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Introducing... Cinnamon Jewellery

Back in summer I asked people to share their shops so I could blog about my favourites. As always happens, life then got incredibly busy (it seemed like I was at a wedding every weekend!) and I didn’t find the time to do a post that would do them justice. But that doesn’t mean that I’ve forgotten! Here, and just in time for an Autumn pick-me-up (or some early Christmas shopping!) is one shop I particularly wanted to share - Cinnamon Jewellery.

I love everything in this shop, which specialises in handmade silver, copper and enamel jewellery, but I think my current favourite is this gorgeous orange enamel necklace with a sweet heart cut-out:

You can find this necklace and much more at 

Cinnamon is also a great example of the lovely new Folksy shop fronts, which I will hopefully be able to access later this month – just in time to really show off my gorgeous new photos from my photoshoot. My beautiful friend Ella has very kindly agreed to model for me, so I’ve been very excitedly collecting ideas for images – you can see them on the Pinterest board I’ve created here


I'd forgotten about this! Thanks for sharing my shop :D
Kat said…
You're welcome! I hadn't - but the constant round of summer holidays/weddings/christenings rather spoiled my plan! Love your shop though, gorgeous items!

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