Following the recent IJL case show (International Jewellery London) we have found a common thread in the trends for jewellery this autumn; colourful, circular and inspired by nature.
The originally Sri Lankan semi precious gemstone, tourmaline, comes in an array of colours; according to egyptian folklore, this is due to the journey of the stone towards the earth’s crust, where it passed through a rainbow, thus assuming all of the colours – therefore adding a bold splash of colour to any piece of jewellery!
For example this South Sea Pearl & Tourmaline ‘Gift of Life’ Necklace is a statement piece to be reckoned with, brightening up any outfit in the impending winter blues, and is bang on trend.
Early scientists believed that there was something intrinsically “divine” or “perfect” that could be found in circles, a phenomenon that has been translated widely into the jewellery world.
Pearl studs are a traditional take on circular jewellery. This Silver Swirl Rondel Ring takes the traditional circle and gives it a modern twist (literally)…
The word nature is derived from the Latin word natura, which in ancient times, literally meant “birth”.
This Floral felt bracelet with pearl details is from the “secret garden collection” which embodies the “birth” of foliage in a chic and wearable context.
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