Shop sells advent calendar worth £24,000 styled after Chatsworth House

Is this the fanciest advent calendar ever? Jeweller releases £20,000 festive gift set containing £24,000 worth of treats including 18ct gold earrings and a Fabergé candle – in a box modelled on Chatsworth House

  • British jeweller C W  Sellors advertising luxury advent calendar worth £24,000
  • Pricey gift styled after Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, and contains 24 items 
  • Includes silver and 18ct golds jewels, a Faberge candle, a diffuser and dry gin 

This could be what you get the woman who has everything for Christmas… a £20,000 advent calendar.

C W Sellors, a jeweller with several shops around the country, is selling a luxury advent calendar containing 24 pieces of jewellery worth £24,000 – at the reduced price of £20,000. 

The Chatsworth Winnats Luxury Jewellery and Gift Advent Calendar S220 is styled after Chatsworth House, in Derbyshire, the home of the Duke of Devonshire. 

The items, which include earrings, pendants, bracelet and more, were hand selected by Rebecca Sellors, who grew up in the family business, which was founded in 1979.  

C W Sellors told Femail the brand enjoys a ‘special relationship’ with Chatsworth House, but have produced the calendar themselves.  

The impressive white and gold calendar is a realistic rendition of the Duke of Devonshire’s Derbyshire home  

Derbyshire jeweller C W Sellor are selling a £20,000 advent calendar this year, styled after Derbyshire’s Chatsworth House, pictured

The luxury calendar contains festive accessories, including this silver snowflake pendant and matching earrings, pictured 

Contents of the C W Sellors’ Chatsworth Winnats Luxury Jewellery and Gift Advent Calendar S220

Christmas Medium Sterling Silver CZ White MOP Double Snowflake Pendant and Drop Earrings

Christmas Large Sterling Silver Yellow Gold Plated Zig Zag Pendant 

Christmas Small Sterling Silver Yellow Gold Plated Reindeer Pendant and Drop Earrings 

Sterling Silver Yellow Gold Vermeil My Last Rolo

9ct Yellow Gold Derbyshire Blue John 6mm Classic Round Stud Earrings

18ct Yellow Gold Diamond Medium Cross Heart Pendant

18ct White Gold Diamond Round Cluster Pendant

18ct White Gold Diamond Round Cluster Stud Earrings

Faberge Candle

Blossom 18ct Rose Gold Whitby Jet Diamond Double Sided Heart Pendant 

Blossom 18ct Rose Gold Whitby Jet Diamond Double Sided Heart Drop Earrings 

December Birth Stone 18ct White Gold Bezel Set Tanzanite 0.46ct Pendant 

December Birth Stone 18ct White Gold Bezel Set Tanzanite 0.50ct Stud Earrings

18ct White Gold Diamond Flower Pendant (0.16ct) 

18ct White Gold Diamond Flower Stud Earrings (0.25ct)

C W Sellors Peak Heritage Diffuser 

18ct Yellow Gold 12mm White Pearl Necklet

18ct Yellow Gold 6mm White Pearl Studs 

18ct Yellow Gold 6mm Round White Pearl Bead Bracelet

9ct Yellow Gold Whitby Jet Bloom Small Leaf Clover Ball Edge Pendant

Lapidarist Dry Gin Limited Edition 5cl 

Bloom 9ct Yellow Gold Whitby Jet Four Leaf Clover Ball Edge Chain Bracelet

Flore Filigree Small Sterling Silver Derbyshire Blue John Droplet Pendant

Faberge 18ct White Gold Derbyshire Blue John Limited Edition Pendant 

A description on the retailer’s website reads: ‘Not just for Christmas, the box will make the most beautiful jewellery box and a year round adornment to your dressing table.

‘The contents of this luxurious advent calendar are worth £24,070 but it’s available to purchase for £20,000, saving you £4,070.’

Among the pricey items, jewellery lovers will find 18ct gold earrings and bracelet as well as white gold pendants. 

It also includes lifestyle items such as a diffuser and a limited edition bottle of Lapidarist dry gin. 

The pricey calendar contains 24 items, including a 5cl limited edition bottle of Lapidarist dry gin, pictured

The calendar can serve as a (rather large) jewellery box styled after Chatsworth house and contains a selection of pendants and earrings

The calendar contains festive jewellery, including a silver snowflake pendant, a reindeer necklace and a December birth stone 18ct pendant, all coming with matching earrings. 

The gift set also contains a zig zag pendant, a golden ‘last Rolo’, a golden cross heart pendant, cluster pendant, cluster stud earrings and a Faberge candle.

Also in the box is a gold Whitby double-sided pendant, Whitby diamond earrings, a flower pendant and earrings, a diffuser, a pearl necklet, pear stud earrings and bracelet, a clover leaf pendant and Lapidarist Dry Gin Limited Edition.

Pictured: 18ct White Gold Diamond Round Cluster pendant included in the calendar that comes with matching earrings 

A bloom 9ct Yellow Gold Whitby Jet Four Leaf Clover Ball Edge Chain Bracelet also included among the pieces of jewellery in the calendar 

Blue John stud earring, pictured, made of a semi-precious gem discovered by the Romans in Derbyshire and made world-famous in the 18th century 

And also included is a Whitby four leaf clover bracelet, a Derbyshire Blue John stud earrings, filigree silver Derbyshire Blue John Droplet Pendant and a Faberge 18ct White Gold Derbyshire Blue John Limited Edition Pendant.

Blue John is a semi-precious gem found in Derbyshire that was first discovered by the Romans. 

Made world-famous by Mathew Boulton in the late 18th century, the name ‘Blue John’ is believed to come from the French ‘Bleu et Jaune’, meaning ‘blue and yellow.’ 

The calendar description adds: ‘All articles will be lovingly and securely dispatched with the advent calendar.’ 

C W Sellors has shops in Chesterfield and Bakewell and all the jewellery is handcrafted in the UK.  

The white and gold calendar can be kept as a way of organising your jewellery thanks to the boxes 

The grand calendar’s content was hand-selected by Rebecca Sellors, who grew up in the family business 

The C W Sellor Chatsworth House calendar, pictured, includes a Faberge candle and a Faberge 18ct White Gold Derbyshire Blue John Limited Edition Pendant

Pictured, the 18ct Yellow Gold 12mm White Pearl Necklet that comes in the calendar with pearl studs and a pearl bead bracelet 

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