Ti:Amo Jewellery Collection By Newbridge Silverware

I was absolutely blown away to receive a wonderful package in the post from Newbridge Silverware. I have wonderful memories of receiving some beautiful pieces of jewellery from the brand on my 18th birthday, many moons ago now. One particular bangle that I adored was worn to death. To me Newbridge Silverware is one of those beautiful jewellery brands who incorporate both style and function into their pieces. I am sure many of you have received a piece or two over the years. They also make some fabulous homewares and gifts. I particularly love their christmas decorations and have been adding one or two pieces to my collection every year.


The Ti:Amo collection showcased by the beautiful Naomi Campbell is the latest jewellery collection from the homegrown silverware company. This new collection puts sentiment at the centre of each piece. Symbolism features strongly across this range with the lotus flower, infinity symbol and the number eight featuring prominently. The lotus flower is symbolic of purity and beauty, the infinity symbol standing for never-ending possibilities and everlasting love and the number 8 representing balance and luck. So whether it is for a friend, a loved one or simply a treat for yourself, you are bound to find something special in this collection. The rose gold and mixed rose gold and silver bangles, earrings and necklaces are bang on trend for this season and can be incorporated into any look.

I received a few beautiful pieces from this collection and a bangle from the “just for you” collection. I will be wearing these pieces (apart from the green bangle) to my friend’s wedding tomorrow. I can’t promise i will look as good as Naomi Campbell but i will try ha ha. I will post some snaps on my Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages so be sure to check them out.

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These dainty and extremely pretty rose gold-plated stud earrings include the lotus flower and infinity symbol enclosed in a circle. They are secured with a butterfly back, measure 23mm and cost €25.00. They feel lovely and sturdy on and are just the right size. They are also available in silver,

big bangel

This 61mm diameter champagne gold-plated bangle with nude coloured enamel contains a lotus flower symbol etched on the gold clasp. This timeless bangle oozes class with the nude colouring making it perfect to wear with any outfit. It costs €55.00 which is a little pricey but i think is a worthy investment. It is also available in black and cream.

multi bangel

This rose gold and silver plated triple bangle set features a coloured glass stone and infinity charm suspended from a karma ring with a lotus flower detail. They measure 65mm each in diameter which just about fits over my hand. I absolutely love this bangle set especially the fact that you can choose which coloured birthstone gem to attach. I also really like the two rose gold bangles mixed in with a silver bangle. It is also bang on trend with the whole bangle stacking look at the moment. They are priced at €40.00 and would make a great gift for yourself or for one of the girls.

green bangle

Finally I got this beautiful silver plated green enamel bangle from the bangles – just for you collection. It measures 68mm and is priced at a purse friendly €15.00. It is also available in a variety of colours. I just love this green colour as it reminds me of Tiffany’s jewellery boxes. The only slight criticism I have is that i find it quite difficult to fit over my hand as it is a closed bangle. I don’t have necessarily big hands but find it difficult to fit over my knuckles.

Thank you so much Newbridge Silverware for sending me these fab pieces. I say they will be a huge hit for Christmas presents this year. If you want to shop the Ti-Amo collection simply click here.

Keep your eyes peeled across my social media platforms in the coming days for an extra little surprise for you lovelies 😉

Note: Newbridge Silverware kindly sent me these pieces of jewellery free of charge to wear for my friend’s wedding and to feature on my blog.


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