Beautiful jewellery from Kaya Jewellery & WIN £40 voucher!

I love jewellery. Rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets - it doesn't matter what it is, if it's pretty and sparkles even a little then I'm won over. I've lost count of the number of pieces of jewellery I have but I do know I don't enough body parts to display them all! As with anyone I have my favourite pieces of jewellery, one obviously being my engagement ring and my wedding ring.


Most of my jewellery has a story behind it, some were birthday gifts, some "just because" gifts. Pieces that spring to mind are my tanzanite ring which the Hubby bought for me to celebrate 5,000 days together (it's programmer thing). 

A female hand hovers above a pink background with small silver hearts on it. The female hand has two rings on it, one is gold with 5 diamonds across the middle of it, the other is a platinum ring with a triangle shaped tanzanite stone in the centre. To each side of the tanzanite stone are 3 diamonds set into the band. Image for "Beautiful jewellery from Kaya jewellery & WIN £40 voucher!"

The first piece of jewellery the Hubby bought for me, a beautiful cross on a necklace that he surprised me with just a few weeks after we'd met. It was something I'd seen in a jeweller's shop window and said how much I liked - I wasn't hinting, we were just talking

And most recently my absolutely gorgeous sapphire bracelet the Hubby bought me for Christmas this year. The sapphires are all different colours - something I never knew you could get. It sparkles in the sunlight and I am in love with it!

A bracelet sits on a pink background surrounded by small silver hearts. The bracelet is set with lots of small sapphires that are arranged in a rainbow style colour way. Image for "Beautiful jewellery from Kaya Jewellery & WIN £40 voucher!"

I have bracelets the boys bought for me, like my chamilia filled with charms, and I have things I bought for myself. Jewellery speaks to me, it is a part of who I am and I'm not sure I could go a day without wearing some piece of jewellery.

Kaya Jewellery

I recently came across this London-based jewellers and love the jewellery they have. It makes me wish I had a daughter so I could buy her some of the jewellery. 

Tanja, the owner and creator of Kaya jewellery, had a dream - to create beautiful children's jewellery made from real materials not plastic or wood. She wanted to include genuine materials like precious stones, freshwater pearls, and crystals. She created the jewellery and decided to have mum jewellery to match so you can celebrate those special moments together. Tanja also donates part of her profits to Eduki, Education for Kids Foundation, it gives children in Gambia a chance to go to school. 

Looking at the Kaya Jewellery website you'll see there's cute bracelets and necklaces that are meant for little ones. I love their "mum" section, where you can have pendants engraved with the names of your children (or whatever you choose) - I'm sure they'd make a great gift for Mother's Day, or a birthday. 

A silver necklace and bracelet with an infinity symbol that is encrusted with cubic zirconia stones sits on top of a pink background surrounded by small silver hearts. Image for "Beautiful jewellery from Kaya Jewellery & WIN £40 voucher!"

The prices of Kaya jewellery ins't offensive either, for example this Infinity necklace and bracelet set is available for just £39.95. It has cubic zirconia stones and a sterling silver chain. The necklace and bracelet are extendable so they're sure to fit. The set comes with a little silver cleaning cloth too. 

This jewellery is not just jewellery - the infinity symbol symbolises eternal love and friendship so it would make the perfect gift. 

Of course this set isn't the only piece at Kaya Jewellery, there's lots to choose from including heart pendants and "family tree" pendants. There's a beautiful selection of jewellery which you can check out here.

A silver infinity symbol necklace sits in its box atop a pink background. Over the top of the photo is a white translucent background with the words "Beautiful jewellery from Kaya Jewellery" surrounded by a black box. At the top of the picture is "Morgan's Milieu" logo. At the bottom of the page is "".

I'm happy to let you know that Kaya Jewellery want to offer one lucky reader a £40 voucher to spend at Kaya Jewellery. In order to be in with a chance of winning enter via the rafflecopter widget below.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway is open to UK residents only. Entrants must be over 18 years of age. The giveaway closes on March 31st 2018, 12.00am. The winner will be chosen at random using Rafflecopter. The gift voucher can not be exchanged for cash. The winner has 48hours to respond to their email before a new winner is chosen. Kaya Jewellery are responsible for organising the delivery of the prize to the winner. Morgan's Milieu can not be held responsible if no prize is received. Email addresses will not be shared or sold to any outside parties.

I was sent the Infinity Forever necklace and bracelet set free of charge in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.