The spring is almost upon us and just in time for the new style season comes an exciting jewellery brand arriving at Shade Station.
Pilgrim jewellery is the latest brand addition to our shelves and a further one that we’re sure is going to be a big hit!
The Pilgrim jewellery brand was founded in Denmark in 1983 by Annemette Markvad and Thomas Adamsen and since then has steadily grown in size and popularity. Today, the jewellery is a big hit among fashionistas and is renowned for its stylish and dynamic themes.
The Pilgrim jewellery collection includes a stunningly eclectic selection of rings, necklaces, bracelets, charms, brooches and earrings for ladies. Catering for many style tastes, the designs include pieces such as striking multi-strand necklaces adorned with beautiful Swarovski charms and silver plated rings featuring intricately detailed and expertly crafted fox head designs. Animal rings are a huge trend right now and so these are definitely hot styles to look out for. Other trend inspired features within the Pilgrim jewellery range include skulls, flowers and leaf designs and the entire collection expertly fuses layering, texture and fine definition.
Not only is Pilgrim jewellery fashion forward and uniquely stylish, but the brand also has strong themes and values. Wildlife and nature are prominent inspirations within the designs and the brand embodies the notion of being outstanding and faithful to what we stand for. The designers aim to create each piece specifically for the individual, which means that although the range is fashionable it is also timeless.
Materials such as enamel, the finest Austrian Swarovski crystal, acrylic stones and freshwater pearls are used in the manufacturing process and every piece of Pilgrim jewellery is handcrafted to perfection.
A piece of Pilgrim jewellery is the perfect way to instantly refresh and update your look, so we’ll let you know as soon as the brand arrives!
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