Children's jewellery can include a wide range of pieces suitable for kids. This might include charm bracelets, earrings for small ears, watches, and necklaces. We're proud of our collection of entirely kid-safe jewellery here at Camile & Stone and hope that you can find the perfect gift or pieces for your own children or family members.
Kids' jewellery and kids' jewellery sets often have various purposes. They can be kid's bracelets, rings, and watches, as well as educational options, like jewellery, to teach children how to tell time, learn letters, and learn colours. You can also find some really great personalised jewellery options, like charm bracelets and initial necklaces.
Our collection includes both girls' jewellery, boys' jewellery, and toddler jewellery, so you can find safe accessories for your loved ones of any age.
As with the rest of our jewellery and accessory collections, the children's jewellery we have in our range is made from high-quality and long-lasting materials. This means that even when the child has grown out of the style, they can keep the pieces from our shop as a nostalgic keepsake.
So, if it's a wide range of kids' bracelets, earrings, watches, and necklaces you're looking for, then we've got precisely what you need in our online shop. Take a look at the whole collection below now.
Kids' jewellery comes in various kinds, including
- Character-themed jewellery: This might feature a picture of the character in question or be themed around TV shows or films.
- Charm bracelets: These can be really special gifts, particularly for a girl, as you can add meaningful charms throughout their lives.
- Birthstone and star sign jewellery: This could be a nice gift for a daughter or young female relative on their birthday.
- Initial jewellery: This is another excellent gift for a young girl on her birthday.
Friendship bracelets: These often come in two parts and can also be necklaces and other accessories, like keyrings.
Boys usually prefer more classically masculine jewellery, like a watch or a necklace with a dog tag pendant. You could also get accessories, like leather bracelets and wristbands that have a sporty or military theme.
On top of this, young boys might like tech-inspired accessories, like a smartwatch or a fitness tracker. They could also choose novelty pieces, like a bracelet with an emoji or a personalised chain necklace.
Simple metal chains, such as bracelets or necklaces, can also be popular. As can anything with a military edge, like the aforementioned dog tag or camouflage print.
Girls, like women, might have a wide range of preferences when it comes to jewellery choices. These might include:
- Earrings, like studs and small dangles in fun and playful designs
- Charm bracelets that can be personalised
- Necklaces with stars, animals, hearts, or letters
- Birthstone, zodiac, or star sign jewellery
- Anklets made from beads
- Friendship jewellery, like a bracelet set or necklaces which can be shared with a friend or relative
- Mood jewellery that changes colour based on body temperature
- Novelty jewellery that includes symbols like TV and film-inspired characters or Disney themes
Many people choose jewellery as a gift option for their daughter or young relative now, so you might want to know some of the most popular children's jewellery styles. These are as follows.
- Personalised jewellery: This might be a letter or engraved piece, but could also be a name piece, like a necklace.
- Character jewellery: Usually inspired by the most popular TV shows or films. These may just be subtly inspired by the characters or could have icons and other images featured.
Brightly coloured jewellery: This could be beaded pieces, brightly coloured threading, or even gemstones like sapphire and emeralds.
Not all jewellery is safe for toddlers. For instance, we wouldn't suggest giving your diamond jewellery to a toddler to play with. Lots of jewellery has very small parts that toddlers may accidentally choke on. However, there is jewellery that toddlers can wear.
For the most part, this jewellery is specifically made with secure closures and hypoallergenic materials like rubber and silicone that won't harm a toddler's skin. The pieces are also free from choking hazards, like charms, and don't have any sharp edges or points.
If you're buying jewellery for a toddler, you must ensure that it is safe for toddlers and conduct regular inspections to ensure the pieces are still intact and not damaged.
For the most part, infants and toddlers should avoid jewellery unless it is very specifically made for them. For children of preschool age, plastic or large beaded bracelets may be safe choices. You can also find creative and educational pieces, but make sure they are deemed safe for this age first.
For school-age children, like those between 6 and 12 years of age, simple bracelets, stud earrings, and necklaces are usually chosen pieces.
For all children, jewellery should be safe and durable. To ensure that you keep your children out of danger, ensure that the jewellery is age-appropriate and that you carry out inspections to ensure that the jewellery is not damaged or causing harm.
Yes, they do! Just like women's rings, you can find rings in different sizes for young girls, too. To learn your daughter's measurement, you can measure a ring they already own, use a ring sizer, or go and see a jeweller who can measure the size for you.
If you're unsure of your child's ring size, you might also want to choose an adjustable ring. Adjustable rings are common in girls' rings because young children grow quickly. By choosing an adjustable style, the ring can grow with the child, and they can enjoy it for a long while before they grow out of it.
While children might not wear jewellery every day, it can be nice for them to start their own collection that can grow with them. Some key pieces that should be in this collection include the following.
- Simple stud earrings with hypoallergenic materials for kids with pierced ears
- A personalised necklace, like an initial, name, or birthstone
- A charm bracelet that they can add to throughout their lives
- Adjustable rings that can grow with them
- A watch that can help them learn to tell the time
- A friendship set with their best friend
- A jewellery box to store it all in
Often, children will get their first pieces of jewellery on occasions like their birthdays or christenings. This means that for children, jewellery can symbolise a specific time in their lives or a particular celebration.
In addition, relatives might buy jewellery for them that has some meaning. They might get personalised pieces, like fingerprint jewellery or zodiac jewellery, which can be kept by the child throughout their lives.
Lastly, they might also get jewellery passed down to them from older siblings of their parents. This kind of jewellery can have significant meaning for children and can be kept in their collections to pass on to their own children.
Jewellery, except for specific pieces made for young children, is often not suitable for children under 5. This is because jewellery is made up of long chains and small pieces, which both constitute choking hazards. Jewellery is also made of metals, which can cause reactions in some children.
Jewellery also has sharp edges that can cut and harm young children and may become damaged and cause them further harm.
When choosing jewellery for children under 5, it is essential that you choose jewellery specifically designed for kids of this age. Often, it will be made of rubber or special metal that is hypoallergenic and will not harm them.
There are some specific kinds of jewellery made for babies and toddlers. These include:
- Teething necklaces are made from non-toxic materials and can be chewed on by babies who are teething. Children should always be supervised when using teething necklaces.
- Baby bracelets, made from fabric or silicone, which are adjustable and have secure closures to avoid choking hazards.
- Personalised jewellery with specific meaning, like engravings or birthstones.
Any jewellery being put on a baby or toddler must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times to ensure the child is kept safe.