I have been a fan Grace & Valour for a while now and have worked with them a lot in the past, showing off their range of stylish covetable jewellery made by designer in chief Rachel, who has 20 years of design experience, and according to the site, is a 'serial collector of jewels, curator of quotes and general lover of quirkiness'. Well who doesn't love a bit of quirkiness I say!
Grace & Valour is named to reflect Rachel’s belief that you need both a spot of bravery and some good grace to overcome life’s trials and tribulations & keep smiling. The site offers best quality jewellery made with great care in the design studio on the family farm in deepest Rutland.
There are some beautiful accessories to complement the jewellery collections, scarves, bags and purses that are luxurious and designed with style in mind.
I follow Grace & Valour over all of my social media accounts and have see this new website being built and grow into the beautiful site it is today. And to celebrate the fact that the site is now live in all its glory, Rachel is letting me give one of her very special pieces away to one of my readers.
The Alphabet Girls is a range of Sterling Silver 16" necklaces with a very pretty and tactile pendant emblazoned with the initial of your choosing on the front. The modern disc design is complemented by the lovely curly font of the initial and the necklaces arrive on a beautiful individually designed backing card.
So, how can you win? You just have to simply enter via the Rafflecopter form below.
Please remember to check our full T&C's here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After any mandatory entries, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do.
And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.
Ends midnight 15th November 2015