(PRWEB UK) 1 November 2012
Since 2009 Benna have been making carefully selected ranges of exclusive jewellery available online. Their catalogue is extensive, with cutting edge designers sitting comfortably alongside the vintage classics. However, offering something truly unique this holiday season is British Designer, Alex Monroe.
Suffolk-born, Monroe has been crafting jewellery by hand since the 1980’s, and his range of quirky, elegant and individual pieces continue to be handmade by his team of gifted craftspeople. It is the attention to quality, artistry, and detail that make Alex Monroe jewellery designs highly sought after. As the holiday season approaches, Monroe’s range is expected to be one of the most popular purchases from the Benna jewellery gift selection.
A spokesperson for Benna said, “What makes Monroe’s jewellery so popular is that each of his pieces appear to be so effortless, so natural, yet so intricate and delicate in their design that they take on a magical, fairytale quality. Who doesn't want jewellery that special?”
Meanwhile, the British, and indeed International consumer appears to be undergoing some sort of renaissance when it comes to desiring all things British. This reignited love affair, no doubt brought about by the Queen’s Jubilee, the London Olympics and further fuelled by the Made in Britain Campaign and the release of the latest Bond instalment, is driving sales of British made products and designers such as Alex Monroe should expect increased sales as a result.
Benna Fashion Jewellery have just this week listed new Alex Monroe lines, including Honey Bee Earrings, a stunning Peacock Feather Pendant in gold and silver and an undeniably cute and quirky Gingerbread Man Necklace and Pendant in gold.
To find about more about the Alex Monroe range stocked by Benna, visit http://www.benna.co.uk
Benna.co.uk is an online jewellery boutique selling mid-range to high-end designer jewellery and luxury accessories. Set up by jewellery designer and former stylist Benna Harry, the buying team choose items with a fashion eye, looking for something “a little bit different” for their customers. Items are cherry picked with the emphasis on beautiful, unusual, yet endlessly wearable items.