Kaya Jewellery is a jewellery company that is specifically geared to providing jewellery for mothers and daughters. The brainchild of Tanja, her dream is:
‘..to develop an affordable brand of children’s jewellery. Not made of plastic or wood, but jewellery made from genuine materials like precious stones, crystals and freshwater pearls. With matching mum jewellery, so you can celebrate all special occasions in your daughters life (birth, baptism, communion, her first birthday or her being a flowergirl or bridesmaid) together with her, symbolically united.’
Their selection includes:
- Children’s Jewellery for Meaningful Moments
- Mum Jewellery, Wear Your Loved Ones Close
- Mother and Daughter Bracelet Sets, To Celebrate Your Special Connection
- Baby Jewellery For A New Precious One
- Jewellery And Greeting Card Together, Symbolic Gift
Kaya Jewellery were kind enough to offer me a a piece of jewellery. I decided to opt for one of the mum necklaces as I fell in love with their necklace on which you can add your children’s initials.
The necklace arrived in a lovely pink pouch.
The necklace itself seemed quite delicate and very lightweight but I liked that about it. It is gentle round your neck and looks very stylish. You can even personalise the colour of the gem with the options being white, red, purple or pink. I had to opt for purple as myself and the girls all love purple.
The initials themselves aren’t very big but I feel are just the right size to wear around your neck.
It is a necklace I am happy to wear daily and a constant reminder of the girls!
Kaya Jewellery have been kind enough to give one of my readers a voucher of £40 to put towards a piece of jewellery of their choice (subject to availability).
UK ENTRANTS ONLY.
Giveaway ends 23rd July at 23.59.
The winner will be informed within 48 hours of the giveaway ending. The winner then has 28 days in which to respond and claim their prize. If no contact is made then we reserve the right to draw another winner.
We reserve the right to disqualify any entrants who have not entered correctly.