An afternoon at Buckley Jewellery


Hanging out in your local shopping centre with a reality TV star, trying on beautiful jewellery while munching on some delicious macaroons is not quite the average way you would spend your Saturday afternoon….. but hey this is me your talking about and I never do things in halves. 




Buckley is the UK’s largest costume jewellery manufacturer’s whose brands include costume jewellery brand, Buckley London, elegant sterling silver brand, BOUTON, and vintage inspired heritage brand, Attwood & Sawyer.



The brains behind this gorgeous line of of quality pieces is Adrian Buckley, who created his first collection back in 1989 when Buckley London was first born. 



On Saturday they opened their very first retail shop at Westfield White City with a guest appearance (who you may well heard of) from Made in Chelsea – Fashionista and top fashion blogger, Rosie Fortescue.  Rosie has a keen interest in BOUTON’s fabulous ring collections and I dont blame her, they are just stunning!






The Bouton Poppy brooch which comes in a variety of different designs including the famous union jack, the classic gold and red plus an exclusive silver/diamond number.

Not only is it a great accessory but is also a very special piece of jewellery to wear for Rememberence day.  Adrian’s first poppy designs were launched in 2010 and since then have raised millions for the Royal British Legion. A number of celebrities are also big fans of the brooch which include The Duchess of Cambridge, Fearne Cotton, and Nicole Scherzinger. Adrian is big on giving back to the community and is involved in various charitable work, hence his huge support and giving back 100% of the profits raised. Incredible. 




This dazzling Bouton poppy is made from 925 Sterling Silver has been intricately put together with over 100 flawless clear simulated diamonds and featuring a one carat, ruby red stone, to add the ultimate sparkle. Love love. 







Im massively into glitzy accessories and one can never over do it if its worn the right way. Both Attwood and Bouton are classy and elegant which when you look at it, appears over the top pricey but dont be mistaken as this is not the case at all. So reasonable starting from £35.00. Now that is affordable.






Loving this divine Bouton bracelet which you can have for £495.00 











The chairman, Sir Eric Peacock dropped by to say hello and what a lovely, friendly man I might add.  





If you would like to check out more of their jewellery line, head to their page – or pop your head into their store and say hello to the wonderful staff at Westfield. I can assure you they will be more than accommodating to your needs. 

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