A Brighton based jeweller has raised over £2,500 for the Royal British Legion (RBL) by designing an exclusive silver poppy charm.

Scarlett Jewellery is donating £15 from the sale of each iconic charm to support ex-service men and women. The beautiful sterling silver poppy commemorates the centenary of the First World War and serves as a subtle, wearable memorial for people who have given their lives for peace and freedom.

The Sussex based jeweller has a long-standing commitment to The Royal British Legion and were one of the first jewellers to work with them, starting in 2005.

Charlotte Thompson, Community Fundraiser for the RBL said: “We are extremely grateful for the support of Scarlett Jewellery this year through the sale of their poppy charm. The poppy is a powerful symbol which is worn to commemorate the sacrifices of our Armed Forces and to show support to those still serving today and their loved ones.”

BRIGHTON Jeweller Raises Over £2,500 For THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION With BESPOKE Jewellery
BRIGHTON Jeweller Raises Over £2,500 For THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION With BESPOKE Jewellery

Managing Director of Scarlett Jewellery, Marc Rickard said the festive season should push the fundraising total to more than £3,000. He said: “Scarlett Jewellery is delighted to have raised £2,500 for this fantastic cause but we know we can raise more. With the generous support of the public and Christmas on its way we hope to hit the £3,000 mark,.”

The enamelled silver poppy costs £35 and is available online at  Scarlett will be at The Spirit of Christmas show from 4th to 9th November at Olympia, London – come along to see the full collection.

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