Window shopping at Elizabeth Gage

When in London, jewellery lovers must not miss a visit to Elizabeth Gage, the jeweler whose large rings, historical references, gorgeous stones and elaborate craftsmanship set the tone for a whole generation.

ELIZABETH GAGE, Oak leaf ring, this fabulous entwined oak leaf ring features yellow and white gold oak leaves decorated with diamonds.  The oak leaf is one of the symbols on the Middleton’s newly designed coat of arms. £12,600

When in London, jewellery lovers must not miss a visit to Elizabeth Gage, the jeweler whose large rings, historical references, gorgeous stones and elaborate craftsmanship set the tone for a whole generation. Elizabeth Gage is a legend in the world of jewellery. Her groundbreaking designs and sympathetic eye for beautiful stones come together in powerful jewels that speak of the richness of our history. Much imitated, her style has made its mark on the international jewellery scene and eagle-eyed she oversees each piece to bear her name. Have a look at this selection of some her pieces that sum up the genius of her design and fine workmanship. I never tire of the Kiss pins that reminds me of  the romance of times past and I could gaze at those gorgeous sea-blue aquamarines for hours.

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