Men's Jewellery: The Ultimate Father's Day Gift Guide
Father’s Day is just around the corner, which means there’s no better time than now to start planning how you’re going to say thanks for everything that your dad has done over the years.
Let’s be honest, by now he’s probably tired of receiving the same old generic gift of socks, deodorant or a coffee mug for Father’s Day. We know that dads are notoriously difficult to buy presents for, but all it takes is a little creativity.
Whilst some of the most popular gifts include sports game tickets, experience days or weekend breaks, another highly-popular Father’s Day present is jewellery. Many people have avoided buying jewellery for Father’s Day in the past due to the belief that anything worth buying will be out of their budget. But following the rise of second-hand jewellery in recent years, this simply isn’t true!
In this blog, we take a look at some of the most popular jewellery gifts for Father’s Day.
Gold chains are one of the most popular types of jewellery here at Hatton Jewellers, and for a good reason! With such an incredible variety of styles to choose from, we speak to people from all walks of life that are considering buying their next gold chain. Whether your dad is into belcher chains, curb chains, rope chains or one of the many other styles on the market, we’re sure that you’ll be able to find something to suit his taste.
Another great thing about gold chains is the amount of customisation available. With so many different lengths and widths to choose from, there really is something for every budget. If you don’t have much to spend then a 20-inch, 2.5mm-wide franco chain would be a great gift. However, if money isn’t a problem, a more suitable option could be a 30-inch, 11mm-wide cuban link curb chain.
As one of the most sought-after luxury items, it’s fair to say that almost all men have dreamt of owning a Rolex at some point in their life. Of course, not everyone can afford to buy their dad a Rolex for Father’s Day, but shopping second hand can help whatever budget you may have stretch that little bit further. And even if you can’t afford a pre-owned Rolex, there are tons of other options to choose from.
One of the main reasons that watches are so popular as Father’s Day gifts is due to the abundance of styles and designs available. From large solid gold faces with quartz battery movement to small steel cases with leather straps, there’s no doubt that you’ll be able to find something to suit your dad’s taste. If you’re looking for something more unique, you could even treat him to an antique pocket watch.
Signet rings have been one of the most fashionable styles of men’s rings for thousands of years, and they’re still just as popular today. Traditionally, these rings would feature an engraving that would be used to sign and seal important documents. It’s still popular to get signet rings engraved today, however a more appropriate engraving for Father’s Day could be the name of a place that’s special to you and your dad, your date of birth, or even simply the word “Dad”. There are also many other styles of gold rings to choose from including diamond rings, keeper rings, buckle rings and more.
Bracelets are another one of the most popular types of men’s jewellery at Hatton Jewellers, found in an abundance of styles from belcher bracelets and rope bracelets to curb bracelets and gem-set Miami Cuban bracelets. They’re a great option for any fathers that already have several watches and might be wanting to expand their jewellery collection further. Solid gold bracelets are also one of the best options for people looking to invest in gold as they require a lot less craftsmanship than other types of jewellery such as watches; with this in mind, you’ll be getting a lot more for your money with a gold bracelet.
As you can see, there are plenty of options in terms of suitable jewellery for a Father’s Day gift. From an affordable gold signet ring to a heavy belcher chain, there’s a wide selection of gifts for almost every budget.
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