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Rivoli launches new in-house collection inspired by St Helier

Jersey-based independent jewellery retailer Rivoli has launched a new in-house collection for 2017 inspired by the Jersey town of St Helier.

Designed by Deb Macklin, the Centre Ville collection features butterfly, flower and heart motifs on pendants, drop earrings and bangles in sterling silver. All pieces have been given French names to reflect Jersey’s French heritage.

All of the designs in the collection are said to have been influenced by the castings on buildings, lamp posts and street furniture in St Helier, including those on King Street, the Victorian Central Market and Rivoli’s own building at 41/43 King Street.

Lumiere pendant

Lumiere pendant

In-house designer at Rivoli Deb Mackin said: “The architecture in St Helier really is quite stunning. Whether it is an Art Deco building or ornate iron castings, our town centre is a true inspirational treasure trove.”

“I have loved walking around taking photos and designing this collection for Rivoli. We are delighted to be able to offer something so unique to our visiting customers from the UK and Europe.”

The jeweller has said that in the first week since launch, the collection is already proving a success with visitors and locals alike. Retail prices for the collection start from £79.95.

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