Jewellery Designer Miranda Konstantinidou says all she wants to do when she designs her KONPLOTT collections is make the world sparkle.

All of her pieces are handmade and limited edition, and combine ancient methods with new techniques and experiment with unusual combinations of materials. Inspiration for her collections is drawn from all over the world, including South America, Africa and Asia; and from many different time periods including Art Deco, Victorian, the ’50s and ’70s.

This gorgeous necklace from the winter 2017 ‘MyRouge’ collection (available from November) features Swarovski Crystals and Pearls, together with cut glass beads.  Its flattering sweetheart neckline is framed with deep purple glass beads, which draw the eye towards the stunning multi jewelled  ‘flower’ centrepiece.

A stunning addition to any woman’s jewellery box and therefore an ideal gift for Christmas.

Other pieces in the MyRouge collection include rings, earrings, hairclips and bracelets.

KONPLOTT was founded by Miranda Konstantinidou in 1986, and retails in over 75 Single Brand KONPLOTT shops in eight countries (amongst others Germany, Russia, China, Switzerland . . .).  Miranda was born in Greece, studied fashion illustration and fashion design in Italy and Germany.

The jewellery is designed by Miranda and made by hand in KONPLOTTs own factory where more then 99% of the staff are female: “We are a Female Company” says the designer who is renowned as ‘The Queen of Colour’.

KONPLOTT has teamed up with to give readers the chance to win this necklace from the MyRouge collection, worth £107.

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Competition closes 15th January 2018.

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