Jewelry always makes for a great gift! It’s high-quality, beautiful, and stands the test of time. If you’re considering jewelry as a gift but want to add a personal twist, there are plenty of ways to customize your selection from Shane Co. Whether you want to engrave it, create a unique piece, build a charm necklace, or incorporate meaningful gemstones, we have plenty of ways to make sure your gift perfectly fits its recipient.
Get It Engraved
One of our favorite ways to make jewelry feel significant is by adding a custom engraving. Some popular options include adding a date, like the first time you met or your wedding anniversary. You can also engrave a special message, whether it’s a sweet “I love you” or an inside saying between the two of you. Maybe you’re giving a gift to a friend and want to personalize it with their name or initials. There are so many ways that an engraving adds a beautiful touch they will cherish for years to come.
Many of our styles are engravable. We have a specially curated selection of customizable jewelry including engravable necklaces, engravable rings, engravable bracelets, and engravable men’s jewelry. Choose the jewelry you know they’ll love, then add your custom engraving and choose a font style. Our experts will get to work carefully inscribing your message.
Make It Unique
You know their style like no one else, so why not pick something perfectly tailored to them? There are ways to add a bit of personality to different pieces, whether that’s by picking the gemstone you know they love, creating a ring stack, or mixing and matching stud earrings.
A customized pendant necklace is the perfect choice for anyone in the family, with hand-picked stones that are backed by our comprehensive Free Lifetime Warranty. Our selection of design-your-own rings will also feature the center stone of your choice, with styles in 14k yellow gold, 14k white gold, and 14k rose gold.
Build a Charm Necklace
Charms are a great way to incorporate meaning into a gift that doubles as a fashion statement. Charms are often seen on bracelets, but at Shane Co., we love them on a necklace! This is a unique way to keep special symbols close to your heart. If you go with a charm necklace as a gift, they can always add charms in the future. or swap out their favorites depending on the day.
Our selection of customizable petite gemstone jewelry features pendants, rings, and bracelets that are specially designed so you can choose your own gemstone. Choose from their favorite color, birthstone, or other meaningful gemstone. Looking to customize with more than just one stone? We offer the unique opportunity to personalize your piece with up to seven meaningful options!
Choose a color to represent each member of their family, their favorite sports team, their alma mater, their birthstone and more. This makes for a sweet gift, whether it’s for your mom, sister, or daughter. Add in the birthstones of their children, or of your family to give them a gift that represents the people they love most.
Shop Their Birthstone
We also have a wide variety of gemstone jewelry. Shop this selection of colorful gems and pick a pretty piece that features their birthstone. Gifting your loved one a present of birthstone jewelry is a fun way to celebrate their individuality.
Shane Co. has a wide selection of birthstone necklaces, rings, bracelets, and earrings for every month, making it easy to customize their gift. They’ll love wearing something unique to them, plus they’ll appreciate that you thought of their birthday! Not sure what their birthstone is? Learn the birthstone for each month and explore birthstone jewelry here.
Gifts at Shane Co.
We make gift shopping easy, with our gift finder quiz, holiday gift guide, and a range of options no matter your style or budget. With the highest quality standards and directly sourced stones, we’re able to eliminate the middlemen without compromising the integrity of our products. Along with our Free Lifetime Warranty (that even includes your center stone), shopping for the perfect gift will be a breeze.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published November 4, 2019 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.