Shaun Leane jewellery: new emerald and diamond Aerial collection brims with energy and movement

Make a bold and sweeping statement with the new Aerial jewellery collection from celebrated British jewellery designer Shaun Leane.

Shaun Leane Aerial collection white diamond and marquise-cut emerald earrings (£27,950.00).

Make a bold and sweeping statement with the new Aerial collection from celebrated British jewellery designer Shaun Leane.

Combining white diamonds with natural Zambian emeralds in Leane's signature exuberant style, the three jewels in the Aerial collection, available exclusively at Selfridges in London, brim with energy and movement.

Free flowing strokes of diamonds cascade from a large marquee stud in a pair of Shaun Leane earrings, leaving a generous scattering of emeralds in their wake. The same design is also available with emeralds only on the studs and the diamond spears suspended mid-air, creating a much starker look reminiscent of the sharp lines and angles seen in many of the designer's previous collections.

A Shaun Leane ring in the shape of a claw sets in motion a parade of emeralds flowing around the finger to leave a sensation of light and airiness.

The trailblazing designs has been named UK Jewellery Designer of the Year four times and currently also works with Asprey. His most recent creation for the historic British jeweller was a contemporary diamond collection inspired by the cyclonic energy of a storm. He has also collaborated with the late designer Alexander McQueen and the artist Sam Taylor-Wood, as well as created high jewellery pieces for the likes of Boucheron and Givenchy. 

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