Links of London Competition


After the success of last year’s blog competitions, we are launching our first one for 2014! We are pleased to offer one very lucky jewellery lover the chance to WIN* the Night Time Garden Cuff  worth £350 (pictured below) from Links of London’s newly launched ‘Night Time Garden’ collection.

Links of London’s ‘Night Time Garden’ collection reflects the movement of flowers from day to night, and they have created a range of everyday essentials and statement pieces to be worn from dusk to dawn.

Night Time Garden Cuff

 Links of London was founded in 1990 after a local restaurant owner commissioned a pair of sterling silver fish cufflinks. Most famously known for their trademark charm bracelets, Links of London offer an eclectic mix of men’s and women’s jewellery in sterling silver and 18 carat gold.

Entering could not be easier, just complete the following two steps on either Twitter or Facebook:


1. Follow @jewellerylondon and @links_of_london on Twitter

2. Simply Tweet: 'Just entered the #IJL2014 #competition to #win a piece of @links_of_london #jewellery @jewellerylondon’



1. Like the International Jewellery London and Links of London Facebook pages

2. Simply go to our Facebook fan page and share the competition post and tag International Jewellery London in your post

Double your chances of winning and do both!

*The competition ends at 5pm on Friday 21st March 2014, a winner will be chosen at random. Terms and conditions apply.

Links will be exhibiting at IJL 2014 on stand E50. For your chance to see them at the show, fill out this quick form and we’ll notify you when pre-registration is open. By pre-registering you will save the £25 fee on the door and receive a copy of our show preview ‘The Essential Guide’ enabling you to plan your visit.

Keep an eye out for our next Links of London Twitter and Instagram competition, due to be released later in the year.

Author Jewellery Show - International Jewellery London

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