Hereford-based retailer Henryka Amber and Silver Jewellery has partnered with Herefordshire Wildlife Trust to raise funds for preserving the county’s landscapes.
As part of the collaboration Henryka has launched an exclusive collection of jewellery inspired by Herefordshire’s wildlife.
Henryka’s owner Anna Emmett comments: “It has been a rewarding experience working together with the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust team and we have learnt more about our beautiful wildlife in Herefordshire than we ever thought we would. To create such unique and colourful pieces that have such meaning has been a real pleasure and we look forward to growing our partnership and building on the collection, raising as many funds as we can.”
The collection has been crafted in Henryka’s signature silver and amber and features flora and fauna motifs particularly special to the county.
A percentage of sales from each piece sold in the range will be donated to Herefordshire Wildlife Trust’s conservation work which is carried out on their reserves and landscapes across the county.
All orders made through the HW Trust website will automatically generate 30% commission from Henryka which will go direct to the charity. Henryka will also donate £1 per piece sold from all sales made of this collection from Henryka’s Hereford store and online site.
The Wildlife Trust’s Development director, John Clark, says: “It’s very exciting to be doing something a little bit different and working with such a popular local designer. It’s hugely generous of Henryka to support Herefordshire Wildlife Trust with this collection and I’m sure the beautiful pieces in this new collection will appeal to both wildlife and jewellery lovers.”