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British jewellery designer teams up with Take That to create pieces fans will never forget

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British jewellery designer Daniella Draper has been approached by Take That to create official licenced merchandise for the UK boy band.

The British jeweller has been tasked with creating an exclusive jewellery line for the upcoming tour.

Partner and managing director of Daniella Draper, Della Draper, explains: “We were approached by Universal who work with Take That’s merchandise team about collaborating on a jewellery range. They were looking for a suitable company to collaborate with and they came across us. They said they love our jewellery and our style. We came up with some samples and sent them over a small range, which could help celebrate their upcoming tour and album.”

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“Daniella and I are huge fans of Take That and we were very excited when they approached us. I remember them performing at Tollbar School back in the early days, I have been a fan since then.”

The exclusive products include a sterling silver ‘Shine’ bangle, which has launched before Christmas, with new pieces set to be unveiled in the New Year.

The debut bangle features a charm with the word ‘Shine’ hand-engraved on one side, the boyband’s logo on the other.

This piece will only be available for a limited time.

New bangles and necklaces are set to be unveiled next year when the Take That live tour begins.

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