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My picks from London Jewellery Week

I have only just recovered from a crazy London Jewellery Week. It was great to see the jewellery elite in full swing, it was an action packed week full of parties and a celebration of London’s jewellery design at it’s best!

My 5 highlights of the week are:

1) New Geneva based luxury jewellery brand; Shawish presented a collection of playful mushroom pendants, with a unique yet whimsic charm. Good enough to eat let alone wear.

A Shawish mushroom pendant

A Shawish mushroom pendant

2) Jessica de Lotz’s kooky style fusing 30’s glam and car boot finds lends her to create extraordinarily unique pieces. I especially love the new monogram and crest collection.

From Jessica de Lotz's monogram and chest collection

From Jessica de Lotz’s monogram and chest collection

3) New Lebanese brand Les Bazella creates the most imaginative and creative teeny tiny bracelets and pendants, brightly colored lady bird rings, chubby frog pendants and salamander earrings celebrate all that is fun about fine jewellery.

Frog necklace from Les Bazella

Frog necklace from Les Bazella

4) Last year’s Treasure winner Joanna Dahdah launched a sleek new collection, I especially love the double finger rings with a feminine yet edgy touch.

Joanna Dahdah's double finger rings

Joanna Dahdah’s double finger rings

5) Tina lilenthal’s collection of contemporary skulls and rabbits, inspired by pop art and anything unconventional brought a huge injection of humor into jewellery. Rating very high in the cool factor!

From Tina lilenthal’s collection of contemporary skulls and rabbits

From Tina lilenthal’s collection of contemporary skulls and rabbits


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