Best known for its iconic bags including the classic Bayswater and quirky Alexa, British brand Mulberry have surprised us again with another sure-to-be hit collection - but this time they're branching out into jewellery, and the result is a unique collection of pieces that will be the talking point of any outfit.
From drop harness necklaces to stand-out rings and quirky earrings, we're sold on this head-turning collection. And the best news? Despite its designer label, the products won't break the bank, with prices starting at just £175.
Scroll through to see our edit of the stunning new Mulberry jewellery collection, but be warned: lust ensues...
Looking to stand out? This necklace, when worn with a pared-back LBD and heels, will make you the belle of any ball. Made from antique silver and with a harness-style design, it's bound to get you noticed. A true statement necklace, if ever there was one.
Ring, £245 (opens in new tab)
Made from antique brass and finished with a stand-out Hawk's Eye semi-precious gemstone, this bold ring will bring a boho feel to any look. Pair with gold or wear it alone to make a statement.
Cream pearl and antique silver ring, £195 (opens in new tab)
This stunning ring is a serious talking-point piece. Made with Swarovski crystals and a stunning pearl, it'll be a glamorous finishing touch to any outfit.
Princess earrings, £395 (opens in new tab)
If statement jewellery is your style, these quirky earrings are the ultimate investment buy. The tiger eye gemstone was thought to have magical properties and bring blessing and wisdom to the wearer.
Jewel earrings, £645 (opens in new tab)
"Inspired by Medieval and Victoriana costume jewels, fictional creatures and inspiring gemstones" is how these stunning earrings are described by the brand. We say they're a jewellery classic you'll pass down to generations - and will finish off that black tie (opens in new tab) look perfectly.
Abigail Malbon is a journalist who has written for the likes of CN Traveller, Evening Standard, Red and Cosmopolitan. She likes pina coladas and exploring new places.
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