Introducing Silk & Steel Sentiments range

Much loved local jewellery brand, Silk & Steel have released their beautiful and well-priced ‘Sentiments’ collection featuring Sarah Cotterall’s signature edgy design and beautiful rose quartz and black spinel gemstones.

Silk & Steel is worn by the likes of Ellie Goulding, Gin Wigmore, Hollie Smith and Rachel Hunter

Silk & Steel is a well-priced New Zealand jewellery brand that celebrates relaxed luxury and that’s certainly evident in the brand’s latest ‘Sentiments’ range.

Created by Jewellery designer, Sarah Cotterall, Silk & Steel blends traditional elements and the pairing of opposites to create instantly wearable, contemporary pieces to style and layer with confidence.

 

No wonder Sarah’s unique and unconventional approach to designs have led to a diverse celebrity following, including Ellie Goulding, Gin Wigmore, Hollie Smith and Rachel Hunter. And Silk&Steel’s latest ‘Sentiments’ collection remains true to form with delightful use of rose and black gemstones you can’t help be drawn to.

Inspired by a personal jewellery collection of sentimental value that denotes nostalgia and joy, ‘Sentiments’ evokes feelings, memories and defining moments.

 

Featuring vintage inspired rings, necklaces and earrings, each with a unique oversized claw setting that accentuates the beautiful stones.

 

Sarah’s signature use of clever couture design and vibrant gemstones are evident in each piece as is expert craftsmanship that’s seen the brand favoured by global luxury retailer Jewel Street along with high-end stores around New Zealand, including Smith & Caughey’s, Yvonne Bennetti and Storm.

Each piece within the ‘Sentiments’ line has been meticulously handmade by artisans in rhodium or 14k gold plated sterling silver and handset with beautiful rose quartz and black spinel gemstone, making them future heirlooms of everlasting memories.

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