Jacobs Jewellery brooch raises £3k for charity

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Hatton Garden jeweller creates bespoke brooch for Save The Children.

Jacobs Jewellery Design raised £3,000 for Save The Children by creating a bespoke brooch for a fundraising auction.

The Hatton Garden jewellery business was approached by the charity and asked to make a bespoke piece of jewellery to be auctioned off at its The Festival of Trees charity event, which was held at the Natural History Museum.

The piece designed by Jacobs Jewellery Design was an 18ct white gold brooch in the shape of a branch, finished with a frost effect and set with a rose-cut diamond. The piece was designed to reflect Save The Children’s Festival of Trees logo.

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Jacobs Jewellery Design boss Barry Jacobs said: “The whole night was a great success. Along with many celebrities at the event was HRH Princess Anne, who I had the honour of meeting.”

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