Argent of London offers fine, luxury jewellery at affordable prices. Our jewellery is made using precious metals and a wide variety of gemstones and pearls! Our aim is to create irresistible designs that can be bought for today rather than waiting for a special occasion.
We are going mad for competitions this summer and Argent of London has now teamed up with SheerLuxe to offer you the chance to win a stunning Fiesta necklace and the statement making Fiesta amethyst earrings both made with gold vermeil on sterling silver and a selection of exquisite gemstones. To be in with a chance to win this £500 prize, just answer the competition question at the SheerLuxe website.
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Closing date - Tuesday 20th August 2013 at midnight.
Win an iconic Argent gold vermeil Peapod necklace as worn by Pippa Middleton!
"Many of our designs are themed round nature. For a chance to win this beautiful piece we are giving you the opportunity to be part of our design team. As our loyal customers know, many of my ideas come from them! Come to think of it, no one has asked me to design a ladybird!! So, simply tell us what new nature jewellery design you would like us to create that fits into our collection and why. It can be for any type of jewellery; earrings, bangle, bracelet, necklace or pendant and be about a flower, insect, animal or marine life. It is your choice, you have a free hand." Gail Goodrich All you have to do is; Come up with a practical idea/design, it does not need to be a technical drawing, just a brief concept idea or outline in words.Tell us why you think it would suit our collection.Email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org with PEAPOD COMPETITION in the subject line. The deadline for entri…
Argent of London is delighted and proud to be supporting the "Baby Cambridge Fundraiser" and EACH. We will be donating a necklace from our collection to be auctioned to raise funds for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH), a charity that provides exceptional care to children and families with life-threatening conditions, of which the Duchess of Cambridge is Royal Patron. We wish the event great success.