Jewels for under £3,000

Ornella Iannuzzi, La Vigne Enchantée 2, one-off made in vermeil, with a tsavorite set on the left side and an ebony drop on the right. £500

Make a big gesture with a small piece of jewellery. A pretty Kiki McDonough Florence collection 'bee hive' pendant is easy to wear and brightens up a simple outfit. Wear it on a long chain for a laid back opulent look. De Grisogono's cleverly constructed gold Allegra ring will be welcome however many rings your loved one may have. For tropical fun try a Carolina Bucci fruit pendant and start a collection of Rio de Janeiro inspired jewels.  Van Cleef & Arpels' Alhambra Vintage pendant is very collectible and could be the start of an obsession.  Ornella Iannuzzi's organically shaped ring that twists like a vine around the finger and will appeal to original thinkers and lovers of nature. Ana de Costa's Alchemy collection, as favoured by Lindsay Lohan, is alive with magical references and highly original from this young designer that is making a name for herself. Katie Hillier's quirky animal outlines in gold or silver wire temper a cute theme with minimalist edge. Lovely bees from  Chaumet are buzzing with glossy colour with a hint of diamond sparkle. Their quirky design works well in this small size and people will look twice before they realise that you are wearing a little bee. Brand new are Chanel's Camélia jewels that will be a treat for lovers all things inspired by Coco herself.  Boodles offer some well designed and well priced gold and diamond jewels such as the Blossom pendant. And if you thought that pearls were boring, then look at Mikimoto Pearls in Motion  with a movable link that can be adjusted to make the pearl sit at different heights.

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