5 December 2012

Balagan Jewellery Range


Balagan is a company who believe 'jewellery is self expression' That's the reason they have so many different ranges is so you can find something to suit your own personality and feelings. Whether you want it to be big and bold or feminine and simplistic, Balagan will have something perfect for you.

Balagan now have a portfolio of 10 collections, they are:

  • Studio
  • Blowing in the Wind
  • Kaolin
  • Rocks
  • Vintage
  • Sukie Lau
  • Early Bird
  • One Wish
  • 365 Wrap
  • Any Which Way


Each piece comes in a lovely coordinating box displaying the style name on it as you can see in the picture. I first of all chose the blue flower earrings. These are made form sterling silver and resin and are priced at £9. I chose these as I love flowers and the colour blue is always great for bringing out the blue in my eyes.

The triple heart necklace was an easy choice to make. For a while now I have been wanting a piece of jewellery to symbolise my family, my husband and two boys, so seeing this with the three hearts is perfect for this. A heart each, just to show my loves for my boys, my family, my life.

The three hearts necklace being a mixture of filigree and lattice work silver and come on a silver snake chain retails at £54. Not a bad price at all when you think about all the work that has gone into making it with all it's detail.


I am so in love with this necklace, it is stunning, delicate and very feminine and I feel so proud to show off such a remarkable piece of jewellery. 


You can purchase Balagan jewellery from their sister site Reba Boutique.

Balagan are also on Facebook and Twitter. You can also follow Reba Boutique on Twitter who hold weekly giveaways too.

3 comments:

  1. you chose some lovely bits :)
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  2. lovely review the jewellery sounds and looks so nice deffo going to take a look :) x

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  3. I love those earrings as they suit your blue eyes! Lovely review - will have to check out Balagan!

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