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Majestic Moxham...

I first came across Moxham jewellery a couple of years ago on Instagram, and have loved following them ever since. The oversized, clean, bold, statement pieces are absolutely my kind of jewels. I don't think there's ever been one piece of Moxham jewellery I haven't wished to own since discovering them! I love the way they have merged leather and metal hardware together to create stand out wear everyday pieces.

Last September I had the opportunity to go to London and undertake a two week internship with Moxham. It was so exciting to see the stages of how my favourite jewellery is put together and made. I assisted in the making of an order for a well known luxury website, and I also got to attend London Fashion Week (as Moxham were showcasing their SS15 collection) and have a sneak peek inside the hustle and bustle of Somerset House, and look at all of the beautiful designs and creations the exhibitors had on show. 

I now own 3 pieces of Moxham jewellery, (technically 4, as one piece is interchangeable and can be worn as a cuff or necklace) each completely unique to the other... and here they are...

Moxham x Three Floor 'Rhino Cuff'
This was from a collaboration with Three Floor in 2013. A real statement collaboration with a bold edge!  

The 'Otto' cuff.
One of my absolute favourite pieces of jewellery.

The 'Roma' bell necklace.
I own ALOT of statement necklaces, but nothing quite like this one. This is a piece of jewellery I know I'll love forever as its design is so unique and wonderful.

The 'Arrow' necklace becomes the 'Otto' cuff. Nifty eh...?! So I have the option to wear this as a necklace or a bracelet! 

As I mainly wear gold jewellery, I feel this year I would like to save up and expand my Moxham collection, and perhaps invest in some of the silver pieces too... so watch this space...! 

Sophie x

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