Step into a new season with the colourful new Spring Sparklers collection from Farah Khan

Farah Khan releases her vibrant Spring Sparklers jewellery collection featuring over 30 pieces with a beautiful and colourful array of gemstones.

Farah Khan gold earrings featuring diamonds (11.03ct), chrysoprase (14.98ct), aquamarine (15.44ct) and emeralds (22.91ct).

By Ase Anderson in London

In an explosion of vibrant colours, the jewels from Farah Khan's Spring Sparklers collection certainly live up to their name.

A glittering palette of purples, blues, pinks, lavenders, greens and carnelian bring to mind spring meadows and the first budding blooms of the season.

With over 30 pieces in the collection and a wide variety of gemstones, from chrysoprase and carnelian to emeralds, rubies and sapphires, the collection is a bold statement from one of India's most renowned jewellery designers.

Be daring in a pair of earrings featuring a bold combination of bright orange carnelians and purple tanzanites or opt for the more subtle effect created by aquamarine and morganite. Each jewel has an elaborate setting of diamonds around the colourful stones to emphasise their vibrancy and design.

Farah launched her eponymous brand 10 years ago. With flagships stores in Mumbai and Delhi, she has clients across the globe and is currently looking to expand internationally.

 "I don't love to design, I live to design," says Farah of the new collection. "Each of the products that form my new collection of jewellery is a piece of art that will outlive its wearer and be passed down for generations, with a sea of memories attached to it."

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