Jewellery is one of the most personal ways of expressing yourself and adding an extra layer of individuality to your outfit. Whether you are looking for an eye-catching piece of jewellery, to make a statement at a glamorous soirée, or a subtle addition to your everyday attire, discover an exquisite selection of pieces to choose from at The Royal Exchange.
Run by the Wainwrights for six generations, a strong sense of family is central to British jeweller Boodles. So much so, its new campaign features iconic mother and daughter duo Yasmin and Amber Le Bon to emphasise the importance of family relationships. Visit the Boodles boutique at The Royal Exchange to browse exquisite pieces designed to complement both mother and daughter, including pieces from the Be Boodles collection (pictured), where the capital “B” of the company’s name becomes an abstract and feminine motif.
City HardWear double long link earrings, shown in 18k rose gold and 18k gold, £1,800 per pair; City HardWear link necklace in 18k gold, £8,150; City HardWear link bracelet in 18k gold, £3,900; all from Tiffany & Co. at The Royal Exchange
Since Tiffany & Co. first opened in New York in 1837, it has been synonymous with urban sophistication at its most refined. Its new City HardWear link collection, available at the Tiffany & Co. boutique at The Royal Exchange, is an evolution of its signature industrial aesthetic, elongating the original City HardWear design’s iconic gauge links and playing with the proportions. The collection draws inspiration from the urban spirit of New York City and the clean, simple shapes found in functional hardware, adding a utilitarian elegance to any outfit.
Celebrating British design and craftsmanship in silver and gold, Links of London’s latest collection captures the beauty of the British countryside in a new set of wildlife-inspired charms comprising 12 species native to the UK. In the Links of London boutique at The Royal Exchange you can try the selection of delicate charms – which features an animal or flower for each month of the year – plus, to complement the charms, a limited-edition linked bracelet and a necklace are available, both specially designed using sterling silver oval links.
Designer Nina Koppel first worked with Georg Jensen on jewellery designs in the late 1980s, with her Fusion collection marking the house’s debut gold jewellery design. Ideal for wearing from day to night, the elegant Georg Jensen Fusion 2019 line expands on Koppel’s famed interlocking millennial ring design, in a new, contemporary collection of pendants, earrings and bangles. Created from combined parts of 18ct gold and diamond-set precious metal, the new pieces are a refined expression of the original designs, but in lighter, open forms, and the collection can be explored at the Georg Jensen boutique at The Royal Exchange.
Discover all of the above and much more at The Royal Exchange’s outstanding array of jewellery boutiques.