Nature’s Jems – Botanically Inspired Jewellery

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Jewellers have long been inspired by nature, but this year particularly has seen a rise in the trend for botanically inspired pieces. Driven by a desire to return to nature, and the simple fact that we have all spent more time connecting with the great outdoors, more than ever we are seeing delightful jewellery emerging, as designers have turned to Mother Nature for inspiration. Intricate and delicate, rich in textures and patinas, and often laden with symbolism, we have been rewarded with some joyous and beautiful jewellery, to be enjoyed for years to come.

Here’s our pick of the loveliest botanical pieces, from Michael Jones Jeweller in Banbury.

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About Michael Jones

2020 marks a new chapter for Banbury jeweller Michael Jones, with the opening of a brand-new dedicated Rolex Boutique instore. The extensively refurbished showroom also hosts dedicated areas for Omega, Zenith and Tag Heuer. With a full-time watchmaker onsite, Michael Jones offers a quick and easy watch repair service, which complements their expertise in choosing classic timepieces from the latest collections.

There is also range of exquisite jewellery. 18ct Gold Italian style of Fope sits alongside unique silver designs in Bastian, and there are pieces from world-renowned designer Shaun Leane and botanical jeweller Alex Monroe. Other renowned brands include Les Georgettes, Clogau, Ti Sento, and Deakin & Francis.

And with weddings back on the agenda for 2021, Michael Jones has a fabulous selection of engagement rings within their Portfolio of Fine Diamonds range, with experts on hand to offer advice on buying the perfect engagement ring and matching wedding band.

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