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Win a handmade silver necklace from Jana Reinhardt, worth £95!

Two lucky readers will get their hands on a stunning handmade hummingbird necklace. Just answer one question

Jewish News and Jana Reinhardt jewellery have teamed up to offer two lucky readers a stunning handmade hummingbird necklace, worth £95.

Founded in 2006, Jana Reinhardt jewellery are a husband-and-wife team of master goldsmiths, who work from their studio by the sea in West Sussex, creating fine jewellery collections with the very best craftsmanship and attention to detail. 

Measuring 2x2cm, the beautiful hummingbird pendant is made from sterling silver with a textured finish and a flat back, so that it sits well on whatever you’re wearing. 

Suspended on a fine 0.7mm curb chain, the necklace can be worn at 16 or 18 inches (41 or 46cm).

The hummingbird, which is native to the Americas, is believed to symbolise resilience and strength of being. This pretty piece can be worn as a lovely reminder to hang on in there, whatever challenges you face. 

Hummingbird necklace

All Jana Reinhardt designs are inspired by the natural world and the naive art movement. They don’t use machine manufacture, preferring the old techniques of wax carving and fabrication to create their products. 

These traditional methods have no negative effect on the environment, making Jana Reinhardt a more sustainable choice for jewellery lovers.

All metals used by Jana Reinhardt are from accredited suppliers, based in the UK and Germany, that continually buy back and recycle scrap metal, thus helping to create more environmentally friendly jewellery. 

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the following question: 

Competition Terms and conditions: Two winners will receive a stunning handmade hummingbird necklace, worth £95. Prize is as stated, not transferable, not refundable and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or exchanged in whole or in part for cash. By supplying your email address, you agree to receive marketing information from the JN Media Group or any of its affiliates and carefully selected third parties. The promotion excludes employees of Jewish News and the promoter, their immediate families, their agents or anyone professionally connected to the relevant promotion. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request. For full Ts and Cs, see jewishnews.co.uk.

Closing date: 3 December 2020

 

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