Five fun jewels to brighten up autumn
This gorgeous bouquet of jewellery is sure to inspire some spirited accessorising.
Autumn is here, and this gorgeous bouquet of jewellery is sure to inspire some spirited accessorising for the season.
Tiffany & Co.
This bracelet (above, price available upon request) from the most recent Blue Book Collection from Tiffany & Co. is layered with fine, palm-like fronds, each covered in bright green tsavorites and yellow sapphires — it would be perfectly paired with a colourful, tropical-print dress at a springtime fête. (tiffany.com)
They might be called the "Heartbreaker" earrings (price upon request), but we've got nothing but love for this exquisite Suzanne Syz creation — a dazzling cascade of hand-carved peridot leaves hang from two mandarin garnets, their subtle movement calls to mind a cool springtime breeze. (suzannesyz.ch)
John Hardy's handcrafted, one-of-a-kind designs marry earthy, bohemian themes with refined materials, as shown with this 18-karat gold Bamboo Pebble bracelet, $US48,000 (about $A62,960) with green turquoise, tourmaline, and radiant white moonstone. It's part of Hardy's Cinta collection — the Balinese word for "love." (johnhardy.com)
Each design from Roberto Coin's Garden Collection captures a dynamic springtime moment. This ring, $US29,000 (about $A38,040); available by special order) highlights a luscious morganite stone surrounded by a menagerie of garden creatures, from golden caterpillars and black spinel-studded butterflies to amethyst-dotted berries. (robertocoin.com)
This sophisticated ebony cuff featuring two cacholong blossoms and white diamonds, $US19,950 (about $A26,170) is from Australian jeweller Margot McKinney, who is best known for balancing vivacious, imaginative gems in bold designs inspired by plant and sea life. (margotmckinney.com)
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