Christmas Gift Guide: 17 pieces of gold jewellery to adorn yourself with

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Go forth and accessorise in this season’s hottest trend      

Necks, wrists and lobes have never been more adorned with gold than in 2018. Ok, maybe that isn’t entirely factually correct, but the love for gold jewellery has been strong this year, and we anticipate that will continue well into 2019.

From layered necklaces with a mix of pendants, to a stack of chunky chain cuffs, sculptural designs to fine dainty pieces, go for gold this Christmas. 

Industry insider favourite, Alighieri, has been spotted non-stop on editors and street stylers alike this year. Garner your wrist with one of Alighieri’s signature designs. 

Coin chain charm, £250, Alighieri 

Add to your stacking rings with Pandora’s harvest themed band. 

Grain ring, £55, Pandora 

Add a little artistic flair into your accessories repertoire. 

Heavenly body earrings, £62.20, ANNA+NINA 

Taste maker Lucy Williams added more hugely desirable pieces into her Missoma collection this summer, and we have got our eyes on this necklace. 

Mini bead coin necklace, £79, Missoma 

The only jewellery trend nearly as big as gold this year was pearls, combine both with this Mango pair. 

Asymmetric earrings, £12.99, Mango 

Take hardware seriously in the form of Miansai’s iconic screw cuff. 

Cuff, £165, Miansai 

Elephants never forget, and you won’t forget this beautiful piece either. 

Indian elephant necklace, £165, Alex Monroe 

Another insider favourite is Wald Berlin, the brand that brought back shells as the most desirable item of the summer. Get ahead of the curve for next year and bag this one now. 

Shell necklace, £142, Wald Berlin 

Add a touched of gilded glamour to your fingers this festive season. 

Twist adjustable ring, £49, Ania Haie 

Queen of architectural design, Anissa Kermiche, knows how to design a knock-out pair of earrings. 

Trio architect earrings, £255, Anissa Kermiche 

The chunky chain is back and this is the only one we want on our wrists this Christmas. 

Chain bracelet, £295, Monica Vinader 

If dainty is your style look no further than Catherine Zoraida’s starry night bracelet. 

Starry night moon bracelet, £110, Catherine Zoraida 

Perfect for layering and ideal for the festive season, Tada & Toy are ticking all the boxes. 

Falling star chain, £95, Tada & Toy 

If you are still trying to relive summer and long evenings on the beach, these Isabel Marant earrings will do the job. 

Shell drop earrings, £60, Isabel Marant  

Twist and shake up your arm candy. 

Twist bangle, £79, Ania Haie 

If it’s a statement piece you’re after, Missoma have got you covered. 

Rising sun medallion, £169, Missoma 

Or if you’d rather something simple and paired back, you can’t go wrong with a chic gold band. 

Havana thin ring, £75, Monica Vinader 

Images: Courtesy of brands 


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