Junk Jewels…

10 Feb

This gorgeous little company was created by a young woman called Zoe Jones, an independent London based jewelery designer. Her and her team have been creating beautiful vintage jewelery since 2007 and it has now grown so big it appears in fashion magazines.

Not only is it unique, but it’s affordable and fashionable too.

Visit them at Portobello Market or Notting Hill if you pop down to London…if not you can have a look and buy on-line for just £1 postage and packaging. You can also choose whether you want a long or short chain.

Click here to take you to the website.

Here’s a few of my favourite pieces …

This cute ‘I love you’ letter/envelope necklace is on a long gold chain for £12. You can also buy it for £10 on a short chain.

 

This gold fan and peach rose necklace on a gold chain is £8 n a short chain and £10 on a long chain.

I really love this necklace. It’s a little bottle with a cork lid with a red rose inside. You can buy it on a short silver chain for £10 or a long one for £12. Bargain!

This gold swallow bracelet is just £6 and you can buy it for a smaller or wider wrist. You can also buy a necklace to match.

This pink enamel heart bracelet is also £6 and available in blue and red too, with necklaces to match.

 

Maybe the £1 delivery charge is a bad thing as I just want to order all of these right now but sadly I just can’t afford it.

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