LJW13: MY FAVOURITE GEMS (Part 2)

Some more gems from the London Jewellery Show for you.

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Pearl and Queenie is a label with a quintessential British look. Classically timeless pieces such as pearl of heart earrings and cameo necklaces are mixed in with British Country-chic  in form of the Equestrian Treasures Collection which features Horseshoe Earrings, Stallion Medallions and bold Bull Skull Necklaces.

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Images: Pearl & Queenie

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It is clear to see that Irish designer Chloe Townsend  is deeply inspired by nature. The delicately hand crafted pieces encapsulate the shapes and lines of willow trees and flowers and the movements and patterns of rain.  If your after fine minimalistic pieces then Willow & Clo is the label for you.

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Images: Willow & Clo

My favourite thing about the label is that the pieces come not only in Yellow Gold but also my summer crush, Rose Gold .  One piece I have my eye on at the moment is this Rose Gold Twig chain ring . It combines my two loves Rose Gold and versatility;  as I can wear the ring either with the twig side showing or the chain side. It just depends what other rings I have stacked beside it that day!

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Twig Chain Ring: Willow & Clo
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Flore Ring: Kat & Bee
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Kat and Bee rings evoke the coolness and edge of the surrounds they were created in; the hip and fashionable East London.  These rings are a web of texture & colour, excitement & chaos. In cages of fine Sterling Silver and 14ct Gold wire your eye will be tantalised by stardust beads, pearls, black onyx , moonstones  fimo flowers and sometimes nestled amongst all this is designers Kat Barry ‘s trademark miniature skull.

I am completely lusting after ALL the rings from the Kat & Bee collections.

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Images: Kat & Bee

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