Sabine G jewellery: talented British designer charms the US with her Art Deco vibe

Bold, colourful Art Deco styled pieces animate the Harlequin collection by Sabine G.

Sabine G for Latest Revival one-of-a-kind Harlequin yellow gold ring featuring pink and yellow sapphires and diamonds.

There is no doubt that Sabine Ghanem, aka Sabine G, is on a roll. Launched less than two years ago, the London-based designer's delicate and colourful wares have taken the jewellery world by storm.

Her eponymous jewellery brand has just added online luxury jeweller Latest Revival to its impressive roster of stockists, which includes Matches and Browns in London as well as Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Maxfield in LA and Montaigne Market in Paris.

Sabine's latest collection, Harlequin, is inspired by the colourful Art Deco movement and features white diamonds contrasted with pink, yellow and blue sapphires as well as enamel in various colours.

She has also created a six-piece One of a Kind capsule collection for Latest Revival, to sit alongside her main collection. The exclusive range encompasses stunning rectangle rings, pendants and drop earrings in yellow gold with diamonds and sapphires.

Dalia Oberlander, founder and CEO of Latest Revival, says she was drawn to Sabine's aesthetic as well as her philosophy of creating jewellery with a story that can be passed down through generations while still remaining personal to the wearer.

"At Latest Revival, we strive to deliver a fresh and interesting mix of jewels, and inherent to our curation is an 'old meets new' perspective. This capsule with Sabine is a direct reflection of that philosophy, and we're excited to share these beautiful designs, which are Art Deco reinterpreted and made contemporary."

Chic and elegant, Sabine G's jewellery seamlessly fuses modern elegance with references from the past; her debut collection, Relic, was inspired by the engravings on a 12th century medieval box.

Sabine also draws inspiration from the rich mix of Eastern and Western cultures of her childhood, which was spent in Beirut and Geneva followed by training at  New York's prestigious Gemological Institute of America. Her intricate designs speak of an immaculate attention to detail and all of her pieces are handmade in Florence by expert Italian artisans. 

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