London based jewellery brand to launch new collection at Chelsea fair

Bea Jareno Jewellery is delighted to announce that they will be exhibiting their new collection, 'Plethora', at the Chelsea exhibition, Desire Fair. 

The London-based jewellery brand is incredibly proud of their new collection, which is inspired by the underwater world and the richness of the sea. Just like previous collections, customers can expect asymmetry and uniqueness. The collection features fairtrade blue rose cut tourmaline alongside luxury baroque pearls. As with previous collections, the pieces are hand built initially from wax using a design that suits the gemstone and then cast into sterling silver. The pieces are then coated with 24ct gold which benefits from a rich luxurious colour and complements the blue of the tourmaline beautifully.

Bea Jareno Jewellery creates stunning pieces which exhibit the brand's ethos of one-of-a-kind designs and exquisite attention to detail.

Bea, founder and creative director said of the brand, "We love what we do and we put the same care and attention to every single piece of jewellery handcrafted at our studio. I am grateful for every single customer who puts their trust in me to create a beautifully unique piece of jewellery which reflects their taste and beliefs and ultimately brings happiness to them. A piece of jewellery is a piece of personal belonging which will pass into generations".

In line with previous collections, Bea Jareno Jewellery will offer customers the chance to have their own piece of jewellery built around a stone of their choice. Customers can visit their studio, by appointment, at ACAVA Studios, Studio 1, 21C Lombard Road, London, SW19 3TZ, to discuss their requirements or to purchase a piece of jewellery that has already been created.

Pieces can also be bought from the regularly updated collection on their website,

The jewellery firm also regularly exhibit at events throughout the country and customers can also find pieces in selected stores.

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