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WIN £1000 To Spend On Vintage Jewellery

We’re magpies here at Citizen Femme, and always in-the-know about where to source unique pieces for our jewellery collections.

Dedicated to giving new life to precious objects and curating an inspiring selection of pre-owned pieces, Omnēque, the hottest online market place right now, is the true home of jewellery, offering a range of services from sourcing, remodelling and bespoke commissions.

We have teamed up with them to give you the chance to win £1,000 to spend on their lust-worthy jewellery collection. Some of our favourite pieces on their website for after-dark dressing include YSL’s Rare XL Heart Earrings and Christian Dior’s Blue Stone Necklace. For everyday pieces – with lots of flair – we love these Chanel’s Pearl Earrings, and this Iconic Chanel Matelasse CC Cuff.



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From 80s oversized earrings to monogrammed bracelets, and with pieces from luxury fashion houses including Chanel, Dior and Yves Saint Laurent, Omnēque truly offers something for every occasion, and pieces you will treasure forever. Enter to add some elite finishing touches to your wardrobe.


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Omnēque founder, Amanda Zuydervelt, first saw the beauty of craftsmanship when she witnessed her mother remodelling two quite ordinary rings into a single ring: it became a treasured piece that people talked about. As an entrepreneur and businesswoman, she saw a gap in the market for a specialist vintage and antique jewellery website. With previous experience working for Richemont in watches and jewellery, it seemed like a natural progression to set up Omnēque – and to build a business that reflected her passion and knowledge for jewellery, while supporting a circular economy.

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