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Our guide to the 10 best jewellery pieces you’ll never want to take off
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Top 10: Everyday Jewellery Top 10: Everyday Jewellery

Top 10: Everyday Jewellery

Our guide to the 10 best jewellery pieces you’ll never want to take off
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Everyday Jewellery
Top 10

Everyday Jewellery

Our guide to the 10 best jewellery pieces you’ll never want to take off

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Over time, jewellery can become a part of who we are, integral to our daily makeup. Staple pieces are to be chosen wisely, opting for thoughtfully designed, beautifully crafted keepsakes that are comfortable, practical and hard-wearing. With this in mind, we’ve curated an edit of exceptional rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets that you’ll never need (or want) to take off. Here’s your starter for 10…

1.

Atelier VM

"With time, the jewellery becomes inseparable from the person - a knick-knack which is part of the person itself." Marta Caffarelli and Viola Naj-Oleari, Atelier VM founders

2.

Dinny Hall

Dinny Hall has made the ears a signature and you can’t go wrong with these elegant gold studs, each set with a single sparkling diamond.

3.

Maria Black

Modern and understated with two chains in parallel, this Maria Black bracelet makes a seamless addition to the curated jewellery wardrobe.

4.

Alighieri

Handcrafted in London with a molten metal effect, Alighieri’s baroque pearl earrings are dynamic, elegant and contemporary.

5.

Alex Monroe

Alex Monroe’s floral-wrapped lettering never loses its charm. A signature piece to be loved, speaking of the designer’s eye for nature.

6.

Maria Tash

Durable, beautiful and small enough for daily wear, Maria Tash’s diamond-laced flower stud will become key to your ear curation.

7.

Astley Clarke

Nature at its most dynamic, Astley Clarke’s rose-cut lapis lazuli ring will become your go-to for a wearable injection of colour.

8.

Shaun Leane

The dark beauty of Shaun Leane’s Talon earrings reflects his skill in creating elegant lines with a distinctive edge – an impactful alternative to hoops.

9.

Monica Vinader

Monica Vinader’s design ethos is to create precious jewellery that's ultimately wearable, believing “Jewellery shouldn't be stowed away for special occasion.”

10.

Susan Caplan Vintage

A 1990s original with a satisfying weight, this T-bar chain necklace showcases the vintage curator’s eye for iconic jewellery that’s as relevant now as ever.

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