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Essex Jewellers Announce Arrival of New Kit Heath Pieces, in Time for Christmas!
EK Jewellers of Hainault Essex announced the expansion of their range in Kit Heath jewellery, just in time for Christmas 2012!
Shapes of Nature
Kit Heath jewellery has always been known to have been inspired by nature, and the new sharp lines of the new collection are no exception. Almost geometric in style, the new pieces still take their lead from shapes occurring in the wild. Take the Fauna necklace and drop earrings set, for example. The pendant has strong, vivid lines but takes its cue from shapes found in the wilderness, making the pieces truly unusual and, therefore, different to pieces found in high street chain jewellers – just ask your local independent jeweller for their advice on inspiring natural pieces within the Kit Heath collection.
Lockets to Fall in Love With
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Reach for the Stars
Star motifs feature heavily within the new Kit Heath ranges. These are great for adding a touch of Christmas sparkle to any outfit for the festive season. If you’re after a more casual look, ask your local independent jeweller about either the Starfish Bead Bracelet, or the Starfish Crystal Ball Bracelet, as these beaded and leather bracelets have more of an every-day feel about them. Alternatively, for a dressier look, check your local jewellery shop for the stunning Kit Heath Starfish cocktail rings – these statement pieces really will add a touch of glamour to any outfit.
If you’re still looking for a Christmas gift for younger family members, ask your local jeweller about Kit Heath’s new range of ‘Culture’ bracelets. Both the Identity and Respect ranges will be perfect for younger wrists; just like traditional friendship bracelets, available in a range of funky colours, but with the twist of being sealed with a sterling silver toggle – certainly something to make them feel more than a little grown up and a top fashionista to boot.
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