Spring is finally here and it couldn't be more welcome. We're celebrating the change of season with a colourful, fresh pop of colour. From vivid greens, mellow yellows, warm orange and peachy pinks, we've picked out a vibrant selection to see you through Spring.
On International Women's day we thought we would introduce some of the talented women jewellers we have on Lovedazzle. In fact 59 of the 62 designers on lovedazzle are women, so let's celebrate the creativity of these amazing women behind the jewellery.
This years Pantone colour of the year has been announced as Very Peri. February is also the month of Amethyst, most commonly available in lilac to deep purple hues. So we've put together a purple edit to celebrate the calming strength of the colour purple.
Throughout history garnets are referenced as a symbol of love and are associated with eternity. They are traditionally given for the 2nd wedding anniversary, and are also the birthstone for January. Symbolising love, luck, friendship and loyalty they make a great gift for a loved one, or those born in January.
Our final guest selects before Dazzle Invites ends this Sunday 9 January is Sarah James, Director of Craft Festival and Find a Maker. As a fellow supporter of craft, we asked Sarah to cast her knowledgable eye over Dazzle Invites and pick her top four.
Our next Guest Selects is Dan Dower, an old friend of Dazzle and one half of the creative force behind British jewellery brand Dower & Hall. We asked Dan to cast his expert eye on the Dazzle Invites collection and pick his top four pieces.
Dazzle Invites - Guest Selects: Kathryn Bishop, who works as an editor at The Future Laboratory, is a member of the Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council and a freeman of the Goldsmiths' Company picks her top four pieces from Dazzle Invites.
Rachael Taylor is a globally renowned jewellery journalist and co-founder of The Jewellery Cut, we've called on her expert eye to select her top four pieces from Lovedazzle.com.
Dazzle Invites - Guest Selects. We share our second guests selection with you Bryna Pomp. Having spent her entire career in the field, Bryna is a globally recognised expert in contemporary jewellery. Working for the Museum of Arts and Design in New York as Director of MAD About Jewelry since 2011.
As part of Dazzle Invites we called upon industry experts and collectors to select their favourite pieces from the exhibition. We start off with journalist and Art critic Corinne Julius.