Who doesn’t want something new and sparkly, especially when that sparkle is a diamond? Whether it’s a new statement ring, or a stand-out necklace, here is the latest must-have jewellery on the market right now…
Like the collectible toys that kids buy from the newsagent’s, De Grisogono’s Crazymals come with their own crib sheets. Complete with name, personality and distinguishing features – but that’s where the similarities stop. Because despite the undeniable humour behind them (a joint-puffing Koala, anyone?), these are still proper jewels made entirely from 18kt gold. Diamonds, sapphires and tsavorites with touches of opal and onyx. Seriously silly fun, get it here, POA.
DROP IT LIKE IT’S HOT
There are plenty of beautiful pieces designed by Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe in Georg Jensen’s archives, but the Dew Drop necklace is one of the most iconic. A simple torque, with a detachable pendant, the new version with a smooth, oversized smoky quartz crystal has ‘classic’ written all over it. Get it here for £1,770.
Newcomer Raliegh Goss’s tribal-inspired Shield necklace in 18kt gold may look simple, but team it with a strapless black dress and you’ve got a killer look. The Shield collection also encompasses earrings and a bracelet in white or yellow gold, for when a less bold look is required. Get it here for £5,900.
COLOUR ME HAPPY
London jeweller Glenn Spiro has always had an affinity for bold colours. Whether that’s achieved via vibrantly-hued gemstones or various shades of titanium. His new Summer Garden collection for G London is a veritable rainbow of tones, pitching a coloured gemstone on a brilliant enamel-enhanced ring for a playful take on the traditional solitaire ring. Get them here, POA.
OVER THE MOONSTONE
Jewellery lovers will be thrilled to hear that New York designer Susan Foster’s beautiful work is now to be stocked in the Luxury Jewellery Room at Harrods in London. And not just her signature pieces, but a range of exclusive rings like this cabochon moonstone ring encircled with diamonds and emeralds. Foster’s knack for using less obvious gemstones is her point of difference, and her collection is well worth the trip to Knightsbridge to see for yourself.