Instagram Competition / #StackItUpForHQM



There is nothing that we love more than seeing people wearing their jewellery every day! 
Here at Harlequin Market we have just received a large collection of Bakelite bangles and spacers direct from 
the USA, and of course we are having the best time trying them on, stacking them up and mixing up
 colours and textures.  Some of our clients have added some great new pieces to their 
collections and other clients have had just as much fun starting their 
collection by purchasing their first few.
We are very excited to announce that we are running an 
Instagram competition for our Bakelite fans!  

Win 2 Bakelite Spacer Bangles!

To enter, simply follow these instructions: 

Follow @HarlequinMarket on Instagram

Post a NEW photo or REGRAM an old one showing us your favourite armload of 

bakelite bangles and spacers. 

If you don't currently own any Bakelite, be creative with your own bracelets and bangles. 

Gold, silver, plastic, beaded etc.

Be creative with colours, sizes and textures. Have fun!

Photos that were posted before the contest start date will not be eligible to win.

Use the hashtag #stackitupforhqm

Tag @HarlequinMarket in the photo


You will automatically be entered and your Instagram photo when you use the hashtag #stackitupforhqm 

Contest ends July 9th at 11:59pm.

Winner will be announced on Friday July 10th. 







Here are some examples of our favourite bakelite 

armloads from Instagram.


Bakeliet Stacks



Image via @LEFTEYEL1SA 

Bakeliet Stacks | Leona Edmiston


Bakeliet Stacks | Leona Edmiston


Leona Edmiston is one of our great Bakelite clients. She has purchased many pieces of jewellery 

over the years and has often mentioned Harlequin Market as one of her favourite places to shop in Sydney.


"I also love Harlequin Market nearby in Cross Street Arcade. 

Each piece in Harlequin Market is carefully selected

by the owner and many are one-of-a-kind

and cannot be found anywhere else. "

Read the article here

Bakeliet Stacks


Bakeliet Stacks



View our collection of Bakelite jewellery here


Read Bruna Harrison's previous blog post on the history and collectibility here