Five fun jewels to brighten up autumn

This gorgeous bouquet of jewellery is sure to inspire some spirited accessorising.

By Carolyn Meers 26/03/2017

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. (

Suzanne Syz

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. (

John Hardy

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." (

Roberto Coin

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. (

Margot McKinney

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. (


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