Seven Dazzling Jewellery Pieces That You’ll Wear Forever

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Seven Dazzling Jewellery Pieces That You’ll Wear Forever

Words by Ms Emma Pradella

11 September 2023

When you’re shopping for clothes, it pays to choose pieces that you’ll get the most mileage out of. The same goes for jewellery, too. Timeless jewellery may not pack the same punch as some of the more statement designs, but it has the power to effortlessly elevate formal and casual outfits and works well with pretty much everything in your rotation.

Whether you’re starting your jewellery collection or just adding to an existing one, these long-term investments are always worth making. To help you kick things off, we’ve prepared an edit of the jewellery you’ll find yourself wearing time and time again – and that’ll be worth spending big for.

Foundrae likens its unique designs to modern-day heirlooms – perfect to be passed down to future generations. Handmade from solid gold, this necklace is strung with a lapis lazuli crescent orb pendant that symbolises growth, energy and positive change.

Gone are the days when mixing your metals was a fashion faux pas – just let Spinelli Kilcollin dual jewellery do the talking. Inspired by the Gemini constellation, this ring plays with different tones of gold against each other, from black bands to yellow annulets and connectors.

A slightly bolder take on traditional tennis bracelets, 42 SUNS’ design is cast from brushed 14-karat white gold and bezel-set with white topaz that’ll stand out against any layer. Wear yours solo or next to your timepiece.

SHAY’s chain link necklace is such a classic – you can wear it with pretty much any casual top and easily tuck it in once you change into a shirt. Made from solid white gold, it’s finished with a push-lock closure that’s barely noticeable when fastened.

Whether you wear it solo or pair it with another of the brand’s colourful creations, Suzanne Kalan’s ring to add a subtle touch of colour to your outfits. It’s been handmade in Los Angeles from rose gold and encrusted with baguette diamonds and pink sapphires.

Part of KOLOURS JEWELRY’s Spectra collection, this bracelet draws inspiration from classic tennis styles, but it’s updated with 3.16 carats of green diamonds in lieu of white ones. Stack it with a similar style or use it elevate a monochrome suit.

Spiked designs – alongside her coveted Safety Pin styles – are some of LA-based designer Ms Anita Ko’s signatures. Subtly nodding to punk influences, this necklace is crafted from solid gold and polished to a high shine that’ll look great over darker layers.