Clogau Gold TSV item for QVCThis Wednesday – August 18 – we’ll be appearing on QVC 5 times throughout the day, offering you a unique chance to get your hands on some exclusive QVC-only Clogau Gold items at reduced prices. You can tune-in at these times:

12am-1am
12pm-1pm
4pm-5pm
7pm-8pm
11pm-12pm

Tune in to QVC

Freeview – channel 16
Freesat – channel 800
Sky – channel 640
Virgin TV – channel 740

“Today’s Special Value” item

During every Clogau show, QVC offer viewers the chance to purchase a special item at a discounted price. This is called the “Today’s Special Value” item, which is the ring you see on the right.

This unique ring features three bands of solid 9ct gold – two rose gold bands on the outside and a yellow gold band running through the centre. Together, these three bands represent three interconnected aspects to your life – health, love and happiness.

With little twists and turns, stops and starts, each band traces your own unique personal evolution through life. Wearing the ring will remind you of all the memories, people and emotions of your journey, as the design mimics the way each event is connected to the other, creating a unique life tapestry that is your own.

The handcraftsmanship is exceptional – it’s a ring that you could stare at all day long and never get tired of appreciating.

Its beauty, detail, and meaning have such significance and impact – everyone who sees it will go ‘wow!’ It is sure to be a talking point with friends, family and admirers.

As soon as you hold it, you are immediately struck by how substantial it feels and how much gold you are getting for your money. It has that reassuring weighty feel that lets you know that you’re wearing a genuine high quality piece of jewellery that is as solid as it is beautiful.

As with every piece of Clogau Gold, each ring contains a touch of one of the most sought-after and expensive golds on earth – rare Welsh gold from the Snowdonia mountains. This is the same gold that has been used in generations of Royal Family wedding rings – since 1921 in fact.

Written by Rachel Roberts

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