Partridge Jewellers’ in-house jewellery line — Partridge Hallmark — is ready to shine bright

Over the course of six generations, Partridge Jewellers has been committed to the craftsmanship of fine jewellery. Alongside the sparkling cabinets of its coveted international brands, it has carved out a niche for creating its own high-calibre designs.

Whether this unique jewellery has been crafted in-house, or commissioned by one of Partridge’s affiliate jewellery ateliers around the world, established relationships with the world’s finest sources and artisans — including those here in New Zealand — have made their mark.

The Partridge Hallmark line is a tribute to the brand’s 150 years of personal expertise. The various collections include revered specialty diamonds, including from Ashoka, Movàl, De Beers Forevermark and Argyle Pink, with a commitment to excellence and ethical sourcing in all facets.

Not only is each piece designed to be coveted and cherished today — meeting the highest of contemporary international standards — the ever-evolving line is also designed to be held dear from generation to generation.

A gleaming example is the Tourmaline Cluster Ring, which features a cushion-cut green tourmaline in a cluster setting for a cocktail ring that is sure to captivate at any event. The Double Row Ashoka Band, meanwhile, is a unique diamond band design featuring a mesmerising double row of horizontal diamonds.

From Left: Tourmaline Cluster Ring, Suspended Movál diamond pendant, Double Row Ashoka Band.

As shown by celebrated New Zealand model Jess Clarke in a new campaign, each piece captures Patridge’s passion for fine jewellery. Look closely, and you will see a small but significant ‘P’ symbol that marks each dazzling piece to Partridge’s exacting standards — which shine bright in their own right.

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