Loquet X The Wild at Heart Foundation

Loquet X The Wild at Heart Foundation

Loquet X The Wild at Heart Foundation

June, 09 2017

Wild at Heart Foundation are thrilled to announce our latest partnership with Loquet London, a luxury jewelry label that allows the wearer to create their own bespoke locket using charms and precious gems.

Loquet have produced an exclusive dog charm collection with 10% of all dog charm sales dedicated to funding and supporting our projects worldwide. The eight piece collection is made from 18 carat solid gold and features designs from popular breeds such as Labrador, Dachshund, and Terrier.

Loquet London is a British luxury jewellery concept created by Sheherazade Goldsmith with Laura Bailey that launched in June 2013. As proud dog owners themselves, Wild at Heart Foundation is a charity close to Loquet founder’s hearts. Sheherazade and Laura’s hearts: “Sheherazade and I are crazy about our beloved dogs so this collaboration honours Lucky & Frankie as well as our friends & clients who’ve been clamouring for canine Loquet treasures, whilst proudly supporting the brilliant and inspiring Wild at Heart Foundation.” –Laura Bailey

Check out the full collection here!


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