Bouton reveals Royal British Legion poppy brooch

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Brand will donate £25 from sale of each 2013 design to charity.

Silver jewellery brand Bouton has unveiled a limited edition poppy brooch, created to raise money for the Royal British Legion (RBL).

The design was revealed at the recent Jewellery Show London and is made from sterling silver, set with clear crystals and an equivalent 1ct red stone.

The Bouton brand was founded by Adrian Buckley of Buckley Jewellery which has created special edition poppy brooches since 2010. Buckley himself has been a long-time supporter of the RBL and his charitable poppies have raised more than £2.5m to date.

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Buckley’s 2012 poppy brooch was worn the Duchess of Cambridge and sold out within weeks, with many retailers selling out before the start of November.

Bouton is set to donate £25 from the sale of each of its 2013 poppy brooches to the RBL. Each brooch will have an RRP of £99 and will be available in retail stores from September through to November 2013. Retailers wishing to place orders should contact Buckley or Bouton directly.

The Bouton jewellery brand launched in 2013 offering a range of the sterling silver jewellery using the highest quality simulated crystals in natural gem colours, which are hand-set using the brand’s own micro pave technique.
 

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