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My Jewellery Box of Dreams; Nisha Patel - Jewellery Buyer

By Amanda Evans 3 Minute Read

From statement pieces to luxury essentials, and a plethora of precious metals and sparkling gemstones, we’re spoilt for choice! Just what would be in your jewellery box of dreams?

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Creating the ultimate jewellery box wishlist is an exciting task that presents incredibly tough decisions! We posed the almost unanswerable question to our key jewellery buyers to discover which pieces of jewellery would formulate the contents of their dream jewellery box.

Second in our series of three articles is Nisha, and here’s what she had to say…

Introducing Nisha Patel; Buyer – Goldsmiths Bridal and Diamond

I love the sentimental value of jewellery. Watching friends and family wear jewellery which they have been given, or have bought themselves, and listening to them as they share their stories of their precious purchases, often kept for a lifetime, gives me so much joy.

Adding jewellery to everyday outfits amplifies personality and individual style. There are no rules as to how much you can and can’t wear – choose minimalist or make a statement with big and bold jewellery. I love how jewellery can be used to express oneself.

With so many gorgeous stones to pick from, if I had to pick one, I would choose a blue sapphire. I particularly love royal blue as a key trend in coloured gemstones. Sapphires are particularly desirable and undeniably stunning across several jewellery styles.

Personally, I like to keep a classic staple wardrobe with all the key essentials, investing in nice fabrics and shapes. But love to buy a new dress print or a coloured item dependant on the key trends for the season, and pair my jewellery accordingly.

Out of work I love to travel and explore new places, discovering new places to eat and drink. But I do love my weekends at home where I enjoy working on interior projects around the house and spending time with my friends and family. Keeping a balance between both throughout the year is my ideal. But when it comes to special occasions, I love a wedding! Over the summer, I have been invited to a lot of wedding ceremonies, including the wedding day and all the prior family events. This presents an opportunity to not just dress up, but also to wear gorgeous jewellery pieces which are usually kept aside for special occasions. From diamond bangles, statement necklaces and earrings ranging from gold or diamond set jewellery to coloured gemstones. I love to choose key jewellery pieces that will complement and elevate my chosen outfit and footwear.

This gorgeous Oval Diamond Cut Solitaire stone is a standout engagement ring made up of a 1.5 carat stone. The single stone setting, and larger carat diamond presents a real statement when worn. It would definitely be a shape I would love if I were to get engaged and presents something a little different over a traditional round diamond setting.

This is a stunning diamond ring made up of seven emerald cut diamonds. The elongated rectangular emerald cut diamonds in a claw setting give a unique presentation.

These Sapphire and diamond pear drop earrings are a gorgeous set. I love the pear-shaped sapphire stone paired with diamonds. They could be worn to dinner with friends or even on a special occasion. Very on trend and inspired by royalty.

Stunning classic Solitaire studs – a jewellery box essential. 0.5 carat diamonds in each ear will definitely give extra sparkle!

This gorgeous 1ct classic diamond solitaire pendant is great for an everyday look, or to dress up for a special occasion.

Find the perfect pieces for your jewellery box of dreams here at Goldsmiths online or visit us in store at one of our showrooms where our jewellery experts will be delighted to help you.

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