Jewellery chosen to reflect artworks on show at London museum.

New jewellery brand Auren has won London’s V&A Museum shop as a stockist.

The gallery is said to have chosen a selection of Auren jewellery to complement the images in its collection. The brand is yet to official luanch but has already won the attention of several companies for its minimal, colourful gemstone jewellery in silver and 22ct gold plate.


Designs include stack rings, drop earrings and openwork cuffs and the stones used in the collections include onyx, prehnite, chalcedony, citrine and rough cut rubies and sapphires.

The Auren collection is a line from jewellery brand Rodgers & Rodgers, launched as a more directional offer. It will officially launch at the Pure trade show in August.

The company recently expanded with a move into an office space in Hatton Garden and plans to add staff members to help it to develop its presence in the UK press.


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