David Morris Berry collection looks good enough to eat
The London jeweller has released a tasty collection inspired by childhood treats
Just in time for Spring, luxury Bond Street jeweller David Morris has announced the release of a tantalising collection of rings, earrings and bracelets known as the 'berry collection'. Launching this month, the pieces are inspired by the subtle pastel hues and sugary textures of nostalgic pick ‘n’ mix confectionary – evoking fond memories of childhood for the wearer.
In line with this season’s biggest jewellery trend stacking – as seen on the fashion week runways at Chloé and Roberto Cavalli and soon-to-be Royal Meghan Markle, the capsule collection contains just thirty fun and colourful pieces designed to be mixed and matched. Warm tones associated with spring and summer also influence the colour palette of turquoise, pink coral and pearl which contrast perfectly with the rose gold metal in which each piece is set.
Each accessory is set with a pink sapphire flower in its centre, a delicate nod to the Morris brand’s colour. Starting from £2,000 a piece, the sumptuous collection targets a discerning, style conscious consumer and is one the brand’s most versatile assortments, providing the wearer with infinite styling opportunities.
As well as David Morris' London boutique, the brand also has stores in Paris, Moscow, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. Established in 1962, it is renowned for its unique and imaginative pieces combining rare and exquisite stones with traditional metals. Each David Morris design expresses ingenuity, creativity and unparalleled quality, exemplified here and in its other collections such as the precious gemstones Petite Palm, diamond Miss Daisy and the rose gold 'Rose Cut Forever.'