There's nothing more exciting than finding the perfect piece of jewellery. That fine gold chain necklace that sits at exactly the right length. Or that ring you never realised you needed, but now can't live without. Even better when you find a piece you never have to take off, because it goes with absolutely everything. Enter Sarah & Sebastian's Insignia Diamond necklace. The perfect fine chain necklace with that little bit extra to make you feel amazing even when you're in your sweats.
We're giving one lucky RUSSH reader the chance to win a Sarah & Sebastian Insignia Diamond necklace for themselves. To enter simply tell us in 25 words or less why you think you deserve to win. Competition closes October 21. Terms and conditions apply.
The Sarah & Sebastian Insignia Gold Diamond necklace includes a single diamond set in a four point star. With clean lines this design harks back to the Victorian era, marrying tradition and modernity. Made from solid 10k yellow gold, the signature fine chain has become synonymous with the Sarah & Sebastian brand. Woven together in Italy with links as fine as thread, it is delicate in nature, rebelling against convention and embracing the "barely there" aesthetic. The pendant also features a 1.3mm white diamond and a hand carved four point star making it as unique as you are.
It's no secret that we here at RUSSH have had a love affair with Sarah & Sebastian for years now. Not only are their items beautifully crafted and made to last, they also have an environmentally conscious guarantee. Both internally and within its supply chain, they promise ethical, social and environmentally conscious production. As the largest metal merchant in Australia, they also invest in state-of-the-art equipment to enable an efficient production line with the smallest carbon footprint possible.
Sarah & Sebastian gold is made from recycled, refined material. Precious stones and diamonds are also sourced from trusted partners, who guarantee their product to be from legitimate sources and conflict free. A brand we can definitely get behind.