Hot-pink gems for the height of summer

These generously sized tourmalines, rubellites and rubies with a ripe pink hue are in a class of their own.

  • Sarah Ho’s new Wisteria ring is a celebration of summer. A 3.92-carat pear-cut rubellite the colour of bougainvillea is the showstopper here, set east-west for a twist on tradition and complemented by baby pink opal beads and baguette-cut rubies (£9,225).
  • A bee buzzes around a bejewelled leaf, topped with a pretty pink-tinged ruby from Mozambique, in this new Le Secret Between the Finger ring from Van Cleef & Arpels. Each jewel holds a surprise in the Le Secret collection, and this ring is engraved with the message “Believe in Luck”, which is a play on the “bee and leaf” theme (POA).
  • Lydia Courteille’s new capsule collection imagines a Garden of Eden where exotic fruits grow in abundance. Called Fruits of my Passion, these one-of-a-kind earrings are set with two hot-pink marquise-cut tourmalines nestled amongst bunches of yellow sapphire bananas. Lying in wait above, ready to strike, are two brown diamond-set snakes (POA).
  • Vanleles has launched a new collection, Out of Africa, devoted to vivid, pink-tinged rubies and rubellites from Mozambique. The heart and soul of this cocktail ring is a gorgeous pear-shaped 8.14-carat rubellite, accompanied by rubies and diamonds (£25,200).
  • This ruby ring stopped us in our tracks at the David Morris boutique in Paris recently. Traditionally red, this 16.59-carat fuchsia-hued oval-cut ruby beams out sunset-in-paradise vibes (POA).
  • Temple St.Clair flying fish earrings
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  • De Beers Awakening Lotus necklace

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Since founding The Jewellery Editor in 2010, we have grown our digital magazine to be the number one global source of information and inspiration for fine jewellery and luxury watches.

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