Interesting accessories news coming out of Singapore, where my dear friend Patty received a never-before-seen Pandora stacking jewelry box. This 4-tier large Pandora jewelry box was given out as a complimentary appreciation gift during an exclusive VIP appreciation event, valued at $500SGD (approx. $390USD). This product is very useful with a place for everything from watches, to bracelets, rings, and loose charms. It even features a play-tray-esque layer with slots and rods for arranging beads! The bottom is lined with black leatherette and embossed with PANDORA. Again, big thanks to Patty Wu for supplying these gorgeous photos of her new box.
Not much other information is provided at this time, unfortunately :/. I suspect based on some rumors and speculation I’ve heard in the past months regarding just such an item, that it will be available to purchase rather than as a GWP. I would wholeheartedly welcome this option as long it didn’t actually cost $400(!!) because I don’t think just one would be enough to house my Pandora. Also, not certain is what countries would be getting these and how they will be offering the boxes. My dearest hope is that they will be sold as individual layers too so that customers will be able to customize their stacker based on their own jewelry pieces and be able to add onto them as their collection grows.
This box resembles my current ensemble rather closely; I’ve been using the LC Stackers as my primary base for my bracelets and they have worked great! Comparably, this new Pandora jewelry box is much more functional than the giant Pandora jewelry box that is the only other (and much more rare) option for holding a substantial collection. That one (right inset) has 3 tiers, is quite heavy, and cannot be added to. Aside from the high cost/spend limit to get this promo item, I have eschewed it for my Stackers because it wouldn’t hold much of my jewelry.
It’s about time that Pandora offers a practical solution to storing their products! What do you think of this new item? Would you rather see it as a purchasable item or a GWP? I’m sure the company would appreciate your feedback!