LONDON January 2021: Robinson Pelham is introducing a bright new collection to its repertoire of bold, colourful and spirited fine jewellery: Arcadia Beads.
Arcadia is a world where anything is possible. The origin of its name is associated with harmony in nature, peace and simplicity.
The debut collection, created by the Robinson Pelham team during lockdown, uses handmade Murano glass beads which have been created exclusively for the jeweller. The collection features colourful necklaces and bracelets which offer an additional styling option for wearing the jeweller’s iconic EarWish collection.
The rainbow coloured beads and hinged links allow the necklace to be worn with any pendant or charm and bring a sense of order to a previous #neckmess.
Sourced from Italian Murano glass rods, the beads are individually handmade in the UK – exclusively for the brand – using traditional lampworking methods. The glass used is fully recyclable and the necklace and bracelet’s 9ct yellow gold chains are certified Fairtrade.
The collection has been in development for nearly a year with each coloured bead meticulously created and hand selected by Robinson Pelham.
The collection features a spectrum of 12 rainbow colours and a second collection featuring 12 pastel colours is set to follow in spring.
The Arcadia necklaces are sold as a complete bundle, including three yellow goldhinged links. This enables the wearer to hang their EarWishes or thread their own pendants onto the gold chain to wear alongside the multi-coloured Arcadia beads,creating infinite possibilities. Available in four lengths: 15”, 17”, 20” or 30”, the beads start at £990.00 and increase to £1615.00.
The Arcadia bracelets start of £490.00 with one Arcadia hinged link. EarWishes and pendants are sold separately.
To mark the launch of Arcadia, Robinson Pelham is partnering with charity Beads of Courage UK, an organisation that donates beads to children who are undergoing medical treatment. Support will be in the form of donations and also
physical beads. In production, each bead that does not get used is donated to the charity, helping children commemorate treatment milestones during their hospital journey by awarding them with a special bead for each procedure, test or surgery they experience.
Visit www.robinsonpelham to learn more and the new Arcadia collection can be viewed here: https://www.robinsonpelham.com/jewellery/tag/arcadia/
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