More is more!
As we slowly come out of lockdown and increasingly social gatherings are allowed, we find our customers looking to exciting, more exuberant designs. Perfect examples are Simon Harrison's elaborate pieces each with a gorgeous tale to tell.
It is as if they are an antidote to the thin gold bangles, slim rings and architectural earrings which have been so popular for the past ten years and were a sensible option during successive lockdowns. No need to ditch them just yet - you can keep these looking current by layering up for maximum effect, like Nicole van der Wolf's Shipshape necklaces. Or double up a long necklace for maximum impact like Ursula Muller's square necklace pictured below.
Many of us crave a return to normalcy, including the opportunity to socialise and dress to show off. These eye catching pieces are perfect for the inevitable selfies and group shots that ensue as we get together again after a long hiatus. Have a look at Angela Hubel's versatile sandwich earrings.
Quality is still important, but it takes a backseat to the overall look and feel of a piece. Good examples are Jane Moore’s silver on cord necklaces and bold enamels on colourful spiral necklaces pictured here.
But even some of our fine jewellers like Cassie McCann and Stephanie Robinson are showing bolder designs in their new collections. Cassie's Medusa earrings are simply exquisite. And we love Stephanie's very unusual enhydro quartz ring. Click the images to find out more.
Book your appointment to see any of the pieces mentioned here - and more!