Around a hundred pieces of jewellery sold
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Around a hundred pieces of jewellery sold

Thanks to the agreement signed with Pons & Bartumeu maintenance work has been carried out at the site.

Since the beginning of the campaign around a hundred pieces of the jewellery collection that Pons & Bartumeu designed taking inspiration from the key discovered at the Margineda site.
In December 2018 this magnificent collection, baptised with the name of La Margineda, Medieval jewels 1315 was presented. There are pieces in pink gold, white diamonds and brown diamonds as well as the less costly version in silver. The collection is mainly made up of necklaces, medallions, rings and earrings but also to be found are key- rings and tie pins. All these pieces were inspired by the iron key dating from the first half of the 14th century and which was recovered in the course of the dig at the Margineda site. It is a beautiful key that sets off the magnificent craftsmanship in iron, typical of that time.

Since its presentation up to today, over a hundred pieces have been sold. This has undoubtably been a great sucess taking into consideration that we have experienced a pandemic and many stores were forced to remain closed for a few months.
Thanks to the collaboration agreement signed by Pons & Bartumeu and Casa Molines a part of the profits from the sale of this collection is destined to the recuperation and maintenance of the Margineda site. At the end of 2021 an important clear up was undertaken with the felling of several storm damaged trees which constituted a danger for the medieval site. Less important work has been carried out that has helped towards the maintenance and spread of publicity about the Margineda site.
The collection of La Margineda, Medieval Jewels 1315 is still on sale. An original, elegant gift, a sketch of our history in jewellery, available at Pons & Bartumeu from 188 euros.

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