Auction of fine jewellery raises money for the Upper Room

Images above: Items in the silent auction

Marmalade Fine Jewellery finds clever way to sell fine diamond jewellery and give 25% to charity

Marmalade Fine Jewellers in Turnham Green Terrace is raising money for the charity The Upper Room, which supports homeless people in west London, by holding a silent auction.

Since the launch on Monday 12 December they have been putting up for auction a different piece of diamond jewellery each day for customers to bid for online. Every day between Monday 12 and Friday 23 December anyone interested has until 10pm to bid online, when the highest bidder at that point will win the item.

For comparison, retail prices range from £750 for an amethyst pendant with a diamond halo in 9 carat rose gold to £4,750 for an 18 carat white gold sapphire and diamond ring.

Marmalade Fine Jewellery will donate 25% of the proceeds to The Upper Room.

You can view today’s piece of jewellery here: marmaladejewellery.co.uk

Images above: Items in the silent auction

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