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Discover Mallard Jewellers, where every pre-owned gold pendant tells a story of timeless elegance and sophistication. Our collection shows the diverse range of styles that have decorated people's necks for many generations. Each item reflects the unique look of its time. From the Art Deco glamour of the 1920s to the sleek minimalism of the 1990s, our curated selection spans decades of design evolution.

As enthusiasts of fine jewellery, we take pride in constantly refreshing our second-hand collection with new arrivals, ensuring that there's always something fresh and captivating to discover. Whether you're drawn to the intricate filigree of a Victorian locket or the bold lines of a mid-century modern pendant, our ever-expanding inventory promises an exhilarating treasure hunt for aficionados of all tastes.

If a particular piece stands out to you, we urge you to act swiftly and claim it as your own before it captures the attention of another discerning collector does. With each passing day, our collection evolves, and opportunities come and go. Purchase yours now!

Gold Pendants – Why Should You Choose Second Hand?

When opting for a new jewellery purchase, one is often confined to the confines of contemporary trends. Yet, the allure of second-hand pieces lies in the boundless freedom they offer, inviting you to embark on a journey through the annals of time, exploring a kaleidoscope of styles spanning various epochs.

Within our treasure trove of pre-owned jewellery, you'll find yourself immersed in a world of endless possibilities. Delve into the opulent opulence of the Victorian era, where intricate filigree and lustrous gemstones reign supreme, or bask in the geometric elegance of Art Deco designs, evoking the glamour of the Roaring Twenties.

Perhaps you're drawn to the sleek lines and futuristic flair of mid-century modernism, or the whimsical motifs and vibrant colours of the swinging sixties. From the bohemian chic of the seventies to the bold statements of the eighties, our collection encapsulates the essence of each era, offering a veritable feast for the senses.

But our offerings extend far beyond these examples, encompassing an eclectic array of styles and influences from around the globe. Whether your tastes lean towards the classical elegance of ancient civilizations or the avant-garde creations of contemporary artisans, our second-hand jewellery collection promises a thrilling exploration of the past, present, and future of adornment. So step into our world and let your imagination roam free as you discover the endless possibilities that await you.

  • Edwardian Style
  • Jewellery in this style focuses on motifs such as bows, ribbons, and sporting events. Edwardian pieces are also light and delicate, and often showcase diamonds; however they do also on occasion use precious stones such as emeralds, rubies, and sapphires.
  • The Art Deco Era
  • Rising in a time when feminism rejected conservative views on femininity, the Art Deco era ignited radical wardrobe change for fashion that blended glamour with luxury. Jewellery in this style has clear influences from art movements such as cubism; however it also has notes of Asian and Middle Eastern architectural influence.
  • The Retro-Modern Design
  • During the Second World War, the realities modern conflict led to a serious, sombre, and austere style of clothing; as such jewellery was designed to offset this. Retro-Modern jewellery is big, filled with colour, and at many times playful in nature. Brooches became very popular, with bows, flowers, and butterflies being especially common among women.
  • Also, another key aspect of retro-modern jewellery is the use of semi-precious stones. During this time, jewellery was designed to be less expensive than older styles. Instead of using expensive gems like diamonds, emeralds, or sapphires, jewellers used cheaper stones like citrine or aquamarine. They put these stones in eye-catching designs with strong shapes and mixed gold colours.
  • Modern Jewellery
  • Starting in the mid ‘60s and continuing well into the ‘80s, the modern period of jewellery used a lot of abstract gold jewellery with organic shapes. Jewellers would ‘borrow’ styles, techniques, and designs from other cultures to add to their own which resulted in a bohemian and multicultural feel to the style.
  • As the years progressed modern jewellery would reflect cultural changes in society too. In the ‘80s more and more women were entering the workplace and fashion items such as shoulder pads became popular, ‘less is more’ was dropped and set aside for an era of ‘more is more’ with large necklaces, large earrings, and who can forget, the power suit.
  • Has A Piece Caught Your Eye? Would You Like More Information?

    Should you have any queries or require further assistance, our dedicated team is here to help. Feel free to get in touch by calling 01268 534 343, and one of our knowledgeable associates will be delighted to provide you with the information you seek.

    If you prefer a more personal touch, you're welcome to visit us in person at your nearest Mallard Jewellers branch. To find the location, address, and opening hours of our stores, simply click the 'Our Stores' link conveniently located at the top of this page. Whether you're seeking expert advice on selecting the perfect piece of jewellery or simply wish to browse our exquisite collections in person, we look forward to welcoming you with warmth and hospitality at Mallard Jewellers.