Georgia Fowler wearing Tiffany & Co. Lock Bangles (tiffany.com)

This striking jewellery edit proves the power of mixing metals

Whatever you have been told in the past about mixing silver with gold or rose gold, forget it. There is an added dimension and depth that is delivered by pairing your coolest, silver pieces with a few eye-catching gold ones. Or even better, opting for pieces like those in our jewellery edit below that incorporate both (and that, perhaps, even dabble in a diamond or two).

Here, we round up a selection of showstopping pieces (after all, attention-grabbing jewellery is in) all of which would work perfectly with this trend. From Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen’s striking Love bracelet to Gucci’s Link to Love geometric studded double ring to Van Cleef and Arpels’ Bouton D’or earrings, the pieces in this jewellery edit are breaking the rules in the best way.


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From left: B.ZERO1 necklace from Bulgari, Bouton D’or earrings from Van Cleef & Arpels,
Gorgeous in Graphic bracelet from Sutcliffe, Rosa Adorata grace pendant from Sutcliffe.

From left: Band of Stars from Sutcliffe, Lock Bangle from Tiffany & Co., Link to Love geometric studded double ring from Gucci, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Love Bracelet Heavy from Partridge, Trinity ring from Cartier, Bois De Rose ring from Christian Dior, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen Nature bangle from Partridge Jewellers.

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