WIN! A gold plated Honey Bee necklace & rose studs from Yume Jewellery
Yumé Jewellery creates beautiful pieces whilst creating a positive impact on the world.
You can feel safe in the knowledge that their jewellery does not come at a cost to those creating it, and won’t come at a cost to the environment.
For them, this means using 100% recycled and ethically sourced silver and gold. They genuinely consider and care about the welfare of the planet and all its inhabitants when creating their special pieces.
Yumé was born to a Japanese mother and English Father, in Co Cork, Ireland and brought up in the countryside of Japan. She is now a designer and producer in South Devon, having studied jewellery making academically.
Yumé established a recognisable style focused on designs inspired by nature and original contemporary designs early in her career. Recurrently drawing from nature and mythology, Yumé ultimately draws inspiration from her own upbringing and travels around the world; the designs are a true, living embodiment of her life.
We are giving away a gold plated necklace from their signature ‘Honey Bee’ collection (inspired by a collaboration with urban bee’s project) plus a pair of gold plated studs from their brand new collection ‘Rosa’ inspired from the romantic soft shapes of the rose.
Each piece has been lovingly handcrafted by Yumé and her small team in their studio in Devon, using ethically sourced gold and silver.
For more information and help with the question below please visit yumejewellery.com
HOW TO ENTER
For your chance to win just fill in the form below:
Terms & Conditions
- Closing date 12 January 2017.
- This offer is open to all UK residents.
- For standard EMP Competition terms and conditions click here
Please note: When you enter our competitions you are also opting in to the At Home email newsletter (you can unsubscribe at any time) and email and mail communications from the competition prize provider. Your phone details should only be used for prize notification purposes by the competition prize providers as they are only given to them in that capacity.