Unless you’re willing to spend big money on something bespoke finding a unique piece of quality jewellery isn’t easy. Thanks to The Royal British Legion however you can now own a necklace that not only has an amazing story behind, looks stylish, and helps an incredible cause, but will also be unique to you, with each one made being different to the next…
To mark the 75th
anniversary of the Battle of Britain, and the 70th of VE Day, The Royal British Legion have teamed up with TMB Art Metal of London to create a truly unique and stylish necklace. The jewellery is made from special metal taken from Spitfire P7350 during its recent restoration. The plane is one of the oldest and most historically significant of its type in existence, having survived the Battle of Britain complete with battle scars and bullet holes.
The pendant is cast in the shape of a poppy, the design based on a pressed poppy found in the World War One diary of Private Smith and each necklace is different
, thanks to the age and character of the metal used.
What’s more each necklace features a poignant inscription to remember the Battle of Britain, an 18” diamond cut Belcher style silver chain and is supplied in a high quality wooden case, complete with illustrated certificates of provenance.
These unique and stylish necklaces are available exclusively from The Royal British Legion’s Poppy Shop, www.poppyshop.org.uk
, for £99.99, where all proceeds from their sale go directly to the charity and the important work they do in providing care and support to all members of the British Armed Forces and their families. Also on the website you can find Lapel Pins and Cufflinks made to the same design.
The Royal British Legion is committed to keeping alive the memory of the fallen, and supporting the future of the living.
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