Get the Look: Raw Crystal Jewellery (The Best On The Net)


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Hello and welcome to today’s post! As promised on Wednesday in my crystal jewellery moodboard, today I’m bringing you a guide to some of my favourite online retailers for crystal shopping. I love the raw crystal trend, it has had a huge resurgence in the last few months and my Pinterest feed is inundated with gorgeous druzy and crystal jewellery at the moment. Obviously if you have access to a great crystal or jewellery shop that stocks these kind of things, you’re on to a winner. There are some awesome crystal stalls in The Stables in Camden and in and around the market, and some rural, coastal towns have gorgeous stores too, I picked up a crystal necklace from a tiny shop out in the Scilly Isles and came across an amazing street seller on the beach at St. Ives too!

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Etsy

Etsy is reknowned for being a great place to pick up one-off, hand-crafted pieces, so that fits perfectly for raw crystal shopping. Of course, with anything hand-made and unique, there is sometimes a marked up price tag, so be wary about prices, shop around, and don’t forget shipping too. My favourite Etsy seller for crystals is Tentative Decisions. My first quartz crystal necklace was from them and I absolutely adore it. You can check them out here.

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Ebay

Ebay is one of my favourite places in the world to shop, and just lately I’ve been trawling for more gorgeous crystals from all over the world. You can find all kinds of amazing crystals on there for a really great price, and while the cuts of the crystals etc. may not be as unique as Etsy, you can pick up a super cute crystal necklace from there, with the chain, for between £5 and £7 and of course, the range is unbelievable so you can be as specific about what you want, as you want. I particularly love this seller here, over in Australia, and bought this opalite necklace (pictured) from them recently and was extremely impressed, shipping included, this came to just over £7. You can visit the seller here.

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Delilah Dust

Finding a great online store that you trust and that comes blogger recommended isn’t always easy, but I’ve recently discovered and fallen in love with Delilah Dust and their range of amazing crystals. I’ve heard so many bloggers raving about this site lately, and seen them wearing the actual pieces, so you know they look like they do in the photos! On Delilah Dust they have so many varieties of crystal in different colours and then different cuts and so you can find something very specific to your taste and preferred colour palette. I’m definitely doing a big order on this site very soon! Visit the store here.

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Pinterest

To find unique sellers or online stores you never would have known about before, look to Pinterest. So many of the people I’m following post up photos of amazing crystals they’ve seen online, that link back to the seller. Some are from Etsy, some are from Ebay, but a lot of them are from quirky, online stores that I’d never heard of before, and might lead you to even more discoveries. You can follow my Pinterest via the link in the sidebar as I’m always posting crystals I find and repinning crystal photos from the many people I’m following on there.

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That’s it for today’s post, be sure to let me know if you’re a crystal jewellery lover too and if you know of any great sellers I’ve missed out. Leave me a comment below and/or tweet me @MillieDelacoe. Until next time…

Millie x

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