Agora Jewellery London is a brand that understands how to market jewellery online using Press & Social Media. Our brand has been collaborating with Instagram influencers and bloggers to generate content across the blogosphere and social media. Agora Jewellery London also uses Instagram’s social shopping feature to drive sales from directly within the app.
Agora Jewellery inside the latest issue of Brides.
Agora Jewellery in The Cornish Brides Magazine
Agora Jewellery in the Premier magazine
Beautifully inspired by years of tradition, the works of Agora Jewellery can also be worn with a clear conscience, according to the company, as it is committed to a policy of fair trade – intended to improve the lives and the environment of mining communities and artisans in Latin America.
Thanks to the hand crafted way in which each piece of jewellery is made, wearing an Agora piece means wearing something absolutely unique – a one off…
Agora Jewellery in November's TATLER
Agora pieces featured in the Tatler’s editions on July 2012, a ribbon bracelet and November 2012, a filigree pendant.
Agora Jewellery in the TATLER
Agora Jewellery specialises in the design and distribution of exquisitely crafted .925 Silver and Filigree Jewellery. Inspired by years of tradition and committed to Fair Trade policies, they are working to improve the lives and the environment of mining communities and artisans in Latin America.
Agora Jewellery featured in Marie Claire
Agora Jewellery Tambourine Pendant featured in the November 2011 issue of Marie Claire magazine.This piece is a stunning .925 sterling silver pendant with intricate filigree design.
The Tambourine pendant is created using very high-quality fine silver strands. The design represents the sun, symbol of Nature and of life! Size: 40 mm diameter.
Agora Jewellery featured in VOGUE
Agora Jewellery featured in Essential Esher
Agora Jewellery featured in LivingIn magazine
Inspired by years of tradition and committed to a policy of Fair Trade to improve the lives and the environment of mining communities and artisans in Latin America.
Director of Agora Jewellery, Adriana Walsh, talks to LivingIn magazine.