Four-piece range inspired by William & Son’s hand engraving archive.
Luxury goods retailer William & Son has partnered with fine jewellery designer Sarah Ho to create a capsule collection of four 18ct gold and diamond cocktail rings.
The range has been designed to showcase Ho’s signature filigree style alongside her take on William & Son’s shotgun engraving technique, with inspiration taken from the company’s hand engraving archives.
The resulting Cocktail collection is described as a “blend of the modern from Sarah Ho with the tradition of William & Son”.
With two designs in 18ct white gold and two in 18ct rose gold, all of the pieces are set with precious gemstones and diamonds, including cabochon golden citrine, amethyst, rose quartz and aquamarine.
Ho commented: “It’s been such a pleasure to work with the team at William & Son. I loved the idea of using the patterns from the gun engraving which is part of their heritage and not usually related to their jewellery so the cocktail rings have a story to tell and make a statement.”
William & Son head of jewellery Clemence Merat added: “Our stories and history are so similar yet so different, working together came very naturally.”
At this year’s IJL Sarah Ho – founder and creative director of Sarah Ho London – presented her new 18ct gold Vita Vitae collection as well as a selection of silver POP! Bracelets. New pieces were also added to the Paradis collection in 18ct white gold, with retail prices starting at £890.
Mayfair-based William & Son was founded by William Asprey in 1999 and now stocks a range of luxury good, including leather goods, watches, shotguns and clothing.