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Jewellery

The lovely shop in Gardner Street, Brighton.
Ok, I have searched the web, but with no luck; I cannot find the name of this shop, so if anyone can help me, please e-mail me and let me know. If not – I’ll be going back sooner or later and I’ll update this bit then.
I wanted to review this shop anyway because I was blown away by how gorgeous the jewellery was, and how well priced it was. I have honestly seen a shop near Portobello Road Market selling near identical stuff for 5 times the price.
There was even a wedding cabinet that didn’t have the price hiked up – which is very unusual for anything related to weddings. So definitely go here for jewellery and hair accessories for your big day.
Most of the necklaces were priced between 10 and 20 pounds, all exquisitely made out of tiny flowers and jewels. The shop was divided with cabinets with each colour inside, so if you’re going in to match jewellery to a particular outfit, you can go directly to the right place in the shop!
And even the centre cabinet had everything half price, so my glittery pink surfboard necklace was just £6!! A fantastic shop – I could’ve spent a fortune in there!

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