Lines inspired by bubbly to be sold at Fortnum & Mason.

By Jessica Knowles

Stephen Webster has designed a capsule collection, entitled Dark Jewel, for champagne house Dom Pérignon inspired by Dom Pérignon’s Rose 2002 champagne.

The collection compromises of a finger-length ring and drop earrings, both of which are made in 18ct white gold and set with black and white diamond pave shaped into intertwined leaves and vines. The ring features a 20.57 carat faceted cushion-cut, pink tourmaline while each earring features faceted pear-shaped tourmalines with a total weight of 10.55 carats.


The Dark Jewel range will be sold at Fortnum & Maso and also includes a collection of pendants and cufflinks in Webster’s classic style, set with black sapphires. Ten bottles of Dom Pérignon Rosé 2002 will be exclusively sold at Fortnum & Mason with either the pendant or a pair of cufflinks, priced at £495.

The British designer last year created a collection with Swarovski which was featured in the James Bond film Skyfall. The pieces were designed by Webster and featured cobra and oriental-inspired motifs set with Swarovski jewels.

Previous articleSo Jewellery launches first e-commerce site
Next articleSTORE ENVY: Mococo, Mold