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21 High Cross Street, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 1RP

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  • Chamilia Summer Sale
  • Roberto Giannotti Angeli
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We’re Kairos Jewellery

Time and fashion meet at Kairos Jewellery, a small independent jewellers located in the picturesque small market town of Brampton in Cumbria, 10 miles from Carlisle and not far from the Hadrian's Wall.

Kairos Jewellery stock many jewellery brands including Buddha to Buddha, Roberto Giannotti, Chamilia, Trollbeads, Jo for girls, Heartbreaker by Drachenfels and many more.

As well as bringing you top brands online we have much more for you in store. Find out more about us on Facebook and the special events we have throughout the year. We also do clock, watch and jewellery repairs as well as ear-piercing. Dottie, our four-legged member of staff ensures we are a dog-friendly shop!

Kairos was the greek god of opportunity, the youngest divine son of Zeus. He was depicted as a youth with a long lock of hair hanging down from his forehead. From Aesop's Fables: "Running swiftly, balancing on the razor's edge, bald but with a lock of hair on his forehead, he wears no clothes; if you grasp him from the front, you might be able to hold him, but once he has moved on not even Jupiter himself can pull him back: this is a symbol of Opportunity, the brief moment in which things are possible."

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Introducing the New Chamilia 2015 Summer Collection….

Posted on 20/04/15

Introducing the New Chamilia 2015 Summer Collection….

Palm trees, ocean breeze, salty air, sun kissed hair. Every summer has a story… let Chamilia be part of yours….

April sees the launch of Chamilia’s 2015 Summer Collection. This is their second release of the year and includes charms celebrating family, friends, graduation and summer.…

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Kairos was the greek god of opportunity, the youngest divine son of Zeus. He was depicted as a youth with a long lock of hair hanging down from his forehead. From Aesop's Fables:
"Running swiftly, balancing on the razor's edge, bald but with a lock of hair on his forehead, he wears no clothes; if you grasp him from the front, you might be able to hold him, but once he has moved on not even Jupiter himself can pull him back: this is a symbol of Opportunity, the brief moment in which things are possible."