Links of London’s Valentines range

Links of London take their inspiration from the city in which they are based. Their vivacious designs are inspired by the creative melting pot that exists within London where we dream, play, explore and experiment.

Have you seen Links of London latest Valentines range, WeAreTheCity has put together their top 5 items.

Silk row bracelet - Links of London

Silk 10 Row Bracelet – £95

This elegant bracelet will add sparkle to any outfit. Made of a diamond cut cable chain with a silky smooth texture, crafted from a sparkling sterling silver. This bracelet is made up of 10 different chains together to form this dainty piece and is finished with a lobster clasp.

Effervescence White Mini Pearl Ring

Effervescence White Mini Pearl Ring – £350

Make a statement with this 18ct gold ring, with strands of gold bubbles entwined around a central pearl motif, a timeless classic and it will make an elegant addition to your jewellery box.

effervescence xs bracelet

Effervescence XS Bracelet – £150

Sweetie gets the micro treatment transformed into an adorable miniature version and will add a stream of fabulous style. This beauty will add some sparkle to every one of your looks and bring some classic elegance to your day. You can also personalise this bracelet by adding miniature charms. The perfect gift for a loved one or even yourself!

Effervescence Star Stiletto Earrings

Effervescence Star Stiletto Earrings – Now: £77.00

These stunning earrings are cast from sterling silver in gorgeous star studs and flowing down to stiletto drops of the iconic Effervescence Star design. Suitable for day or evening wear.

Kindred Soul Bi-Metal Mini Pendant

Kindred Soul Bi-Metal Mini Pendant £195.00

With interlocking Sterling Silver and 18 Carat Gold hearts this necklace is an exhibition of everlasting love. With its intricately designed micro motif this necklace can be worn on its own for a simple day time look or layered with neckwear of differing lengths and widths for a dramatic look on a night out.

To view the range and more, visit Links of London here

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