Colour Me Happy – The Perfect Jewellery for Spring

Jewellery for spring that is a refershing mix of colour and style

by Reema Farooqui

Spring is finally here. And with it colours, in a slew of tones from energizing vibrant to billowy pastels. This season also brings with it its own jewellery choices. While these choices are unlimited, they all point to joy and colour. Tinged with pink, lavender, azure and gold, lit up by sparkle and shine, spring jewellery is always uplifting and eye-catching. And pearls continue to feature in it, in a big way!

Here are some standout fine jewellery choices for spring.

Mikimoto Cherry Blossom Ring, jewellery for spring

Sakura Blooms

Imagine an avenue of Cherry Blossom trees in flower. It could be at the Osaka castle or around Tidal Basin in Washington DC. Now imagine a piece of jewellery that evokes these scenes. The Cherry Blossom Ring by MIKIMOTO, with one round white South Sea pearl and diamonds, is set in 18K pink gold. An elegant homage to the pink sakura blossom.

Misahara pearl, diamond and pink sapphire ear jackets

Sparkling Fireworks

Candy Hanabi Sparks Ear Jackets by Milamore Jewelry are set with gleaming white Akoya pearls and diamonds. Pink sapphires add a delicious pop of colour to these 18K recycled yellow gold earrings. “Hanabi” is a Japanese word that roughly translates to flower fire, an apt description of fireworks. These “floral” earrings are bound to light up your look with dazzle and shine.

Misahara Ruby and rose gold necklace for Spring

Spring in Bloom

Delicate and feminine, the Petal Necklace by Misahara Jewelry, embodies the spirit of Spring. Set with rubies, pink sapphires and diamonds and mounted in 18K rose gold, this necklace is the perfect harbinger of spring.

Akaila Reid ring, jewellery for spring

Tickled Pink

The allure of floral jewellery continues to endure. This one-of-a-kind pink floral ring by jewellery designer Akaila Reid reminds us of why we all gravitate towards colourful floral designs in spring, especially after being blanketed in the monotonous greys and whites of winter. Set with one 10mm pink Freshwater pearl in a halo of pink sapphires and mounted in 18K rose gold, this ring has spring written all over it.

jewellery for spring

Flowers from a Moghul Garden

The gardens of Moghul India had flowers, but they also had water. Pools, fountains and running streams added another dimension of sensory delight. The Deepa Necklace by Modern Moghul, set with opals, diamonds and one large baroque freshwater pearl, brings a Moghul garden to life with precious gems. The evergreen floral design of this necklace, coupled with its cool and refreshing colours, beckon spring in all its glory.

jewellery for spring

The Ocean is Calling…

Spring is the gateway to summer, and while we can’t yet be spending endless, sunny days at the beach, we can still dream of them. Spiral Nacreous Shell Earrings by jewellery designer Silvia Furmanovich are set with grey Tahitian pearls, diamonds and a creamy white spiral nacreous shells. The 18K yellow gold, one of a kind earrings allow us to revel in the unadulterated beauty that is hidden in the secretive depths of oceans.

Two Butterfly necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels

The Butterfly Effect

Goodbye winter scarves, the open collar is back and with it the quintessential pendant necklace. The Two Butterfly pendant necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels is a stylish classic. Its charm continues to enchant. Set with glossy, iridescent, calibrated white Mother-of-Pearl and diamonds, this pendant is mounted in 18K rose gold. A perfect piece of jewellery for spring? Oh, yes!

Pearl and coral brooch by Assael

Treasures of the Sea

Spring is here, but there is still a slight chill in the air. And what better way to adorn your light jacket than with a stunning brooch. A multi-gem set brooch by Assael, from their NatureScapes collection. Like an underwater painting of the Mediterranean sea floor, this brooch has been realized in natural materials sourced directly from the bounty of Mother Earth. Featuring a tablet of very fine Dendritic agate with pink inclusions, Sardinian coral, garnets and one gleaming, white natural saltwater pearl, this brooch is the embodiment of joie de vivre.

jewellery for spring

Spring is in the Air

Encompassing all the joyful colours of spring, Le Vian’s Ombre ring is like wearing a bejewelled, miniature version of Monet’s garden on your finger. Set with a radiant, white Freshwater pearl, diamonds, sapphires, amethysts and a deeply saturated rhodolite, this cocktail ring is mounted in 14K rose gold. If you love multihued jewellery for spring, then this ring is for you!

jewellery for spring

Asymmetric Chic

Straight from the fashion runways, asymmetrical earrings have a lot to say – they are modern, edgy and fresh. Coupled with coloured gems, the asymmetrical style in earrings becomes a nearly irresistible choice of jewellery for spring. These multi-coloured sapphire and diamond earrings by jewellery designer Lisa Nik, are both statement and luxe, and made for a jewellery lover who wants to stand out but still show their love for the season of colours.

Featured Image: Anemone Blush Earrings, from the Anemone Collection by Sicis Jewels

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