I’m hoping you won’t be bored by my jewellery posts now – seeing as this is my second one in two days… but I’ve just landed in Italy for a short city break away in Rome – so this is a super quick jewellery edit for you guys to read while I’m off exploring and planning this week’s travel posts!


I was bought my first piece of Pia jewellery a few years ago as a Christmas present and -like so many other people – I’ve now become a firm fan of their quirky designs and different uses of interesting gem stones! Pia has a small shop in Stamford in England, so I decided to have a look around while on my travels a couple of months ago.

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As you will have seen from my Bill Skinner posts – 1 – BS Edit, 2 – BS Sale – I have a bit of an obsession with rings at the moment, so I ended up buying three more for my collection in the sale! This cute gold-plated bubble design ring was the first piece I chose. It was reduced twice in the final sale, so it ended up with a £5 price tag that I just couldn’t resist! It is the perfect width for my fingers and looks even more awesome when it is stacked with other rings of slightly bolder designs.

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Clearly I couldn’t take one ring home by itself… so I decided to snap up two silver rings that reminded me loosely of iconic designs from two recognisable upmarket jewellery designers, but at a fraction of those prices…

I picked out this thin open ring because I thought it was vaguely reminiscent of the iconic T Wire design ring from Tiffany – and at only £7 I thought I’d be a bit cheeky and save myself from buying the actual £700 Tiffany ring..! Of course the proportions of the cheaper ring are quite different to those of the more expensive version, but I can still dream about owning the real thing when I wear it!

This crown ring was the final piece I chose. I picked it out because the royal headwear reminded me of the Pandora Tiara design that was particularly popular a few years ago. I bought the crown for £12 which is a bit better than the £45 price tag of the Pandora ring… and I think it looks just as good when worn.

Have you bought any Pia jewellery before?


Song Recommendation (Because I love this):

Johnny Cash –> Hurt

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