Pandora Sterling Silver Charm £11.99 @ Amazon
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Pandora Sterling Silver Charm £11.99 @ Amazon

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Thank you Andy I will have a read:)

Is there any way of showing this is genuine

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ledaz

Is there any way of showing this is genuine



Reading the reviews would help they all seem very happy

I am pretty postive these are not "real Pandora". I have many and all mine are stamped 925 ALE, these are just stamped 925


Jewellery Information
Brand Name Pandora
Metal Stamp 925 Sterling Silver
Metal Sterling Silver
Model Year 2012

forgive me if i am wrong, i haven't voted either way

It is genuine but it's a spacer not a charm ! It's sold by amazon .
Edited by: "golfer18" 5th Dec 2013

Thanks for clearing that up. I bought my friend a fake bead, she's never worn it!

I have a pandora bracelet and I was told by pandora shop assistant pandora do not sell on amazon??

I have just been on there website and amazon is not on there list as a genuine franchise to sell pandora

stick it through flubit and see what they offer thank you HOT for me shame about the box

The newer charms are stamped S925 ale. I recently took my ring into a Pandora shop to check its authenticity, as I didn't think the markings looked right. My partner bought it for me from an eBay shop, so I wasn't sure about it from the word go. The jeweller said the newer ones have the S.

not all of pandora charms are stamped with 925 ALE all the time

ledaz

Is there any way of showing this is genuine



I once did a poo in the toilet, I showed it to my friend, he reckoned it was genuine, you could try that advice with this item.

Cold for me, it's a spacer and not real.

mumtozm

The newer charms are stamped S925 ale. I recently took my ring into a … The newer charms are stamped S925 ale. I recently took my ring into a Pandora shop to check its authenticity, as I didn't think the markings looked right. My partner bought it for me from an eBay shop, so I wasn't sure about it from the word go. The jeweller said the newer ones have the S.



but they ALL are stamped with ALE. This one isnt

GemandJake

but they ALL are stamped with ALE. This one isnt

yes, but they are not all stamped with an S! They are also not ALL stamped with ALE...
Edited by: "mumtozm" 6th Dec 2013

Yes i know that, im arguing the fact that this isnt a real Pandora

I reckon if I was to theoretically start making fake pandora stuff, i'd take the time to make sure I stamped the right letters on it, whether it be 925 ALE, S925 or whatever else. Such a stamp does not mean it is authentic.

kinobestew123

I reckon if I was to theoretically start making fake pandora stuff, i'd … I reckon if I was to theoretically start making fake pandora stuff, i'd take the time to make sure I stamped the right letters on it, whether it be 925 ALE, S925 or whatever else. Such a stamp does not mean it is authentic.



Maybe the stamp should say £9.25 SALE?

Thus making this deal cold....

Urrgh it stinks!

biff654

I have a pandora bracelet and I was told by pandora shop assistant … I have a pandora bracelet and I was told by pandora shop assistant pandora do not sell on amazon??

Whilst I do not know if this is the real deal or not, I DO know, Amazon source things globally, so whilst Pandora might only sell directly in the UK, it doesn't mean Amazon haven`t bought them in the US (or elsewhere) and shipped them to the UK. I`m sure that amazon would not knowingly sell fakes.

Some of the other selection beads look the real deal because my missus has them and they look identical. I'd be more worried about authenticity if these were coming from an affiliated seller rather than Amazon themselves. Pandora is overpriced in the UK anyway - check out the Pandora shop in Amsterdam (as we did a few weeks ago) and you'll pay about 30% less than UK prices.

Arent these only £15 new anyway ??

Pretty sure regardless of where they make them they all have the ALE stamp

icklepickle

Arent these only £15 new anyway ??Pretty sure regardless of where they … Arent these only £15 new anyway ??Pretty sure regardless of where they make them they all have the ALE stamp



If they are the real deal (which I believe they are), they retail between £30 and £45 for most of the charms, and £20 to £25 for the spacers. If you buy multiple charms in a proper Pandora shop, you don't get a box per charm unless you specifically ask for them.

monkeyhanger75

If they are the real deal (which I believe they are), they retail between … If they are the real deal (which I believe they are), they retail between £30 and £45 for most of the charms, and £20 to £25 for the spacers. If you buy multiple charms in a proper Pandora shop, you don't get a box per charm unless you specifically ask for them.



This particular spacer is £15.

Not enough of a saving to risk it imho

From the Pandora site in "Identifying authentic Pandora Products"

... While the presence of these key markings does not guarantee authenticity, looking for these key markings is one of the first steps you can take to ensure that the products you purchase are in fact authentic PANDORA products.

Check the maker's mark to identify the origin of the jewellery
A maker's mark is a US term for a stamp indicating the origin of jewellery.
The standard maker's mark on PANDORA jewellery is "ALE", which stands for Algot Enevoldsen, the father of PANDORA founder, Per Enevoldsen. You will always see "ALE" stamped on our jewellery, except on some of our smallest pieces. The UK equivalent to maker's mark is sponsor's mark, and the Danish equivalent is responsibility mark. ...

All our sterling silver jewellery is stamped with a capital "S" for silver, followed by the purity stated as pure silver parts per thousand: S925 (92.5% pure silver).
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