Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird Necklace – Our Review And Giveaway

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To me nothing says ‘I Love You’ more than a special piece of jewellery. So we were delighted this week to be asked to review a Jana Reinhardt hummingbird necklace, and tell you why this small bespoke jewellery studio is the perfect place to look for that perfect special gift. Plus – read on to see how you can win one for yourself!

#AD – gifted – We received a silver Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird necklace to review.

Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird Necklace – Our Review And Giveaway

Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird Necklace - we were sent this pendant to review. See what we thought and enter our competition to win one for yourself! #win #competition #silvernecklace #hummingbird #sustainablejewellery

 

How Jana Reinhardt Bespoke Jewellery Began

Jana was born in the D.D.R. (The former East Germany) in 1978, and hails from a long line of craftspeople. She founded her own studio in 2006, and was soon joined by her husband Ross, who is also a goldsmith.

A lot of Jana Reinhardt jewellery pieces are inspired by the natural world. But they love to make custom pieces, and often do unusual commissions. Lastly, they also specialise in ethical one-of-a-kind commissions, using recycled or Fair Mined gold. And this is so important.

The Company Ethos of Sustainability

If you read my blog regularly, you will know that I am large fan of sustainability in any business. I have already spoken on sustainability in jewellery. And Jana Reinhardt has firmly embraced this in their studio.

It is very important to them that they minimise any negative effects that their business has upon the planet. Because their jewellery is not mass produced and is bespoke, they have a very low carbon footprint. Their tradition methods of wax carving and fabrication instead of using machines is much better for the environment.

They are experts at upcycling old jewellery pieces, refashioning them into contemporary pieces. And as another plus, up to 45% of the gold and silver they use in their new jewellery pieces come from recycled sources.

Finally, the majority of their packaging materials are recyclable. Which was lovely to see when I received my own gorgeous necklace to review.

Our Hummingbird Necklace

 

Close Up of Necklace

The detail on the piece is just stunning. It is subtle yet classic, making it a perfect piece of jewellery for everyday wear. Although it is small and delicate, the craftsmanship and quality is totally divine.

Hummingbirds are said to represent both joy coming into your life and resilience. So this message resonates perfectly with this gift being for a mum.

The bird feature is fixed onto the chain, so no losing the pendant off the chain when you take the piece on and off. And I love the fact that the chain is adjustable. I prefer to wear a necklace further down my décolletage, and this sat perfectly in the longer chain position.

The pendant being worn

I can truly see myself wearing this necklace everyday. And love the message it brings to stay resilient in the face of the challenges ahead.

Please do go check out their website at www.janareinhardt.com

 

Fancy Winning Your Own Hummingbird Necklace?

I am sure that you agree that this is a wonderful piece of jewellery, from a lovely small business. So I am so happy that Jana Reinhardt have given me the opportunity to also run a giveaway.

Read on as you have a chance of winning a Jana Reinhardt hummingbird necklace like the one above for yourself!

Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird Necklace

It’s Time For A Giveaway!

 

Jana Reinhardt have offered one of my readers the chance to win one of these gorgeous hummingbird necklaces worth £89.00! To be in with a chance to win, you enter using the form below – and good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The competition is open to entrants from the UK only. The winner will be chosen at random after the competition closes – but see the full t&cs below.

Terms and Conditions of Giveaway
  • Giveaway ends at midnight on 27th March 2020 (00:00 on 28th March)
  • There is one prize only – which consists of a Jana Reinhardt hummingbird necklace. 
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.  
  • This giveaway is limited to UK entrants aged 18 or over. If you enter from out of the UK, your entry will be deleted.
  • By providing your information, you are providing your information to me and me alone. I do not share or sell information. I will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the Winner and will send the winners details to Jana Reinhardt, so that they can send the winning prize.   
  • This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
  • The Winner will be contacted by email within 72 hours of the giveaway ending.
  • If no response is received from the Winner within 72 hours of being contacted, a subsequent Winner may be selected. 
  • Finally, entry to this prize draw confirms that participants have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you have any additional questions, please contact me.

Disclaimer: I received a silver hummingbird necklace for the purposes of this review. But all thoughts and opinions are my own.

And see some of our other reviews

 

Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird Necklace - we were sent this pendant to review. See what we thought and enter our competition to win one for yourself! #win #competition #silvernecklace #hummingbird #sustainablejewellery

197 Replies to “Jana Reinhardt Hummingbird Necklace – Our Review And Giveaway”

  1. Carolynn Woodland says:

    My favourite animal is man’s best friend, the dog

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    1. Pat Healy says:

      My favourite is the robin who follows you when you are gardening. Beautiful necklace can see why you would want to wear it every day

      Reply
  2. Noreen says:

    Meercats are my favourite, they’re so cute. Beautiful necklace!

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    1. Elanor Rice says:

      Lions are my fav animals, Humming birds are my fav bird though so would love to add the necklace to my collection.

      Reply
    2. Mrs Rachael Sexey says:

      I love tigers they are just so stunning and elegant as well as being fierce and strong

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    1. Pauline vaughan says:

      What an absolutely beautiful necklace, I would love own one like this as it reminds me of freedom

      Reply
  3. Mel Pennie says:

    Squirrels . . we get a few in our garden and they are so entertaining. Just love watching them!

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    1. Sharon Williams says:

      Dogs are still my favourite as they are so loyal and cuddly

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      1. Tracy Barber says:

        I love all animals so can’t really decide on a favourite because they’re all special and unique in their own funny way

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  4. Elaine Savage says:

    I love cats of all sizes from kittens to tigers and lions

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  5. Marylyn Hammersley says:

    That is such a difficult one, but I suppose as I have owned 9 cats over the years, it has to be cats!

    Reply
  6. Nikki says:

    so many- Lions, Dolphins, Horses, Dogs, Whales, Wolves, Orcas, Bears ….

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    1. Ben Wells says:

      I love hummingbirds (hence why I’m entering the competition) I also love dolphins and elephants and monkeys

      Reply
  7. Maegan Boyle says:

    Elephants! They’re just so intelligent and emotional. I love how incredibly family orientated they are… and I always have a giggle at the fact young elephants can throw tantrums!

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  8. Susan B says:

    My favourite animal is a domestic cat but my favourite living creature is the turtle dove.

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  9. Sarah Tunstall says:

    This is just absolutely stunning. Never seen anything like this before. Would be a perfect mothers day present.

    Fantastic blog by the way!

    Oh and I love all animals in particular giraffes.

    Reply
  10. Caroline H says:

    I love ring tailed lemurs – I could watch them all day.

    Reply
  11. Louise Comb says:

    Hard to pick just one, but I guess, I would just about choose dogs – I’m a bit of a dogaholic 🙂 XXX

    Reply
  12. fiona waterworth says:

    I love giraffes such beautiful and elegant creatures, even my son wants to look after them when he gets old enough

    Reply
  13. Hayley Jane Wakenshaw says:

    My favourite animal is probably the cat. They’re affectionate, but they’re also independent, making them the ideal pet for me!

    Reply
  14. Jayne Townson says:

    Thanks for the chance to win, I love that necklace. My favourite animal is a monkey.

    Reply
  15. David says:

    Hello, my favourite animal is a seal as I think they are very graceful and intelligent.

    Reply
  16. Pat Healy says:

    Robins that follow you when you are gardening are my favourite. Beautiful necklace can understand you would want to wear it everyday

    Reply
  17. Sadiyya Maryam says:

    Elephants have always been my favourite animals.

    Reply
  18. Maya R. says:

    My favourite animal is an elephant – huge and beautiful.

    Reply
  19. SueB says:

    My favourite animals are anything cuddly especially dogs, cats and rabbits

    Reply
  20. Lucy Barlow says:

    my favourite animal is the Spiny Headed Blenny because he’s tiny and always looks super surprised!

    Reply
    1. Jo Boyne says:

      I had to go google this one. Thank you, they are fabulous creatures!

      Reply
  21. Lorna Ledger says:

    A wolf, I think they are very beautiful. Almost magical

    Reply
  22. Caroline Tinsley says:

    I love mallard ducks. I feed them at the park a few times a week and they never fail to cheer me up!

    Reply
  23. Rebecca Sutton says:

    Mine is an Owl and a Giraffe, they are both beautiful creatures

    Reply
  24. A.E. ADKINS says:

    Generally I don’t have a favourite animal but I guess our pet cat would be it!

    Reply
  25. Susan Willshee says:

    My favourite animal is a chimpanzee. I’ve been watching a program on TV where there is a rescue centre for chimps and the babies are so cute!

    Reply
  26. katherine s says:

    I love giraffes. They come across as elegant creatures.

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  27. Susan Smith says:

    My favourite animal is the Sloth, its like me, i take my time and never in a hurry to get anywhere

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  28. Irene Wright says:

    Have to say cats – have 2 of them ruling my house.
    However, I do like most animals except snakes. Not so keen on them at all. They feel slimey to me.

    Reply
  29. Ruth Amy Wollerton says:

    I love Zebras – love their monochrome elegance xxx

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    1. Charlie Whitehall says:

      A hummingbird! I have one tattooed on my bag it’s tiny. I’m a diabetic and it’s the symbol for fisted

      Reply
  30. Alison MacDonald says:

    My favourite animal is the Hedgehog they are just so cute x

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  31. Nadia Josephine says:

    I love cats and dogs but my favourite wild animal is a tiger i think they are so beautiful

    Reply
  32. Victoria Prince says:

    This is going to sound really odd but for me it’s frogs! I have no idea how it even started; I became obsessed with them as a child and it never went away

    Reply
  33. Davina Mellon says:

    It has to be a hummingbird! My husband calls me his hummingbird so it has special meaning 🙂

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  34. Cathryn Crawshaw says:

    Lovely necklace would love to win please count me in

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    1. Jeanette Leighton says:

      I love birds especially zebra finches as I used to keep them

      Reply
  35. Fiona Johnstone says:

    I love elephants. They are so kind to each other.

    Reply
  36. Helen Craigs says:

    My favourite animal has to be a dog. In these difficult times we are having, a dog is amazing company, a best friend and a reason to get out for our once a day exercise session!

    Reply
  37. Dawn Samples says:

    I love giraffes as they are so elegant calm and beautiful x

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    1. Violet Perkins Phillippo says:

      Guinea pigs are my favourites – I have two rescued piggies, Sasha and Sophie, at the moment and they make me so happy!

      Reply
  38. Samantha Buntain says:

    Penguins are my most favourite animal I just think they are so cute and awesome

    Reply
  39. Darren Bourne says:

    My favourite animal is a dog, but I know my partner who I am trying to win this for loves hummingbirds as she saw them in Australia. Thank you.

    Reply
  40. CAROL PATRICK says:

    I adore all birds, we feed our garden birds, and love to watch them. I am fascinated by all tropical birds and their wonderful colours, humming birds, parrots, birds of paradise etc.

    Reply
  41. Marie Rungapadiachy says:

    My favourite animal is a fox. They are such striking animals.

    Reply
  42. Kirsty Fox says:

    That’s a difficult question because I love all animals but I really love giraffes.

    Reply
  43. Emma England says:

    My favourite animal is a llama. I think they are such beautiful goofy creatures. I absolutely love them.

    Reply
  44. Sarah Roberts says:

    Mine is Tigers they are just awe inspiring beautiful creatures!

    Reply

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