updating your adornments? summer jewellery plays with pearls and daisies, is thoughtfully sourced and has you covered for your something blue …
Main image: Chupi.
What do you get the woman who has everything? Trade diamonds for sapphires or marquise-cut tanzanite and go blue thanks to Chupi’s just-dropped Something Blue jewellery collection (pictured above). A new idea from the Dublin jewellery designer, the collection sees some of Chupi’s best-loved pieces updated in rare blue jewels. Clearly, they’re perfect for a gift (or a self gift!) for that bride-to-be who is looking for her something blue, however, pieces like the Tomorrow Eternity sapphire huggies, €1,589, would make a luxurious addition to your every day jewellery look. Equally, we can see the Daydreamer ring, a combination of diamonds and polished tanzanite, €1,149, working perfectly with our existing ring stack (and a summer tan). Shop the collection online or at Chupi, Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, Dublin 2. www.chupi.com.
We always wondered what kind of jewellery Hannah Weiland, the achingly cool woman behind womenswear label Shrimps might wear. Now we don’t have to, as Shrimps has collaborated with Daisy London on a whimsical edit (pictured above) of recycled 18ct gold and silver pieces that will inject fun into your bijou accessories. Think dainty and kitsch charms, pearls and woven textures. A firm favourite are the floral motifs which recur throughout, particularly the Beaded Flower Ring, €82, that’s dotted with pearls – chic. www.daisyjewellery.com
Sustainably sourced diamonds, whether they’re lab grown or a recycled diamond that’s been reset, reused or resized, are buzzed about right now. One Irish business embracing sustainability is Seoidín, the jewellery designer with branches in Ennis, Skerries and Limerick has launched its first range of sustainable diamond wedding and engagement rings (pictured above). Our top pick? The 18ct yellow gold oval ring, €3,050, has a vintage feel but looks luxurious and contemporary. www.seoidin.com.