SHO's Mari collection is inspired by the Sardinian sea.

Sarah Ho designs latest collection to work with autumn/winter trends.

SHO Fine Jewellery is unveiling two new collections at International Jewellery London designed for people that want to have “fun with fine jewellery,” according to the company’s creative director, Sarah Ho. The collections aim to carry seasonal fashion trends into fine jewellery design, adds Sarah.

Two silver and vermeil collections will be shown at IJL. Mari is inspired by the Sardinian sea an features beautifully carved water drops in every piece. Rich 18 carat yellow vermeil is coupled with assorted shades of citrine, passion topaz and amethyst, which work with this season’s autumnal tones. In contract, the silver collection features black spinel, different shades of smoky quartz offering a macabre feel that complements the classic black and grey hues seen on the catwalk.


The Clementina Collection of cocktail rings was prompted by memories of the jewellery Sarah’s grandmother adored.

These rings are available in a number of colour ways; deep blue lapis and rhodolite in silver, warm pave citrine with a central aventurine stone set in yellow gold, tiger’s eye and rhodolite are the classic must have and black agate with white topaz so stylish; each perfect for the understated
Fashonista, the designer claims.

“These two new collections perfectly reflect the current trend for colour and fit perfectly with the SHO ‘having fun with fine jewellery’ ethos” says Sarah Ho. “We ‘re sure they‘ll be a winner for the coming season.”

To view these new designs, along with other SHO Fine Jewellery collections and to meet Sarah
Ho, visit stand C36 at IJL 2010.