The Rugby World Cup is taking place very soon and we have a competition in partnership with The London Silver Company just for you!
Three pins have been designed that will be a great asset to any rugby fan and come presented in a beautiful presentation box with its own hologram. These collections are only being produced in limited numbers for a limited time only so be sure to make your purchase soon. Alternatively, you could win one!
This stunning lapel pin, the one we have to give away, carries the official England Rugby rose logo and will smarten up any outfit. Beautifully handmade in 925 sterling silver with hand painted red enamel rose petals, it comes packaged in a gift box featuring the team’s official logo. This small lapel pin retails at £50.
If you aren’t an England fan, there are other pins for you too. The sterling silver lapel pin comes complete with the Welsh Rugby Prince of Wales feathers emblem, which has been hand painted in red enamel and weighs 4g. This will make a big style impact as an essential accessory for any woman or man. This pin is priced at an affordable £35.
Create a WOW with the official All Blacks fern pin. It’s ideal for every day wear, not just for a Rugby World Cup celebration. The pin comes gift boxed complete with official New Zealand Rugby Union hologram and priced at £49.50.
For more details on the Rugby World Cup 2015 range of accessories please visit www.thelondonsilvercompany.com.
IN the meantime though, why not enter the giveaway so you can win the England Lapel Pin – and show your allegiance proudly! As usual, entry is simple though the Gleam widget below, and you can win extra entries for sharing the giveaway; and your friends entering too.
As always, the standard terms and conditions for our giveaways apply, and we have other great chances for you to win in our competition section, so why not nip over there too? The closing date for this competition is Thursday 5th November at 11.59pm – so hurry. The perfect gift for any sports fan out there, and a great way to remember the country hosting a great global event – the biggest thing to happen in the UK since the Olympics in 2012!