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IN PICS: David Morris extends popular lines and plays with colourful gemstones

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David Morris Jeweller has extended some of its best performing lines and added fresh, colourful designs for SS19.

Two collections, ‘Berry’ and ‘Rose Cut’, have welcomed new additions this season.

For Berry, which has been designed to target a younger consumer, designs have been reinvented with new colourways.

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Titled ‘Forest Berry’, the fine jewellery line takes on English forest tones with blue lapis lazuli, green chrysoprase, black onyx and Akoya pearls.

Once again crafted in 18ct rose gold, each Forest Berry bead features a feminine diamond flower, this time boasting a blue sapphire as its focal point.

On the diamond side, the jewellery house’s Rose Cut collection has been introduced new pieces inspired by finely hand-crafted lace.

New designs include curve-shaped hoops in three different sizes; five rings, one a delicate take on our original eternity band, two toi et moi designs, and the other two contemporary twisted styles; a pair of subtle studs with a trio of rose cut diamonds; three refined flexible bangles – each slightly different but still centred around the translucent rose cut diamond and finally a graduated sautoir.

Alongside new additions to bestsellers, David Morris has showcased its skills with the launch of new high jewellery designs.

On the high jewellery front, the London-based firm has played with emeralds, rubies, coloured diamonds and padparadscha sapphire.

View some of the new products below and visit our Instagram account @ProfessionalJeweller to see our editor’s top pieces from press day.

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Stacey Hailes

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Editor, Professional Jeweller

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