April jewels on Instagram

Spring-like colours burst forth from our Insta feed this month, but which hue was most popular? Find out in our gallery of followers’ favourites.

  • Messika jewels are always popular on our Instagram feed, and the trend continued with this spectacular new high jewellery necklace at number five. Sparkling with 446 marquise-cut diamonds set to create waves of diamonds around the neck, the icing on the cake is the detachable 4.01 carat pear-cut diamond dangling from the centre (POA).    
  • Our followers appreciate the unique and unusual, and this Mikimoto body jewel is certainly both of those things. Our fourth most-liked Insta post this month, row up row of Mikimoto’s finest cultured Akoya pearls were hand selected to create the perfect silhouette while allowing for movement and comfort (POA).  
  • Proof that green gems are perennially popular with our Insta followers, this AENEA ring, shot by us in the Austrian jeweller’s home town of Salzburg, is set with a magnificent 8.32-carat African emerald. Look closely and you can spot the intertwined snakes that wrap round the finger, forming the band (POA). 
  • The luminous green gem in this Sutra ring got a whole lot of love on Instagram in April. The rare 11-carat Colombian emerald, which glowed under the lights, was one of my highlights of Baselworld, and the floral design, with pear-cut diamond petals, shows it off to perfection (POA).  
  • Doris Hangartner’s unusual violet tanzanite, set into a lilac ceramic band, was our most-liked jewel on Instagram this month. Doris is based in Zurich and has a passion for unusual gemstones – a passion that is obviously shared by our followers (POA). 
  • Sabine Getty Baby Memphis Wave chokers
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  • Anthony Lent Open Skull pearl ring

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