Step into a secret garden with Emily H London's new capsule collection of jewels

The English countryside of your dreams, Emily H London's Emilia jewels are a new capsule collection of haute joaillerie from the fledgling British brand.


Emily H London's new Emilia jewels - one of three capsule collections that the fledgling British brand is debuting for the first time this spring - so perfectly capture what I want to be wearing right now that it is difficult to imagine coveting anything else but that huge amethyst ring for the rest of the season.

Like a secret garden that you stumble upon by chance, where wild flowers grow and lush, green vines run rampant, the Emilia collection is the English countryside of your wildest dreams. Plump teardrop cabochons of purple amethyst and honey-tinged quartz hang like ripe fruits from clusters of sparkling leaves, connected by winding vines of electric-green tsavorites and yellow diamonds. Combined, the colours are incredibly sensual.

Consisting of five interchangeable pieces (from £6,000), the four-leaf studs can be worn on their own or transformed into drop earrings of different lengths, depending on whether you attach the bejewelled leaf links.

Emily H London prides itself on exceptional quality in terms of cut, carat, clarity and colour. Most importantly, all of its gemstones are ethically sourced and responsibly mined. Creative director Yana Zaikin - who named the brand after her daughter - has, until now, only taken commissions for bespoke pieces from an international clientele. But if the new Emilia collection is anything to go by, the future's looking rosy for Emily H.

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