This page is dedicated to the amazing reporters, bloggers, vloggers and other fab influencers who have been in touch over the past three years. Without you, our business wouldn’t be nearly as successful; I’m so grateful. We’re always happy to collab, provide copy, product images or a slightly controversial word on birthing, breastfeeding or passing away. It’s always been fun to shock people with what first appears to be stunning jewellery and is, in fact, the most precious gem in the world to its owner – Nikki Lovegrove, Owner & Artist
If you’re a vlogger/blogger and would like to review a piece please email me directly with links and stats, but don’t worry if you’re new to it; I won’t turn you down just because you don’t have a huge following yet. We all have to start somewhere and if I love what you’ve done so far then I might want to support your passion for making videos or writing. Tell us what you’d like to review and we’ll arrange an influencer agreement. Also, we always need more guest posts so if you have a story to share and want to learn how to get it found on Google then we can collaborate.
Recent stories we’ve been featured in include What can you do with an umbilical cord? By Cherry Wilson who called me in the morning and posted her lovely piece in the afternoon. Cherry’s article caught the attention of ITV’s This Morning producers and the next day I was on national TV talking to Holly Willoughby and childhood crush Phillip Schofield. I’m very interested in providing controversial and off-beat info on keepsake jewellery
Holly: It’s really pretty!
Phil: For a bit of giblet…
We’ve been featured in Cosmo, The Daily Mail, The Express, BBC Radio Scotland and dozens of blogs and articles.
Please feel free to use any watermarked images without alteration but for print quality high-resolution cutouts we can share on request our latest makes. We don’t keep many items in stock (the images in our media galleries are of custom orders already sent out to our clients) but I have my own personal collection that can be used for photos and TV.
Placenta, cordones umbilicales y leche materna: la materia prima para estas joyas, 17th March 2017
This brand makes jewellery from breast milk Cosmopolitan, 16th March 2017
What can you do with an umbilical cord? BBC, 13th March 2017
Products made with breastmilk: Yay or nay? 18 July, 2016
Would you buy an umbilical cord bracelet? April 2016
I always love to provide an opinion, and being disagreed with gives me a buzz. Ok, so I’m a bit of a masochist there, but if everyone liked our jewellery I’d probably get bored of making it. A little drama from the haters is fine because I’m constantly surrounded by love and compliments from our loyal fans, and the clients who find our pieces on Google and tell me they’re the most beautiful they’ve ever seen. I had such a laugh when I “put thousands of people off their cornflakes” on This Morning