Truly different to anything else on the market right now, Spring Halo revolves around the modest violet flower and can be found delicately scattered throughout the Goldcrest Fine Jewellery collection by Alex Monroe.
Violets are symbolic of the awakening year and are renowned through British folklore for their determination to bloom in the most difficult circumstances to return every spring to flourish.
Thus making them the perfect symbol of enduring love and a perfect motif to centre a fine jewellery range around.
The Spring Halo collection takes the humble flower and focuses on the popular halo style of setting, where tiny diamonds are pavé set around a central stone for extra depth and sparkle.
Central stone choices include icy blue Sapphires and delicate Morganite to subtly echo the flower’s natural tones.
Originating in Georgian times, the halo style is usually more commonly associated with the crisp Art Deco fashion of the 1920s, but Alex Monroe’s romantic dusting of violets around the setting is completely feminine and unique to the brand.
Following a tight contest, Spring Halo scooped the Accessible Fine Jewellery Collection of the Year 2016 award by securing just over 30% of the votes.