SILVER LINCS DESIGNS JEWELLERY

This is going to be a bit of a different post but variety is the spice of life and all that. Today I'm chatting about my auntie's brand Silver Lincs Designs because she makes the most beautiful jewellery and I just wanted to show it off. Every piece is handmade in her Lincolnshire workshop, using 925 sterling silver and an impressive amount of skill. Silver Lincs sells necklaces, bangles, bracelets, and rings that range from smooth and delicate to textured and chunky so there's bound to be something to suit everyone's taste. Plus 10% of Silver Lincs' profits go to the Grantham Foodbank so you can buy yourself a load of new jewellery and not feel guilty about it - it's a win-win.











If you know me, you'll know I wear a whole bunch of silver rings pretty much every day so I was immediately drawn to Silver Lincs' rings. These Double Wrap and Triple Wrap rings are the perfect mix of simple but bold meaning you can wear them alone or stack them up with a load of others until you run out of fingers. 

Coco Chanel famously said to remove one accessory before you leave the house. As you can see from these photos, I like to completely ignore this advice and pile on as much jewellery as I can. Lucky for me, layering necklaces is very trendy right now so I popped the Three Ball Pendant on a longer chain and paired it with this smaller, more simple pendant. 

I'm also a big fan of the Ball Bangle and Hammered Flattened Bangle because, as well as being cute, they're open so you can bend them to fit your wrist perfectly. This is particularly important to me because I have tiny, bony wrists so most bangles are way too big for me which not only looks ridiculous but also means they fly off whenever I move my hands. And that's a bit of a health hazard. 

So, if you fancy supporting a small business, donating some money to charity, and treating yourself to some beautiful handmade jewellery all at the same time, then definitely check out Silver Lincs Designs. 

Thanks for reading, Lucy x

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