Andrew Geoghegan wasted no time in drumming up votes for his Gabriel collection in the bridal jewellery category, with the jewellery designer being the first to send out a news flash calling on its retailers and clients to support the range.
Throughout the five days voting process, the brand managed to stay ahead but its competition certainly gave Andrew Geoghegan a run for its money.
When it comes to bridal jewellery, it can often be difficult to reinvent the wheel but jewellery designer Andrew Geoghegan showed he still has lots of original ideas to share with the industry.
While many of his collections were nominated in the bridal jewellery category, only one could make the final and in the end Gabriel was picked as it secured the most votes. Retailers commended the Gabriel collection for its high quality and originality.
Inspired by the powerful lure of the oceans close to his getaway on the Portuguese coast, and the golden age of exploration and discovery during the renaissance, the Gabriel range embodies the strength and contradictory pull of the sea with four crest waves seemingly carved into the setting which captures a single diamond.
What may look like a simple solitaire at first glance is actually a design complete with intricate details and packed with meaning.