The sun has finally arrived and whilst you’ve been dreaming of your holiday travels, explorations and topping up your tan, we have been crafting new rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets inspired by beauty from all over the world.
We have four new floral designs decorated with cultured freshwater pearls and sparkling diamonds that are now in bloom for Summer 2016. Gemondo’s wild flower jewellery pieces are inspired by the breathtaking designs of Mother Nature. Let us guide you through each flower’s jewellery design, stunning in aesthetic and in strength.
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley is a dainty, bulb-shaped flower that gracefully droops from its stem. Chosen for the marriage ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Lily of the Valley has become a popular choice for wedding flowers. This Lily of the Valley design features a central cultured freshwater pearl and leaves of sterling silver, just perfect for bridal accessories and gifts.
West Indian Jasmine
West Indian Jasmine has been named by some as ‘Flame of the Woods’ or ‘Jungle Flame’ due to its fantastic red colour. In these jewellery designs, the West Indian Jasmine has been designed in 9ct yellow gold to flaunt the criss-cross shape of its petals and encapsulate the focal diamonds or pearls.
The Spring Starflower just bursts with personality from its six pointed petals. Featuring a central diamond, this jewellery design features openwork 9ct yellow gold petals.
Ginkgo is known as a strong and durable plant, having been grown for thousands of years and also used by many as a health aid. The Ginkgo’s leaves feature an iconic unfurled fan shape, captured in this jewellery design in sterling silver with etched lines and decorated with dainty pearls.