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The new heritage 1930s inspired jewellery collection from CRED Jewellery

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1930s inspired Penelope Collection

It seems I’m having a bit of a 1920s and 1930s inspired day on the blog today, following on from this morning’s glamorous wedding cake I get to introduce you to the stunning new collection from CRED Jewellery.  The Penelope Collection from designer Annabel Panes was inspired by the cocktail drinking ladies of the 1920s and ’30s, in particular her own grandmother.

1930s inspired fair trade engagement ring

This fabulous 13-piece collection includes engagement rings, necklaces and earrings, all created from Fairtrade and Fairmined certified gold and each item set with ethically sourced gems.  I particularly love the deep and rich colours of the gems used, especially the Amethyst.

Niki from CRED Jewellery told me “Annabel has taken the elegance and glamour of the 1930’s and applied a modern twist.  The deep blues and reds of the precious stones are placed in delicate white gold settings that maximize their splendour and reflect the romantic elegance of the time.”

CRED Jewellery amethyst engagement ring

With art deco details and 1920s styles popular at the moment ahead of the release of Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby, this new collection embodies this chic and glamorous time.  The collection is even named after Annabel’s granny Penelope, who was a lady “who had a great eye for beauty and saw jewellery as the basis on which to create an outfit.”

CRED Jewellery ethical vintage inspired engagement ring

If you aren’t lucky enough to have been handed down a family heirloom but still want that heritage style when it comes to your engagement ring, then take a look at the full Penelope Collection and send the link to your hubby-to-be!

To find your nearest stockist visit www.credjewellery.com or for more details contact Niki Clarke at niki@credjewellery.com or 0203 176 7835.

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