Ethical jeweller makes three-piece silver, amethyst and quartz range.

Ethical jewellery retailer and brand CRED Jewellery has launches a special Jubilee collection featuring silver crowns and on-trend pastel-hued gemstones.

The range has been designed as a “wearable alternative to the commemorative mug for stylistas” and is made using recycled silver and will feature the special Diamond Jubilee commemorative hallmark.


The range has been designed by CRED’s in-house designer Annabel Panes and includes a long-chain pendant and earrings, and three stone-set statement rings.

The pieces are set with ethically-sourced green amethyst, citrine and rose quartz from South America.

Panes said: “Before designing the collection I spent a week in London immersing myself in all things British. The crown motif was one that is instantly recognizable on post and phone boxes.

"Iconic images found in the parks and along the banks of the Thames lining the jubilee walkways are the London plane trees. I used these silhouettes form the patterns within the pendant and the studs.”

The stones are rose-cut faceted as symbols of the Tudor rose, while the arc-like settings of the earrings mimic the imperial crown.

The collection will only be available until October this year.