Mejuri 14k Yellow Gold Cursive Letter Charm

If you’re a fan of delicate 14k gold jewellery, Mejuri offers the perfect Valentine’s gift idea: A 14k Yellow Gold Cursive Letter Charm with optional adjustable gold chain.

Mejuri charm necklace

They’re a Canadian direct-to-consumer fine jewellery brand that offers an expansive collection for both women and men without the retail markup. Mejuri works directly with manufacturers and pieces are designed and produced in-house; savings are then passed onto the consumer.

From an environmental standpoint, Mejuri works with recycled, certified gold from both scrap and post-consumer sources.

Mejuri 14k Yellow Gold Cursive Letter Charm

The Cursive Letter Charms measure between 7.8 and 10.3 mm with widths from 4.9 mm to 11 mm. They’re also easy to combine onto one chain via the attached loop or to layer with other chains and pendants. 14k gold will neither oxidize nor discolour for years of enjoyment.

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The charm is priced at CAD $128 (with an estimated market value of CAD $320). Pair it with one of Mejuri’s fine gold chains (we received the classic 14k Yellow Gold Baby Box Chain Necklace with an adjustable length of 16 to 18 inches; CAD $250).

Mejuri Initial charm

All Mejuri jewellery comes boxed with a drawstring pouch, jewellery polishing cloth and small black dust-free bag for long-term storage. This necklace is so cute that I doubt it will spend much time in its storage bag though!

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If you’re in Vancouver, visit Mejuri’s boutique at 2166 West 4th Avenue, where you can try on and layer their entire collection (employees clean each piece after it’s been tried on). New collections are launched regularly.

Mejuri store Vancouver

Other Canadian locations include Toronto (Dundas West, Yorkdale), Montreal, Calgary, and several stores across the US. Visit Mejuri online to view the entire collection, store locations and to place an order. Shipping is free with orders above CAD $75 too.

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