Tuesday January 21, 2020

Curated: Drawing on landscape

Boodles latest ‘high jewellery’ collection, The Poetry of Landscape, explores the beauty of nature with flowing forms and brilliantly coloured gems

14th May, 2017
Man O’War Bay, Dorset: The protective barrier of the Man O’War rocks creates a calm, tranquil bay where water ripples and overlaps Pic: Martin Morrell Photography

The release of a “high jewellery” collection by British fine jewellery brand Boodles is always a sensory treat, and this summer’s offering is no exception. Entitled The Poetry of Landscape, it comprises a six-story suite of pieces, each the progeny of Boodles’ head of design Rebecca Hawkins, the visionary jeweller now celebrating a quarter of a century’s work with the family business.

Stones featured range from peridots and...

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