REVIEW: PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance Charm
“She was chaos and beauty intertwined. A tornado of roses from divine.”
Add some wow factor to your design with this intriguing and multidimensional PANDORA Rose charm.
I have always admired the various PANDORA Intertwining Radiance charms and thought they were pretty, but when I saw the PANDORA Rose version I found it irresistible! The PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance (781968PCZ) charm was one of many new PANDORA Rose charms from the Autumn 2017 Collection. The charming pink cubic zirconia stone with the delicate PANDORA Rose is a winning combination that is sure to make an impression!
The detail on the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance charm is really charming, with little strands creating a lacy network. Each PANDORA Rose thread is covered with tiny droplets, adding an interesting texture that twinkles in the light.
Beneath the entwined Rose mesh, the facets of the baby pink cubic zirconia, sparkle and shine entrancingly. Due to the slight space between the layers, it almost seems as if the stone is floating, suspended inside the Rose enclosure.
As with the new PANDORA Rose Pink Shimmer Murano, the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance charm has a smooth core. This makes it quicker to slip onto your bracelet design and is ideal for the new Smooth PANDORA Rose Bracelet. The normal ‘PANDORA’ hallmark is engraved on one side of the charm along with the PANDORA Rose hallmark, ‘B1 ALE R’.
The other side of the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance charm is left plain. Overall I really adore the mixture of pink with PANDORA Rose. It is incredibly feminine yet subdued and elegant.
In my first design, the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance charm sits beautifully next to the PANDORA Rose Pink Shimmer Murano (781650) on the new Smooth PANDORA Rose Bracelet (580728). The Pink Petite Facet (791499pcz) charms, contribute to the glimmering brilliance of the styling. As you may notice in the photographs, the pink cubic zirconia stone inside the Intertwining Radiance is a slightly different hue of pink and appears to be a little warmer but they compliment each other excellently.
I used the PANDORA Rose Heart Clasp Bracelet (580719) to compose a fuller arrangement with PANDORA Rose charms alternating between floral enamels and glittery silver charms. The flush of the Pink Intertwining Radiance charm looks lovely with the Pink Glitter Murano (791670).
The new PANDORA Open Bangle (596477) provides a fun basis for a metal clash of Rose and silver! The Open Bangle is so quick and simple to use and PANDORA Rose charms give it an autumn vibe. This bracelet style has a graceful, girly appeal that I think I will enjoy wearing a lot!
With it’s spectacular form, the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwining Radiance charm looks splendid as a feature bead. The copper tones from the Rose Golden Glitter Ball (796327en145) and Shimmering Stripe Murano (796248) subtly morph this styling from rosy pink to more of a salmon, coral colour.
The PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwined Radiance charm lives up to it’s name, as light streams through the cubic zirconia stone. This bracelet is just radiating warmth and the PANDORA Rose charms look fantastic blended along with silver and glass. I’m especially fond of pairing the Fascinating Blush Pink Crystals (791729nbp) with PANDORA Rose as they have a similar tone.
My verdict on the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwined Radiance charm? It's woven it's way to my heart!
Do you have the PANDORA Rose Pink Intertwined Radiance or any of the other Intertwined Radiance charms? What do you think of the PANDORA Rose version? Let us know in the comments below.