Fall in love with Cookson Gold this Valentine’s Day

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Jewellery makers looking to make a personal present for their loved one can get all they need thanks to Cookson Gold’s great range of products this Valentine’s Day. Cookson is also offering a selection of finished jewellery for the special day, including trendy Shamballa bracelets.

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...nothing says “I Love You” like a personal, bespoke gift.

Bouquets of flowers, decadent chocolates and expensive restaurants may be the traditional choice for romance on Valentine’s Day, but nothing says “I Love You” like a personal, bespoke gift.

This Valentine’s Day, jewellery makers wanting to create a lasting, personal token of affection for their loved one can get all the materials they need for special rings, bracelets, necklaces, brooches or earrings from Cookson Gold.

The top online precious metal retailer has hundreds of products in stock encapsulating all the key icons of Valentine’s - including luscious love-hearts, gorgeous gold, stunning silver, captivating crystals and sparkling gemstones.

Jewellery makers can browse a huge selection of silver and gold heart-themed jewellery items, red and pink gift boxes, Swarovski crystal beads and silver art clay on Cookson Gold’s website.

The company also offers handy tools for helping to create the perfect Valentine’s gift, including heart-shaped cutters.

As well as providing a massive choice of items for be-spoke jewellery creations, Cookson Gold also stocks a range of finished jewellery items – including the hottest new trend in jewellery, Shamballa style bracelets.

Shamballa bracelets, inspired by Buddhist beliefs, have adorned celebrity wrists throughout 2011 – with large, glittering gemstones that symbolise spirituality and emotion.

Finished jewellery items available for Valentine’s Day from Cookson Gold include:

  •     Pink Crystal Glitter Ball and Hematite Shamballa-style Bracelet - £13.99. A dazzling bracelet featuring Czech crystal and Hematite beads, providing an affordable alternative to designer Shamballa items that can cost thousands of pounds. This bracelet, tied with macramé cord, is one-size-fits-all and features Hematite, the “mind stone” believed to help promote calmness.
  •     Silver Cubic Zirconia Twisted Earrings – Under £10. These stunning earrings feature a fluid, elegant design, with each earring featuring a 4mm cubic zirconia.
  •     Sterling Silver Heart Cubic Zirconia Bangle – Under £25. This beautiful bangle features a sterling silver double-heart, and a 7mm x 8mm cubic zirconia.

Cookson Gold accepts orders 24 hours a day, seven days a week through its website. And it guarantees next-day despatch on all orders placed before 3pm.

For more, visit http://www.cooksongold.com.

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For more information on this story, contact Adam Hunter, e-Commerce manager at http://www.cooksongold.com, on 0121 212 6491.

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About Cooksongold.com:

Cookson Precious Metals, based in the heart of the UK’s historic Birmingham Jewellery Quarter, is part of Cookson Group PLC, and employs over 15,000 people in more than 40 countries, whilst selling its products in over 100 countries. Cookson is a leading materials science company operating on a worldwide basis in the ceramics, electronics and precious metals markets. The Cooksongold.com website is part of a growing digital presence within the Precious Metals Division of Cookson.

In 2011, http://www.cooksongold.com ranked #3 based on market share of visits among all United Kingdom websites in the Hitwise Business and Finance - Manufacturing and Industrial industry as visited by United Kingdom Internet users.

Cookson Precious Metals (http://www.cooksongold.com) offers a choice of jewellery making supplies from more than 11,000 products, including polymer clay and precious metal clay, charm beads, jewellery tools, jewellery packaging and boxes and gold, platinum palladium wire, sheet, solder. These products are combined with free technical information for jewellers, jobbers, designer, craftsmen, artisans and students.

The website also features a lively and growing social community, where jewellers can chat with other jewellers and get advice via Facebook, Twitter and a dedicated jewellery making forum. The forum gives access to essential hints, tips and datasheets, alongside the latest metal price fixes, which are updated twice a day.

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