Whether you’re making a wish list for your own birthday, or want to do something special for a friend or family member you haven’t seen in a while due to lockdown, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite jewellery pieces featuring the June birthstone, pearl …
The SALOME x Stephanie Waxberg pearl chain drop earrings are designed with simplicity as the focus. Pearls are said to balance the emotions and promote inner wisdom, making them an eye-catching feature for chain drop earrings
First inspired by the shimmering costumes of traditional Sri Lankan dancers and now pared right down for a contemporary take, the Shuga collection showcases a sparkling array of precious diamonds, coloured gemstones and lustrous pearls set in 14k gold
Handmade by jewellery designer Becca Hulbert, these earrings have a nostalgic but modern sense of style and charm. Coins, pearls, bones and hands adorn silver and gold pieces within each of Becca’s creations.
Though Maison Sabben specialises in bridal jewellery, we can’t get enough of their refined jewellery pieces which transcend traditional jewellery for ‘the big day’. Chic and ultra-modern, a true definition of jewellery ‘à la française’
These natural baroque pearl drop earrings bring a hint of shimmering gold to accentuate the pearl’s natural beauty. With a hand hammered finish, the stones texture captures the light
Fusing the traditional with the contemporary by carefully balancing the spirit of playfulness with modern design.
Brazilian-born jewellery designer Paola Vilas’ pieces definitely cannot go unnoticed. A real conversation starter, each piece is inspired by modernist references and feminine form