Some of them are old and probably no longer indulge your eye. Others
might have an unpleasant sentimental value. Whatever the reason -
you decided to get rid of them. Luckily they didn't land in a bin,
but made it to a charity shop, where
Jewellery revived them.
Jolita Jewellery designer Algis Abromaitis collaborated with Oxfam
boutique to produce a collection of limited edition pieces.
Donated jewelry was taken apart to design new fabulous creations.
Broken chain cuff links, brooches, odd earrings and damaged
necklaces: all were used to produce novel pieces.
Old unwanted bracelets were revamped to become quirky wrist
adornments. No longer fashionable necklaces had a makeover and
became eye-catching pieces.
First collection flew off the shelves
and another one has been handcrafted for your enjoyment. Visit Oxfam
boutique, on 432 Kings Road, London, SW10 0LJ and choose one of
re-designed jewels. But hurry up, only a limited number of pieces
have been made.
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