‘Classic’ and ‘timeless’ have been the two most important words in bridal jewellery this year.

View the winners and finalists below:

WINNER: Domino Jewellery – The Collection


Domino Jewellery is a British jewellery brand with an on-site manufacturing facility in its Birmingham Jewellery Quarter headquarters. Comprising over 400 products, The Collection is Domino’s most definitive mount and semi-set diamond ring offering to date. The new range features 65 brand new designs and is supported by a comprehensive retailer support package. All rings within The Collection are stocked in platinum across multiple head and finger sizes, meaning retailers can receive their chosen pieces within days.

Domino has also recently undertaken a full overhaul of the customer journey on its website. With extensive research into consumer digital behaviour, its website features improved navigation and a host of tools to help retailers find their desired product as quickly as possible. Designed to create a smooth and enjoyable buying experience, retailers can create the ultimate engagement ring with ease using Domino’s new certificated diamond feed.


GEMEX – The Raphael Collection

GEMEX’s The Raphael Collection comprises a range of engagement rings and eternity bands, displayed on a convenient B2B website. It also offers jewellery necklaces, earrings and bracelets, as well as loose diamonds. The Raphael Collection is a third-generation design house, established in London’s Hatton Garden in 1967, available through selected jewellers.

Jessica Flinn Designs – The Bridgette Collection

Jessica Flinn’s Bridgette Collection combines timeless design with unusual gemstones, made to symbolise the eternity a couple intend to spend in one another’s company. The trilogy ring’s centre stone ranges from a 1.5ct celestial diamond to blue and blue-green diamonds. Inspired by art deco styling, modernity and symmetry, each ring is crafted to tell a different story.

Matt Aminoff London – Integral

This collection of pearl and diamond sets is led by Matt Aminoff’s unusually designed ‘integral’ necklaces, which combine strands of pearls with a range of diamond and pearl pendants, set in 9ct gold. The third-generation, family business boasts over 45 years’ experience importing fine cultured pearls and manufacturing classic cultured pearl and diamond jewellery, all of which it says it channels into every collection.