Bellaflora will host an exhibition of Willy Miller jewellery this Saturday night.

Willy Miller Jewellery Collection Show coming to Nelson

Bellaflora will host a special one-night-only exhibition of jewellery from the Willy Miller Collection this Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m.

Bellaflora will host a special one-night-only exhibition of jewellery from the Willy Miller Collection this Saturday from 6 to 10 p.m.

Kenneth William Miller, the face behind the Willy Miller Collection, has been designing in the fashion and jewellery industry for more years than he will care to admit.

For the last decade he has been creating one of a kind gold and silver wrapped jewellery. In his travels he has amassed a collection of fine gemstones and vintage treasures, which he weaves into each piece.

The 70-piece Willy Miller Collection, coming to Bellaflora, is comprised of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, cufflinks and exotic headpieces and features jewellery for men, women and children alike. You can expect to see a myriad of inspiration in this collection, from the opulence of Art Deco to the raw power of rough stones.

There will also be special entertainment guests and a charity raffle during the exhibition.

Don’t miss this exciting evening of mischievous delights on April 19. Bellaflora is located at 621 Herridge Lane.

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