Beneke Beloved


Introducing the brand new preloved recycling scheme 

One of the biggest inspirations behind Beneke Jewellery pieces is the natural world and so as a brand Beneke was created ensuring that we have as positive an impact on the earth as much as we draw our inspiartion from it. 

Unfortunatley, often with costume jewellery a large quanity of it ends up in landfill following the idea of 'throw-away fashion' and we want to do something to change that, giving new life to the pieces you no longer want.

 This is where Beneke Beloved comes in!

We want your old jewellery, the pieces you no longer wear, love or feel as though need a new lease of life! 

We are accepting the following pieces and more -

  • Broaches
  • Necklaces 
  • Charm Earrings 
  • Dangly Earrings 
  • Pendant Necklaces
  • Bracelets
  • Anklets
  • Beads
  • Sterling Silver and Solid Gold 
  • Plated Jewellery that hasnt tarnished
  • Enamelled Jewellery
  • Pearls (Freshwater and Synthetic)
  • Shell Jewellery
  • Natural Stone Beads/ Charms
At this time we are unfortunatley not able to accept rings or tarnished pieces (we are however able to accept non tarnished pendants on tarnished chains)
Please remember however that your tarnished pieces can be replated by some jewellery repair comapanies and is always the better option than disposing of them!
In exchange for your old jewellery you will recieve a £10 gift card to spend on new Beneke Jewellery - less waste and more sparkles 
Your old jewellery will be given new leases of life and transformed into higher quality jewellery such as necklaces, anklets and bracelets available for purchase on the website 

 20% of all the profits from our Beloved Beneke pieces will be donated to the 'Friend Of The Earth' non profit climate control organisation "Dedicated to protecting the natural world and the wellbeing of everyone in it" 

Our postbox is now open to accept your preloved pieces. To start a jewellery submission please email images of what is being sent to us at-

We look forward to creating a newer and greener future for jewellery sustainability with you 


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