As winter loosens its grip and fields become dotted with daffodils and crocuses, it’s time to bring those spring gems, jewels and diamonds out of deep hibernation.
But with jewellery trends turning quicker than British weather, you might be thinking about updating your spring collection with something new (or should we say, pre-owned).
With that said, here’s our list of spring-inspired jewellery trends to help you renew your look ready for the new season ahead.
Bold and versatile, chunky gold necklaces and bracelets can be worn with just about anything. As a precious metal, investing in a pre-owned gold item could be a smart financial move to kick-start your spring.
Aside from the possibility of financial gain, adding gold to your collection also has astrological and spiritual benefits said to bring positive energy, prosperity and stability. Who doesn’t want more of that in their life?
Otherwise known as ‘the lord of gemstones’, the deep red of a ruby continues to be a popular choice for spring-inspired jewellery shoppers. As one of the toughest stones in existence (second only to diamonds), it stands the test of time with mystical qualities said to preserve physical and mental health for its owner.
Spring just wouldn’t be the same without a little sparkle. Light and airy, a flutter of the UK’s favourite stone is enough to complement any attire. If you like the idea of diamonds, but want to add a twist to your look, a pre-owned bespoke item – like our pendant below – could be the answer.
If you’re searching for a specific diamond item, get in touch with our team and we’ll check across our six stores for you. We’re constantly replenishing stock, so we can usually help – even with the most unusual jewellery requests.
Simple and sophisticated, the calming blue of a sapphire is a symbol of protection, spiritual insight and good fortune. As an affordable alternative to diamonds, this royalty-linked stone is an understated addition to any spring-inspired bracelet, necklace or ring (like the one below).
As a non-traditional item for spring, a five-row gold keeper ring adds a bold twist to any look. Often worn as a status symbol, the keeper ring is said to originate from the Victorian era, representing the romantic sentiment ‘you’re a keeper’. But traditions aside, if you’re looking for something a little different this spring, a keeper ring might just be the perfect addition you’re looking for.
Selling your spring jewellery
If you’re tired of wearing the same jewellery pieces every spring and want to turn your unworn items into cash, get in touch for a free valuation.We can also offer you loans against your spring jewellery items, as well as electricals, music equipment, watches, gold, silver, cars and motorbikes.