PRESS RELEASES | Jun 08, 2015

Links of London: WIMBLEDON 2015

This year Links of London reintroduces its iconic Wimbledon Collection, returning as the Official Jewellery Licensee of The Championships, Wimbledon for the 22nd year. A key date in the sporting calendar, the illustrious tournament will be held from 29th June to 12th July 2015, celebrated by the elegant Links of London jewellery range.

The themed collection takes inspiration from the Wimbledon Grounds and Museum as well as the popular sport itself, visible in the playful Tennis Ball Charm, iconic Wimbledon Sweetie Bracelet, and sterling silver Strawberry Earrings which pays homage to the traditional Wimbledon sweet treat. As well as the charming women’s and men’s favourites, 2015 sees Links of London introduce stunning additions to the desirable collection. The engravable sterling silver Narrative Disc Pendant features Rudyard Kipling's inspirational ‘If’ poem, which appears over the players’ entrance to Wimbledon’s Centre Court, and the sterling silver #thequeue Bracelet, giving a playful nod to the experience of many loyal fans. Also new to this year’s range are the beautifully delicate Racket Bracelet and Necklace featuring glimmering micro pavé diamonds, available in 18ct yellow gold and sterling silver.

Whether a dedicated tennis fan seeking product to commemorate The Championships, or a jewellery lover with a taste for modern yet timeless pieces, the Links of London Wimbledon Collection offers ideal jewellery and giftware to treasure throughout this year’s tournament and beyond. WIMBLEDON 2015
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