The Versatility of blenheim

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With the most recent inclusion of our Blenheim Collection this week in Horse & Hound's Jewellery to Lust Over feature, Sylvia tells us why she feels the charm of the new Blenheim Collection is captivating both customer and the media...

 "This collection was inspired by a fabulous loose ring snaffle I had in the tack room. I loved the way it felt, and although primarily functional, it had amazing curving lines that were smooth and moved beautifully , it was so tactile.

From this, I designed, then crafted this Collection consisting of eight pieces of silver equestrian jewellery pieces which complement each other and people just adore them so much as they're so versatile.

 At its core, the luxuriously weighty Blenheim Neck Chain is a beautiful piece which will happily stand alone all by itself. I spent a lot of time getting the curves on the mouthpiece just right and engraving, what's become our signature leather strap detailing on each link and matching bespoke catch.

 Worn at its full 36 inches with either our luscious cutured Pearl Bauble or the fabulous Blenheim Tassel it's a real eye catcher. Both of these also look amazing clipped onto your favourite handbag.

 

It's long enough to double up around your neck or wrap luxuriously around your wrist for a fabulous multistrand bracelet with or without the tassel!

The Blenheim Brooch too looks stunning pinned to your favourite tweed jacket, but also works well as a stock pin."

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"I have the Blenheim necklace with the tassel and can honestly say that I wear at least one piece nearly every day. The neckpiece is really long so makes a brilliant multistrand bracelet when wrapped around the wrist. The tassel can be clipped onto anything, so makes regular appearance on my handbag. If I'm out to impress then the chain and tassel get worn together and are truly stunning. The jewellery is beautiful quality and amazingly versatile. I can't be more pleased with them"    

Caroline Constable, Owner/editor Style Reins

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