Saturday, May 25, 2024

New Dreamcatcher Collection

Elegant and sophisticated, Deakin & Francis have started the year in style with the launch of their alluring new Dreamcatcher collection.

With pieces for both men and women, the range features cufflinks, pendants, earrings and rings; all of which contain a beautiful, precision cut piece of Mother of Pearl.

“Mother of Pearl is not only elegant and sophisticated, it is timeless. And, reminiscent of a dreamcatcher, the stone is also often associated with positive fortune and good luck. At the start of the year, when everyone is making new year’s resolutions about their hopes and dreams, it was the perfect opportunity to launch a range that truly captured this ideology.” James Deakin, Creative Director.

With stunning white and grey mother of pearl inlays, the round designs are beautifully encased in a choice of Sterling Silver or Rose Gold plated settings and are finished with a choice of four precious gemstones; aquamarine, blue sapphire, pink sapphire or yellow sapphire.

“As an organic, natural stone, the mother of pearl used in each piece of jewellery is totally unique, just like our hopes and aspirations. Built up of precious layers, producing different wavelengths of light, this causes the colours of the pearl to shimmer and shine, giving a distinct look and finish. These truly stunning pieces are the perfect, everlasting choice for both sophisticated women and refined gentleman.”

For the men, the cufflinks come complete with small domed oval spring link fittings. The ladies’ collection includes rings in a choice of sizes, drop earrings with comfortable fish hook settings and small and large pendants, including chain. The backs of the earrings and pendants are also finished with a pretty, intricate hand-cut flower pattern to truly complete the look.

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