New moon, new jewels…
From Bibi Van Der Velden’s Pop Art Eggs earrings to Blazé Milano’s Constellation Brooch, these are the nouveau fine jewellery gifts we will be giving this Eid Al Adha.
Bil Arabi’s captivating necklace encapsulates the label’s opulence-inspired aesthetic. Expertly crafted from polished 18-karat rose gold, it is adorned with a lapis-blue enamel disc and decorated with Arabic calligraphy. The U.A.E based jeweller is known for her statement making pieces that combine her Lebanese roots with the Gulf’s cool aesthetic.
Kimberly McDonald’s designs are handcrafted using raw organic stones sourced directly from nature and this piece is cast from recycled 18-karat gold and set with a mesmerizing 0.10-carat fire opal that’s illuminated by 0.42-carats of shimmering diamonds.
Crafted from 40,000 year-old mammoth tusks – a nod to the designer’s fascination with the history of the natural world – these earrings are adorned with a selection of multi-coloured sapphires and are framed in 18-karat yellow gold.
Look to the moon and the stars to inspire your next outfit with Blaze Milano’s Constellation Brooch. A burgundy and black enamel crescent is suspended from a row of light-catching rhinestones
Beautifully crafted from 18-karat yellow gold, these earrings feature a turquoise stone pyramid, inspired by the power of young Cleopatra. Encrusted with brilliant cut diamonds, this timeless pair is perfect for everyday.
Handmade in the designer’s studio from recycled 14-karat gold and set with ethically sourced stones, these earrings are perfect for special occasions and can be passed from generation to generation.
Aurelie Bidermann is known for her luxe bohemian spirit that is captured in every piece from the talented French designer and this signature piece is no different.
Made in partnership with designer Alican Icoz, this gold plated necklace is strung with engraved beads and chunky baroque pearls.