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Child gift idea

Child gift idea


Tree of Life medal in yellow gold

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Médailles de baptême - Arthus Bertrand
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Gold 750 th
Child gift idea

What to know before giving a jewel to a child

Giving a piece of jewelry as a gift for a child on a special occasion such as a birthday, baptism or communion is a tradition that goes back centuries. Jewelry has always been considered a valuable object that conveys strong emotions. Giving a jewel to a child is an important gesture, full of meaning and symbolism. Offering a piece of jewelry to a child is a decision that must be carefully considered. It is important to take into account the age of the child, his or her personal tastes and also the parents' expectations before choosing a piece of jewelry as a gift. Here are some considerations to take into account before giving a jewel to a child:

The age of the child

The age of the child is an important factor to consider when choosing a piece of jewelry. Younger children are likely to lose or break fragile jewelry easily, so it's best to give them durable jewelry that doesn't pose a safety risk. It is also possible to take into account the fact that in reality the jewel will not necessarily be worn by the child, that it is offered to mark a moment T, but that it will be given to him later, when he will be old enough to wear it safely by becoming fully aware of its value and the symbolism that it contains. For older children, it is possible to choose more delicate jewelry, but it is important to ensure that the child is mature enough to take care of the jewelry. Medals and bracelets are perfect first jewelry, which can be offered on the occasion of a birth or a baptism (religious or secular). To be personalized with the first name, the initial and/or the date of birth, it is a traditional jewel that we like to have on us once we grow up, way to affirm our personality and identity. Generally, an engraved pendant or bracelet is a timeless piece of jewelry that will last a lifetime!

Personal tastes

It is also important to take into account the child's personal taste when choosing a piece of jewelry. Children often have very specific preferences when it comes to jewelry, and it's important to make sure that the jewelry chosen matches their personal tastes. This can be a great way to show the child that you know them and have thought of them in a personal way. If the toddler is too young, then it's important to listen to the parents' opinions and give them a gift they'll love! A pretty pair of earrings, a delicate bracelet on a chain, a gold medal or a pearl jewel: the options are numerous, you will certainly find a creation that will meet your expectations!

Parents' expectations

As mentioned above, it is also important to take into account the parents' expectations when it comes to giving a jewel to a child. Some parents may not be comfortable with the idea of giving a piece of jewelry to their child, while others may have specific preferences for the type of jewelry or material. Therefore, it is important to discuss with the child's parents to ensure that the gift is appropriate, and most importantly, that it will please!

In general, it is best to choose a piece of jewelry that is simple and small for a child. We advise you to avoid jewelry with precious stones or fragile materials that could break easily. If you have any doubts about choosing a piece of jewelry for a child, we are available to answer any questions you may have and to help you in your choice. Do not hesitate to contact us by email, telephone or come and meet us directly in our boutique, where our sales consultants will be delighted to welcome you.