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Discover The White Garden – our latest collection of blossoming beauties

Discover The White Garden – our latest collection of blossoming beauties

Our new Summer collection has arrived! Inspired by a garden in full, fragrant bloom, The White Garden features 35 new pieces infused with the colourful abundance of this season.

When designing the new collection, Laura drew inspiration from the dreamy English garden created by Vita Sackville-West and her husband at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent. The garden is planted in a series of “rooms”, and our collection draws inspiration from The White Garden in particular: an area bursting with white and green with subtle pink toned blooms.

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Each flower in the Sissinghurst Garden was carefully chosen for its form, colour, and scale, and the same is true for each element of our new collection. You’ll find a thoughtful symphony of the finest freshwater pearls, delicate mother of pearl, and lush green tourmalines and emeralds – as well as a smattering of pink and peachy sapphires for a petal-soft touch of colour.

You’ll also find pieces inspired by a range of white blooms, including our Gardenia choker, Magnolia Charms, Anemone Pendants, and jasmine-inspired necklaces and bracelets.

In addition to inspiring the collection’s core colour palette, flowers are woven throughout the designs as well. Our Wildflower Studs and Marguerite Spinner Necklace include dainty golden floral motifs, while the tiny Seedling Studs resemble miniature daisies. Other flower-inspired pendants include our striking Anemone designs made from hand-cut and engraved mother of pearl. 

The entire collection combines the natural beauty of a flourishing summer garden with considered, elegant design. Each piece can stand alone, or – just like picking your favourite blooms for a bouquet – you can mix and match pieces to create the perfect ensemble for your next summer event.

Explore the full White Garden Collection now 

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