Feel like a Friday afternoon treat? This one is all about jewels! I love a classic Princess setting as much as the next girl, but I have to say this Friday afternoon I am drawn to the organic shapes and lines of these beautiful rings from the designers at e.g.etal contemporary jewellery gallery in Melbourne.
Ms Grace is in bloom in Fletcher and Grace jewels and Mrs Press dress. The jewels include the Mille Fleurs necklace and bracelet, earrings and miniature flower brooches on the waist band. The dress also has two Antoinette Bee brooches pinned to the straps.Stephanie from jewellery label Fletcher & Grace sent over these gorgeous images
My affection for Turtle Love Committee has been present for months. I’ve admired their rings, wished for their earrings and been inspired by their necklaces.Turtle Love Committee was started by Adrianne Zahner. She worked at a Boston law firm and decided she wanted a unique engagement ring, when she couldn’t find one she started her
One of the very first posts I ever wrote was about the gorgeous jewellery by Sydney jeweler Jules Collins. Well she’s just launched a brand new gorgeous website and I thought it was time to share her new designs!The new website showcases everything from rings and cuff links to pendants and earrings. Customers can now
Australian designer Lydia Jewels launched her bridal collection this week. I really like this collection. There’s a boldness in the designs that paired together can make a statement, but it’s also beautiful enough to be worn subtly as singular pieces.Each piece is made by Lydia-Jane in Australia and named after a glamorous lady (I love
Oh how I love this look (Generate Design found on Design Crush) of gorgeous nature inspired gold charms by Tord Boontje (who has designed some of my favourite things).For a bride that wants to do something a little different with her jewelry, a statement necklace (or necklaces) can be beautiful and can add a big
I was lucky last week to visit Melbourne’s Canturi store and have a sneak peek at their upcoming bridal collection that they are launching in conjunction with their brand new store in New York.Canturi Regina CollectionThe new Regina collection features a high set central stone with pavé set diamonds. Grooves in the band, segment the
The Desire To Inspire girls introduced me to the loveliness that is photographer Nicole Hill. The photos of multi coloured rings, like transparent lollies enchanted me.The biggest myth in wedding jewelry is that your engagement ring has to be a diamond – and a white one at that! I love the endless options for brides
I am really loving the beautiful organic feel of these pieces by Australian jeweler Madeleine Brown. Madeleine’s been creating jewellery for the past seven years and is inspired by patterns in nature, unusual textures and mechanical movements. The ring above is supposed to represent tree branches or flowing streams of water.Based out of QLD, Madeleine
When I visited Georg Jensen in January I knew nothing about Vivianna Torun. During my visit I was introduced to the story of this amazing woman and the beauty she created with her jewels.Mobius Bangle- The Mobius Bangle echos the figure of eight that Vivianna Torun was so enchanted by.Born in 1927, Vivianna Torun became
Georg Jensen Collins St by Ms Polka DotThe Georg Jensen jewellery collection is beautifully pure and organic in it’s design. Designers such as Vivanna Torun have made a feature of the clasp, or added a hooked pendant so pieces transform from day to night.The range includes beautiful watches (including the famous Torun watch), simple earrings,
It’s not very often I have the chance to play in a jewellery shop. So when Georg Jensen invited me to visit their Melbourne store last month I was a little apprehensive.Georg Jensen Collins St by Ms Polka DotThe Georg Jensen Collins St store sits at the Paris end of Melbourne’s Collins St. Amid boutiques
I first came across the idea of opals as engagement rings when I was a teenager. A dear friend of the family received the most beautiful opal ring for her engagement. Opals always remind me of Australia and I love the different colours and facets that shine through.If you want something different, try an opal
modernromancepdx on etsy creates the most gorgeous handmade wraps, jewels veils and flowers for weddings. Inspired by the fashions of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. Christine creates pieces that are dramatic and feminine with a vintage flair. I particularly love the pearl and ribbon headband.
It’s peak engagement season, which means a lot of rings are being exchanged! Today, I thought I would showcase some of the gorgeous princess cut diamond rings!Cerrone, Makers Mark, Tiffany, Musson, Jan Logan, Bill Hicks, Delphi Diamonds, Larsen Jewellery, Percy Marks, Simon West