London Jewellery Week

London Jewellery week  is the 6th-12th June 2011 celebrating UK’s biggest and finest talent in the field. Jewellery is an expression of love,  platform of art, and a statement of style.

Every jewellery piece tells a story and london jewellery designers celebrate Fairtrade and Fairmined certified gold in the Uk that allow miners of Gold  to earn a living using safe working practices including the management of toxic chemicals, such as mercury and cyanide, used in the gold recovery process.

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Jewellery  exhibition will be at treasure from Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th June
Opening Times Friday 10th June — 12noon–6pm Saturday 11th June — 10am–6pm Sunday 12th June — 10am–6pm

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Win a half Egg studs from Tink Jewellery by telling us what jewellery mean to you.

Send your answers to ,!/Tinkjewellery . Competition ends on 12th June 2011


3 thoughts on “London Jewellery Week

  1. Gorgeous pair of earrings 🙂
    What Jewellery mean to me:
    Most of my jewellery holds memories as they have been given to me on birthdays/ christmas or bought by meself on holiday so when I wear these pieces it always makes me feel so happy and special. When chosing an item of my jewellery to wear on each way I chose it not only on what I want to wear but also on the memory it has or the person that the item is assosiated with…..this is what makes my jewellery more than just jewellery but a memory and something very personal to me.

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