Silver jewellery has been nothing if not dramatic this year, drawing influence from ancient goddesses, boundless energy and retro design.
View the winner and highly commended in the Professional Jeweller Collections of the Year 2021 Silver Jewellery category below:
WINNER: Ti Sento – Milano – Timeless Energy
The Timeless Energy range from Dutch brand Ti Sento – Milano is a sophisticated jewellery collection designed to cover all price points, from £39 to £1599.
The rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, ear charms and pendants are designed with a feeling of ultimate luxury in mind, and, the brand reveals, have become instant classics in the silver jewellery category.
Ti Sento – Milano distributor Mesmeric Distribution revealed that retailers have felt confident buying into the collection due to its wide range of price points. In 925 sterling silver and also in 18ct yellow-gold plating, with handset cubic zirconia pave, the Timeless Energy line includes pieces designed as daywear, or for special occasions and celebratory nights out.
Pieces from the collection quickly hit Ti Sento – Milano’s bestsellers list, and it was one of the most voted-for ranges in this year’s Collections of the Year contest.
Kit Heath – Revival Eclipse
A modern twist on the mid-century retro style and inspired by the geometric lines of the Art Deco era, Revival Eclipse makes use of a simple disc motif. Kit Heath said the discs, or spinners, represent two sides of the same coin, always together but facing in different directions.
They include T-bar clasps, cubic zirconia and additional gold and rose gold options. Particular focus has been given to the collection’s tactile nature.
Shaun Leane – Sabre Deco
The new Sabre Deco range from Shaun Leane, perhaps unsurprisingly, uses Art Deco design as a jumping off point. From there it creates dramatic pieces in gold, silver and black ceramic that its designer describes as full of tense energy and fluidity.
The unisex collection was nominated for the Collections of the Year 2021 by a Shaun Leane customer, and caps off a brilliant year for the designer and All That Glitters judge.
Lucy Quartermaine – Luna
Launching at the beginning of the year, the Luna collection draws inspiration from women, the moon and the lunar goddesses of ancient mythologies. Designed to be affordable and yet luxurious, the collection is made of rhodium-plated sterling silver.
Lucy Quartermaine reports that 80% of its retailers snapped up the collection within months of its initial launch, testament to it attractive price point and design.
Find out the winners and highly commended collections in all other nine categories here.