6 Black Jewellery Designs That You Need In Your Life
Posted on 27 December 2017
"All black everything, pledge your allegiance". It's a song lyric, but also an attitude to style. An attitude that less is more and that simple, well-designed pieces conquer all. Black jewellery is the perfect option if you're looking for accessories that can be effortlessly combined with your existing wardrobe. To help you join the "all black everything" army, we've selected six of our favourite black jewellery designs.
Lee Renée is a London-based designer who combines fashion and craftsmanship to create narrative-driven designs. This Black Spinnel brilliant cut pendant necklace is striking, elegant and effortlessly contemporary. Made from recycled silver, then overlayed with 18ct gold, there’s really no better way to make a subtle statement.
The black diamond solitaire ring by Myia Bonner is the ideal gift for a minimalist gal. Made from 9ct yellow gold and black diamond, this is the perfect ring to propose with if you are planning on designing or choosing your forever ring together.
Bellus Domina is contemporary jewellery brand that never stops looking for fresh, innovative design techniques. Each piece is designed to give the modern day woman the gift of confidence. We love the drama behind this black panther design.
Carousel Jewels strive to give history and heritage a modern, playful twist. These elegant black onyx and rutile quartz small drop earrings are ideal for everyday wear.
London-based brand Phira London make a point of designing all of their pieces for both men and women. This black onyx stone statement ring is made from sterling silver and is stylishly engraved with the Phira London logo.
Edge Only design contemporary jewellery with an edge. This sterling silver heart pendant is plated in black rhodium and made from solid sterling silver. If you’re more of a sweet-hearted type, this piece is always available in polished silver.
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