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Releasing a burst of colour as we march on through 2020, our newest collection Flora will help you enhance positivity and brighten up any day whether you’re working from home,...

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“La Vie Est Belle!”

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“La Vie est Belle!” That’s really how it feels when immersed in the countryside of Provence in the far south east of France. For those holidaying there in summer it is a luxurious and simple way of life. Living in a traditional farmhouse and surrounded by a rural environment of vineyards and orchards, it seems to be a dream come true. It was for us. The Luberon district of Provence, in the Vaucluse department, is intensely cultivated with grapes, cherries, figs and apricots, and is abundant with native flora and fauna. Famous for the lavender that is grown for global...

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Our Steel

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For as long as human beings have existed they have sought to adorn themselves with recognisable symbols in the form of jewellery. Gold, platinum and silver have customarily been employed for jewellery design since long before the beginning of recorded history. But now many new materials are being utilised for jewellery adornment. Here at Najo we have recently added Stainless Steel jewellery to our collection. With the refinement of laser beam welding techniques that allow for fast and precise joining of metals, there is now a huge variety of fine and complex designs that are possible in Stainless Steel. Steel...

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A Parisian Stroll

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When Napoleon commissioned the restructuring of Paris in the 2nd half of the 19thC he really brought about a profound change for the everyday lives of Parisians. The winding medieval laneways of old Paris were cut through with long, straight, wide boulevards which allowed for open spaces and parks that made the city not only grand and beautiful but easy to navigate and a delight to explore. Paris must be one of the most elegant cities in Europe. To walk as far as you can and take in the charming buildings and parks is a traveller’s pleasure. At every corner...

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Introducing Our New Collection... Esperanza!

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Of all aspects in the human psyche we think hope is the most affirmative. Hope gives strength and comfort in times of adversity and opens us up to view broader horizons. So here at Najo we are excited to release our Esperanza Collection for Spring/Summer. We always allude to Najo's Mexican origins by defining our collections with Spanish titles. Esperanza means hope in Spanish and it evokes all the reassurance and serenity of a joyful destiny. Glittering gold plated silver is crafted into intricate designs reflecting the flush of new dawns. Shimmering diamond cut multi toned bracelets and bangles just...

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My Trip To Mexico

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There is nothing I love more than going back to Mexico. It is my soul country. I feel like I have arrived back home when I get there. It is the warmth and humour of the people and the artistry that keeps my heart there. But there is also something indescribably surreal or dreamlike about Mexico. I am not quite sure what it is. Perhaps it is the diversity that comes from the inheritance of two cultures, the indigenous and the Spanish that live together, side by side. It is an intoxicating mix, and is evident in its food, music,...

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A Lazy Saturday Wandering Through Portobello Markets...

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If anyone wants to experience a happening city, London is the place to go. Perhaps it is more alive since the Olympics, or maybe it has always been like that, but my recent visit was a delight. So much to see and do, but I honed in on looking at jewellery trends, architecture and retail. One lazy Saturday afternoon I spent wandering the Portobello Road market. What a treat! This historic market runs a good two miles through Notting Hill and is jam packed with vendors and visitors alike. For years this market has been world renowned for ‘its antiques,...

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