With Valentine’s Day just around the corner l have been given this beautiful shell pearl necklace from Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery, who are the UK’s leading bespoke jewellery design company, to give away to one of my readers.

The winner is Daniela Pedras. Congratulations.

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery has two award-winning bespoke design studios in Cambridge and Hertfordshire and creates unique commissions with customers from all over the world.

They specialise in engagement rings and wedding rings, so Valentine’s Day marks a very busy time in their calendar but they also design a large number of eternity rings.

Harriet Kelsall, who still runs her eponymous jewellery company, says that lots of her customers choose eternity rings to mark the birth of a new baby. I love this idea as you can use birthstones to commemorate your new baby or all the children in your family, and many of the commissions at Harriet Kelsall feature birthstones and engravings.

Here are a few examples of recent eternity rings  designed by Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery.

If you’re looking for a special gift for Valentine’s Day this year, why not think about commissioning a bespoke eternity ring?

Harriet Kelsall Bespoke Jewellery also offers a fantastic idea aimed at those who don’t want to risk designing a ring for their other half – their Commission in a Box.

The jewellery box, finished with a ribbon, can include some sketches or a sparkly stone with which to present to your special someone. The box also includes an appointment card, information about the designer you would be working with and the makers who would be making the ring by hand. The perfect way to surprise your Valentine with a bespoke commission without running the risk of getting it wrong!

To be in with a chance of winning this stunning pendant, simply answer the following 3 questions in 1 comment below:

  1. Who this necklace will be for? (Yourself, a family member or you are going to keep it for a rainy day)
  2. What your plans are for Valentines Day?
  3. What is your favourite item of Jewellery from Harriet Kelsall?

Thank you for entering this competition, it closes Valentines Day (Friday 14th November 2014) at 23:59.

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Last Update: Monday, 10th February 2014