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Argent Online Easter Egg Hunt Competition

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The Easter bunny has been causing havoc at Argent and has hidden three piles of easter eggs within our NEW website www.argentlondon.com/

Please help us find them for a chance to win a beautiful Enamel Egg Pendant pictured below!

With each pile of Easter Eggs there is a special Easter code name. When you have all THREE special Easter code names, email them to us at info@argentlondon.com with COMPETITION as the subject, for a chance to win a beautiful enamel egg pendant!

Happy Hunting!!

The closing date is midnight Monday 25th April 2011. A winner will be selected at random from the correct entries. The judges decision is final.

Like Peas in a Pod

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Many of our favourite pieces are inspired by the beauty of nature around us.Our peapod collection epitomises this, with luscious freshwater pearls set in glistening silver or gold. We have expanded this collection and now have earrings and an array of pendants. Featured in The Daily Mail Weekend Magazine “Wish List”, they described them as: If you’re after a quirkily charming accessory, this gold-plated Peapod necklace fits the bill A true work of art, these are an absolute must-have-right-now this Spring!




Sixth Generation Website Launch

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We are delighted to announce the launch of sixth generation website today! Gail Goodrich, managing director and head of design, said: “At Argent we believe in a programme of constant marketing communications channel advancement as well as product development. In the current climate it is vital to work even harder to achieve the sales results we want.” The new website is fresher and more contemporary, with more emphasis on sharper photography and more information about products to make online shopping as easy and informative as possible.It has already had a great reaction and we hope everyone will enjoy browsing through our collections!

Pop Up News

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Yesterday, the Argent of London “pop-up shop” appeared in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire at a sale to raise money for Help for Heroes.Many of our products were reduced to crazily low prices in an effort to raise as much as possible.The sun was shining and everyone was out hunting for bargains as well as doing some scarily early Christmas shopping! Leather bracelets seemed to be the favourite item as well as anything colourful to brighten up an outfit.We will next be popping up at Loseley Park, Guildford to raise money for Action Medical Research May Fair, please come along and see us there!