Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn!

Coleman Douglas Pearls
It’s that time of year again when everyone begins to swop over their wardrobes.
The vibrant greens are being pushed aside to make way for the rich deep colours or red, honey yellow and crisp brown.

Our ‘Fruits of the Forest’ collection is inspired by this season, drawing on the theme of abundant natural luxury.
The collection combines materials that are sensuous to the touch – polished olive & ebony wood, raw amber and leafy clusters of freshwater pearls.

Coleman Douglas PearlsThe colours used are fresh and warm – copper, burnt amber, pale peach & warm pink, blueberry black, and fresh tree bark colours, drawing on inspiration from fruits of the forest.
The collection is evocative of all that is natural, returning to the roots of wholesome enjoyment and known comforts.

Coleman Douglas PearlsAnother collection that has been inspired by the Autumnal colours and textures as well as ethnic and Edwardian themes is our ‘Native‘ collection. The pearl designs are the embodiment of sensuality and elegance.
The ethnic versatility of the amber lasso complements and contrasts with the Edwardian chokers and bracelets. The collection is light and warm and utterly irresistible.

If you have some Amber jewellery atColeman Douglas Pearls home that you don’t wear anymore please bring it into our Pearl Showroom where you can sit down with our Pearl Specialist and Designer, Chrissie Douglas, and re-design the jewellery. Alternatively you could take advantage of our Bespoke service. To find out more about our services please visit our website or call us on 020 7373 3369.

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