With influences of both East and West, Leyla Abdollahi is recognised as an important emerging fine jewellery designer. The London-based jeweller's passion lies in vibrant gemstones set into handcrafted gold that explore the relationship between fantasy and reality. The Okeanides collection takes inspiration from the aquatic nymphs of Greek mythology. These eternally youthful and beautiful feminine spirits, the daughters of the Gods Okeanus and Tethys, were said to be the guardians of the Earth's fresh water sources and were seen as the fusion between Gods, nature and humans. Leya Abdollahi's Admete ring in yellow gold takes inspiration - and its name - from the nymph of the wild mountain streams and features a single, perfectly round, dusty-grey Tahitian pearl, encircled by a stream of pavé black diamonds and tsavorite garnets with a single garnet drop. The deep green of the tsavorite garnets resembles the grassy banks of a mountain stream, while the black diamonds evoke a more rocky and mysterious path synonymous with the mythology of Ancient Greece.