Wedding Jewellery Collection
Wedding jewellery offers exciting choices to make your wedding day the most unique, special and memorable day of your lives. From the all important engagement ring signifying your commitment to each other to jewels to treasure and wear enriched with memories of the day for the rest of your lives. Bracelets, earrings and necklaces are traditional choices for brides but an authentic antique or Art Deco piece ensures a truly unique, one of a kind jewel. Bridegrooms are now more adventurous and unconventional than in the past with choices of unique cufflinks, rings and striking brooches to wear as a tie pin or a jewelled floral buttonhole. (Your new wife will thank you when she borrows your wedding jewels!). The mothers of the bridal couple are in the delightful position of being able to choose at whim a special piece to complement their outfits and become a wonderful memento of the day.
Baguette and carre cut diamonds are a much admired perennial Art Deco favourite. The ring you have been searching for.
A surfeit of emeralds for lovers of Art Deco emerald rings with not only a fine square central emerald but also emerald shoulders.
So French Art Deco in the late 1930s.
Right on target.
This bangle will become an integral part of your stories.
Delicate flattery for so many occasions.
Moonstone jewellery is always flattering and versatile.
A Belle Epoque delicacy.
A fine and very desirable lavaliere from one of the premier eras of exquisite jewellery.
Individual distinctive elegant - and four times lucky.
With matching collar buttons. Elegant and very smart.
An elegant pair of cufflinks for special and everyday occasions.
More Art Deco linear design and strong colour
Quintessential Art Deco. Geometry, Beauty and White Diamonds.
An old jewellery adage says that a well made jewel will look as good from the back as the front. On that premise this flower is a very fine jewel indeed. Quietly spectacular. For the perfectionist.
Neptune’s treasures for sea nymphs. Read further on the importance of natural pearls today.
An exquisite and very versatile jewel that can be worn in so many different ways. One of the prettiest and rarest pieces in our collection.
Worn by the original IT girl Gladys Glad who knew her jewellery in her portrait by John Decker.
Absolutely stunning. Glowing rich colour and almost invisible settings. You will never want to take them off.
An exquisite pendant to make all your occasions special.
Keeping track of time has never been so elegant.
A quintessential authentic 1920s Art Deco ring with flamboyant geometric design, strong colour contrast, a sugarloaf cabochon sapphire.
Close to perfection is always irresistible