Chain Of Hope 2016 - Guest Blog

Written by Rebecca Barnes on 27 March 2016

On meeting Harriet today, it’s hard to believe that three years ago she underwent open heart surgery. After suffering a number of health scares, she received a call giving her just three hours notice that she needed emergency surgery on a broken mitral valve. As a result of successful surgery, Harriet’s days went from ones full of weariness and exhaustion, to energy and strength - a life-changing improvement she owes to a superb medical team at Papworth Hospital, and one that has allowed her to continue to work and maintain her position as an innovator in the field of bespoke jewellery.

The art of bespoke enables a designer to weave a customer’s personal experiences into a piece, making it unique to them. It’s something that Harriet has years of experience in, but never has she made a piece more personal to her than the Chain of Hope pendant which supports  the charitable work of her heart surgeon Mr Francis Wells. Mr Wells has worked with the Chain of Hope charity since 2010, helping young children in developing countries receive the same life changing surgery that saved Harriet.

Harriet’s beautiful heart shaped pendant has a woven design with an interlinking chain representing the various communities helping and supporting each child. The pendant can be worn in a variety of ways and is available with or without a beautiful invisibly-set diamond.

HK Bespoke Jewellery is proud to support the Chain of Hope charity through the sale of these stunning pendants with a donation from each one sold. Please follow the link below to purchase your Chain of Hope, and help a child undergo a life-saving operation.