Swept away

Mappin & Webb, the quintessential British brand, captures the wild and beautiful countryside of the West Country in gold and diamonds with its new fine jewellery collection.

Mappin & Webb Wildfell rings

To celebrate its 240th anniversary, Mappin & Webb has launched a new fine jewellery collection that pays tribute to its longstanding Royal heritage. Entitled Wildfell, the 17-piece collection consists of rings, necklaces and bracelets in both yellow gold and sterling silver, with a flowing asymmetric design. The collection is inspired by both the beautiful rolling landscape of the West Country and the sweeping curves of the historical county of Dorset.

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One piece that encapsulates the quintessentially English style of Mappin & Webb is the Dorset Bow brooch, which was a wedding present to Queen Mary from the county of Dorset. First worn by Mary at the 1897 Devonshire House Ball, 50 years later the diamond-encrusted brooch was among the jewels given to the young Princess Elizabeth on her wedding day, which The Queen still wears regularly. The British brand was granted a Royal Warrant in 1897 and still holds silversmith warrants to both Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

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Brand director Elizabeth Galton says: “The Wildfell collection pays homage to Mappin & Webb’s silver origins, the rolling landscapes of the Dorset countryside and the gentle curves of the Dorset Bow. The graceful organic lines of these pieces look firmly to the future - the perfect modern design classic for any stylish woman.”

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