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04 October,2017

Go For Gold

Fine jewellery designers Sylvia Kerr Jewellery have introduced an exciting new collection in gold and diamonds.

 

The Burghley Gold Collection takes inspiration from a simple snaffle horse bit and re-works this classic design principle into a beautiful contemporary collection that leads the field in equestrian and country inspired fine jewellery.

 

Elegant interlacing forms envelop Sylvia’s signature leather strap detailing to create a capsule collection of statement pieces presented in a range of carats, golds and set with exquisite white diamonds. 

 

The new collection features a necklace, bracelet, bangle, earrings and brooch/stock pin.

 

Bespoke Service Also Available.

 

Pictured: Burghley Bangle With Diamonds: RRP: £2,256

 

www.sylviakerrjewellery.com


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