Unforgettable jewellery to gift on Mother’s Day

Six stylish and beautiful jewellery gifts that are sure to win mum’s heart.

By Carolyn Meers 13/05/2017

For this Mother's Day, we decided to re-imagine the traditional go-tos — flowers, wine, bow-topped presents — into unique jewellery designs. Here we highlight six stylish, non-perishable presents that are sure to win mum's heart …


Invest in a bouquet that never wilts — Alison Lou's crimson rosebud ring is crafted from bright red enamel and sits on a 14-karat-gold band, $US1165 (about $A1575).

Luisa Bernardes and Nuno Pestana from NOL Jewellers used golden jade and green opal to craft their bright blossom (price upon request). (noljewellers.com) (alisonlou.com)

Rose gold

Rosé is grand, but rose gold is a treat that will bring smiles long after a Sunday brunch.

Instead, consider Roberto Coin's lacy, 18-karat rose-gold New Barocco collar necklace, which is fringed with more than 3 carats of white diamonds $US33,080 (about $A44,730), or John Hardy's 18-karat rose-gold bracelet, $US19,500 (about $A26,365), a modern take on the traditional chain-link design. (robertocoin.com) (johnhardy.com)


Lavishly looped bows on Mother's Day gifts are beautiful to behold — make the look last with these gorgeous gem-studded ribbons; Colette's artfully undone 18-karat-gold bow earrings are covered with 3 carats of white diamonds, $US16,905 (about $A22,860), and this charmingly off-centre vintage bow by Shay, $US32,550 (about $A44,000) dates back to 1915. (shayfinejewelry.com) (colettejewelry.com)


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