Our fabulous new pod rings have just arrived. Chunky silver bands with organic gold pods, each set with a sparkling diamond – from £325. We make them in any size and in yellow or rose gold.What’s your favourite pod?
We love these amazing Crow’s Head cufflinks by talented British jewellery designer Chris Hawkins. Immaculately detailed in oxydised silver with garnet-set eyes. Can you resist them?
This has to be one of the most stunning pieces of jewellery that Manhattan has inspired! Designer Susan Herriot created this egg-shaped view of the Big Apple in Sterling Silver – part oxydised and part polished for contrast. Surprisingly, for such a large ring, it feels instantly comfortable and when the ring warms up it’s weight is somehow reassuring, if that makes sense.
This beautiful Diamond Wrap Ring is made from Fine silver – purer than Sterling silver – strips, wrapped round endlessly and then sprinkled with 18ct gold-set mixed diamonds. Talented designer, Shimara Carlow, creates these lovely pieces in sunny Australia and ships them to us in foggy England.Perhaps it’s the sun trapped in those diamonds that attracts us so!
We adore these big, bold cocktail rings by Danish designer Tina Engell. Available with 8, 10 or 12mm stones that sit at jaunty angles on the band, they’re designed to be worn together in twos or threes. The delicious, intense colours allow you to put together some pretty amazing colour combinations. Choose from Pink Amethyst, Purple Amethyst, Green Amethyst, Blue Topaz, Smokey Quartz, Citrine, Peridot and more – the combinations are endless and your imagination’s the limit!
British designer Catherine Tutt creates her lovely, organic collection in silver, 18ct gold and diamonds. Each piece is individual – no two pieces are exactly the same – and some pieces have literally hundreds of tiny solders as each chain is painstakingly hand soldered. The look is bohemian, asymetrical, dramatic and totally gorgeous!
British jewellery designer Alex Monroe grew up in Suffolk surrounded by fields, rivers and the plants and creatures which inhabit them. Nature has always been Alex’s greatest inspiration and he uses it to inspire his whimsical, intricately beautiful jewellery.Although he has a huge worldwide following, with a dedicated Japanese site every piece is still hand-made in his london studio by skilled craftspeople, as it has been for the last 25 years.Quirky and feminine – what could be better!
Ingenious and romantic, these Diana Porter Partnership rings come in a variety of designs and metals – silver, gold-etched silver or gold, with or without diamonds.When together, the two rings form a design that spells out a message but apart, they’re meaningless… a bit like lovers?Also beautiful are her massive bands, etched in 22ct gold with the stuff of life…..‘being, crying, hearing, seeing, playing, growing, learning, planning, weaving, roving, striving, twisting, winning, loving, knowing, aching, losing, accepting, laughing, dreaming, sleeping’ –
Tezer is a beautiful collection created by talented Ankara-born designer Sema Sezen. The brushed finish gives the silver a soft white sheen and the 18ct hard gold plated silver a warm, mellow shimmer, unlike any gold you’ve seen before.The gentle, organic shapes are subtle, understated and endlessly beautiful…….
Kate Wood’s jewellery has a delicacy and lightness of touch which puts it in the realm of fairy tales. Strong, romantic and beautiful – which Ice Queen wouldn’t want this Pyrite Encrusted Bracelet or these amazing Waterfall Pearl Earrings?
We adore these new rings from British designer Deborah Kelly-Hopkins. They come in silver, 9ct and 18ct white, yellow or rose gold with channels of diamonds snaking across the hammered surface. Blue, yellow or cognac diamonds are a striking change from white ones and sapphires come in an amazing range of colours.You can choose the combination that’s just what you’ve been dreaming of!
No jewellery blog is complete without a Dinny Hall entry. Her sleek, sculptural jewellery designs have all the enduring appeal of contemporary classics, so not surprising that she’s mooted as a British Tiffany. Dinny’s first designs, 25 years ago, look as current today as they did then and she continues to be one of Britain’s best-loved designers.Her characteristic clean, strong lines are empowering as well as flattering and feminine. Highly polished, sleek and tactile, each piece feels smooth and sensual. Best known for her highly polished silver or 22ct gold plate, this season she’s added warm rose gold to the...
We are in love with all the delicate, witty little plants and creatures Alex Monroe has sent through this season. All seem to be plucked straight from the garden, shrunk down and fixed in gold or silver.Perfect little rose gold topped toadstools with diamond spots, tiny silver strawberries on a golden stem, 2 little love birds on a branch, a plump rose gold hen, a juicy golden pear…… One of my favourites is actually from the kitchen – a cute little smiling gingerbread man with black diamond eyes and buttons. Delectable in lots of ways!
Here at W I L D E we believe no girl can ever have too many bangles!Beautiful silver and gold bangles in lots of different shapes and textures. We make them flat, we make them round, we make them oval, fine and delicate or bold and chunky, sleek and polished or hammered, brushed or textured.So that on one feels left out we make them in three different sizes and they can also be personalised with your own words, date or coded message. Lots of ways to ensure your beautiful bangle is a perfect fit and unique to you!From £58 –...