Vote now for your winner of RJ Editor's Pick
Retail Jeweller has announced the five finalists of it’s The Jewellery Show London Editor’s Pick competition and is now accepting votes for the winner.
The magazine encouraged brands and designers taking part in The Jewellery Show London (JSL), which takes place tomorrow and on Wednesday at Somerset House in London, to put forward a piece of their jewellery eligible to be selected as the Editor’s Pick. Nominations were also accepted.
The following designers and brands have been whittled down on criteria including innovation, commercial appeal and design aesthetic, from a list of nominated entries as the five finalists. After perusing the finalists, please select your designer or brand of choice by clicking on the poll in the central column or for alternative ways of voting, see below.
Anna Faine Jewellery
Beetle Flower Earrings – made using sterling silver and yellow gold, set with tsavorite garnet.
Laura McCreddie said: “I really love that these earrings are a slightly different take on the whole nature inspired jewellery themes – quirky and cool.
Riviera Papillon Necklace – with mirror or clear crystal mounted on silver.
Laura McCreddie said: “It’s great to see an established brand still bringing out something a bit different. Bold and feminine, this piece is definitely that.”
Cindy Dennis Mangan
Cleopatra’s Curtains Tasseled Earrings – made from sterling silver, rhodium plated or 18kt yellow gold plated.
Laura McCreddie said: “These earrings manage to harness delicacy with strength, a powerful combination.”
Aperture Ring – featuring 18kt white gold, rhodium, and diamonds.
Laura McCreddie said: “This ring is just so clever. It ties together innovative style with something really beautiful.”
Skull Cuff – crystal skull and buttons set in resin.
Laura McCreddie said: “I’ve always had a bit of a thing for designs that use skulls. This is a must-wear example of the motif used in a new way.”
The designers’ and brands’ standout piece can be seen at the exhibition tomorrow and on Wednesday. Each will be given a card indicating their finalist status, to display alongside their collection at The Jewellery Show London.
You can vote for your favourite piece on the Retail Jeweller website, using the poll currently appearing in the central column.
You can also vote on the Retail Jeweller stand at The Jewellery Show London or by sending an email with the name of your winner to Laura McCreddie at firstname.lastname@example.org
The winner will feature in a profile piece in the September issue of Retail Jeweller magazine.
Voting will close on July 6.