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Sparkle in the sun: perfect holiday jewellery picks

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Posted by , 25th April, 2017

Whether you’re jetting off someplace exotic or staying local, where there is sun, bright and jovial jewellery should always follow. From simple minimalist pieces that will take you with ease from day to evening, to brightly bejewelled animals sure to make an impact, we’ve picked out the best bespoke jewellery for your holiday this season. So bright and unique, you’ll never forget to pack these incredible works of art in your suitcase.

This sleek friendship bracelet features a curved bar in turquoise gemstone, elegantly set on the rope chain. Featuring toggle slides to easily adjust the chain’s length for a comfortable fit, you can make it your own. Plus, stacked with other bracelets from the Linear, or your own personal, collection get a fresh new look and trendiest a new colour combination. The brilliant bright turquoise blue of the stone adds a splash of colour and vibrancy to any outfit, and would offset your tan perfectly and match appropriately with the sea.

bespoke jewelleryMonica Vinader
Linear Stone Bracelet
£195 >

This petite circular pendant in 18 carat Gold Vermeil is a perfect charm to wear every day. With the appearance of an antique coin, it makes something special out of something so simple. It would make a wonderful pair with a colourful gemstone pendant to give a stunning contrast and an added boost in effect. Wear with a plunge neck evening dress for a statement look.

bespoke jewelleryMonica Vinader
Mini Marie Pendant
£85 >

Perfect for the minimalist, or those with aspirations to be. The ultimate and iconic friendship bracelet is available from the brand a mix of colours and finishes including cord, chain and diamonds. Our choice is the 18ct yellow gold vermeil, but all are firm favourites in the collection of many a fashionista. Sure to be well-worn, due to it neutral colour, this piece can be dressed up or down dependent on the occasion, but would go perfectly with a simple, white crisp shirt and rolled-up faded jeans.

bespoke jewelleryMonica Vinader
Fiji Chain Bracelet
£195 >

These standout Siren Cocktail Earrings are the perfect accessory to make a statement, and are reminiscent of a bygone era, with illusions to 1940’s film star glamour. The rich colour of the Green Onyx stone is beautifully contrasted against the Gold Plated Vermeil, exuding a summery vibe whatever the weather forecast.

bespoke jewellery Monica Vinader
Siren Cocktail Earrings
£395 >

This season Mulberry has taken inspiration from the culture and style of British schools, but this earring is far from the typically unstylish uniforms. Be at the forefront of style with this pulled paper clip earring, part of the collection’s playful reinvention of everyday objects into stylish jewellery.

bespoke jewelleryMulberry
Large Paper Clip Earrings
£250 >

This stunning ring features at its centre a vibrant Burmese ruby, the deep hue enhanced by the fine yellow gold setting. This exquisite piece of jewellery was designed and crafted at the Pragnell workshop using stones sourced by our experienced gemologists. Bring out your confidence and pair this with a bright floral dress. Small but certainly not subtle.

bespoke jewelleryGeorge Pragnell
Burmese Oval Ruby Ring
Price on enquiry >

Designed to create a dramatic presence, this ring is formed from a beautiful and angular diamond shaped core. The pairing of the classic freshwater pearl and fierce contemporary design makes this ring an ideal everyday piece. Pair with a white linen dress to exude simple (and practically cool) elegance.

bespoke jewellerySammie Jo Coxon
Colligat Ring
£1,860 >

These beautiful Fruit Bat Earrings are inspired by the designer’s love of flora and fauna, particularly that found in the tropics of Brazil. Crafted in 18 carat gold, these one-of-a-kind earrings have been articulated and hand-painted in green enamel to give the appearance of a small bat swinging in the branches of a ripe fruit tree. The asymmetrical design only adds to the uniqueness of the piece.

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Tessa Packard
Fruit Bat Earring
£14,000 >

An exceptional diamond necklace in rose gold featuring a range of diamond cuts and colours. The necklace is expertly handcrafted, and flows effortlessly around the neck with its natural design and shape. Each leaf catches the light in an exquisite way. Each piece is handcrafted in George Pragnall’s workshop, so you can be assured that the most exacting standards are met and the piece comes with the highest level of finish.

bespoke jewelleryGeorge Pragnall
Rough Diamonds necklace
Price on enquiry >

These gold, ruby and diamond clip earrings are a perfect exhibition of 1960’s glamour, so would work well with a pale pink mohair jumper and cropped, fitted trousers, but their versatility means they would pair perfectly with a black evening dress too. These diamond and ruby earrings are bold and instantly flattering.

bespoke jewelleryKnightsbridge Rocks
Ruby and Diamond Gold Earrings
£990 >

A fiery addition to Annoushka from the collection of her guest designer, Lydia Courteille’s Gardens of Xochimilco. These earrings are inspired by her first trip abroad to Mexico. Orange sapphires, tsavorites and black onyx are wonderfully set around six striking fire opals, and make these bird shaped earrings truly stunning works of art. The source of inspiration is clearly communicated to every onlooker, recalling the warm heat of the sun, the fun of holidays, and moments of joy.

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Annoushka
Lydia Courteille Xochimilco Earrings
£19,000 >

This octopus pendant is crafted with a remarkable 779 stones including sapphires, tsavorites, diamonds and an opal. This characterful Octopus playfully flicks his tentacles as he suspends from a piece of green algae. There is an enigmatic and magical mood created by the compilation of these stones, and provides a perfect twist of elegance and fun.

bespoke jewelleryAnnoushka
Lydia Courteille Deep Sea Pendant
£25,000 >

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