By Ase Anderson in London
In mouthwatering sorbet colours, the new collection from Indian jewellery designer Mirari looks good enough to eat.
Founded by Mira Gulati in 2005, the Mirari name has become synonymous with a seamless blend of contemporary and classic design.
Navigating the often precarious line between fashionable and traditional, the new collection from Mirari picks up on the current vogue for pastel-coloured stones. But, rest assured, these are pieces you will reach for again and again.
Emeralds, rubies and briolette sapphires in ice-cream colours are balanced with diamonds and white gold to create an effect that is colourful but never brash.
Waterfall earrings set with multi-coloured sapphires and round white diamonds rub shoulders with a more classic set of marquise ruby and emerald bangles. The star piece of the collection is a magnificent ring featuring a freshwater button pearl surrounded by sapphires and round brilliant-cut diamonds.
Mirari is not the only Indian jewellery designer to capture the mood for spring with a colourful offering. Farah Khan recently unveiled a collection bursting with vibrant hues of blue, purple, pink and lavender to mark the new season.
Mirari white gold earrings with brown sapphire briolettes and diamonds.
Mirari white gold earrings with multi-coloured sapphires.
Mirari white gold Waterfall earrings with pear- and marquise-cut multi-coloured sapphires.
Mirari white gold earrings with peridot, rubellite and tourmaline drops.
Mirari white gold bangles with marquise-cut rubies and emeralds.