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Jessica Florence Jewellery Showcased in Scotland on Sunday

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This weekend’s Scotland on Sunday magazine ‘Spectrum’ featured a profile on Jessica Florence Jewellery. The magazine interviewed Jessica Florence Jewellery creator Paula Gibson about her interest in designing jewellery from an early age as well as what prompted her to start the business.

The above is a photograph of coverage in Spectrum published by The Scotsman.

In the interview, Paula Gibson talks about the inspiration of her family on creating the jewellery business. From the company name being inspired by the name of her maternal grandmother and her sister through to her paternal grandmother, Mollie, leaving Paula a jewellery box of trinkets, the Jessica Florence Jewellery brand has a lot of personal meaning for Paula.

Paula also highlights the Martina range of bracelets which she describes as her favourite pieces at the moment. These were bracelets that she recommended as an accompaniment to the recently released Apple Watches and are available in 9ct gold and sterling silver with blue, green, pink or red Swarovski crystals.

This Spectrum interview follows recent coverage of Jessica Florence Jewellery in the April edition of Scottish Wedding Directory magazine. That publication is regarded as the ultimate go-to guide for brides getting married in Scotland.

Their latest edition showcased a new collection from Jessica Florence Jewellery. That collection is inspired by the way frost crystallises and forms clusters on delicate cobwebs and grasses in the meadows of the Scottish countryside.

Commenting, Jessica Florence Jewellery Director Paula Gibson said:

“I am really pleased with the feature on the Jessica Florence Jewellery brand in this past weekend’s ‘Spectrum’ magazine.”

“2015 has already been a very exciting year for me. I have been very busy at wedding fayres across Dumfries and Galloway, have a new website up and running and have received a number of orders including many requests for bespoke jewellery.”

“It was a great feeling to see my jewellery featured in a two page spread in the magazine of one of Scotland’s leading Sunday newspapers. It is fantastic exposure for my range of products and I’ve had several orders since the magazine came out.”

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