K Brunini launches Chains of Love jewels to celebrate 15th anniversary

Make a fashionable statement in K. Brunini's Chains of Love rings, which combine the US designer's signature chunky, tactile chains with vibrant gemstones.

K. Brunini Chains of Love Twig ring in rose gold with a 7.20ct bi-colour tourmaline ($5,580).

Precious candy-coloured gemstones are bound together with chunky, tactile chains in Katey Brunini's new Chains of Love jewellery collection.

Launching this autumn to celebrate the US jewellery brand K. Brunini's 15th anniversary, the pieces in the collection feature the designer's signature chains, which have been a recurring theme throughout her career.

Drawing her inspiration from the power and grace of nature, the California-based jeweller is renowned for her organic take on jewellery design. The chains in the new collection resemble the texture of twigs, contrasting beautifully with the vibrant gemstones.

Cabochons of rose quartz, mandarin garnet and aquamarine are joined by bi-colour tourmalines, tanzanite, peridot, amethyst and rutilated quartz. By the designer's own admission, "the gloves came off on my cheerful colour palette this year".

The fashion-forward K. Brunini cocktail rings glisten with sorbet-coloured cabochons juxtaposed in a three-stone setting alongside smaller, bullet-shaped gems in contrasting hues.

Earrings, bracelets and necklaces complete the new collection of K. Brunini jewellery, which also encompasses engagement rings and wedding bands. 

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