The most wanted jewellery and accessories on Wallpaper’s festive wish list
Discover the jewellery pieces we are hoping will be under the tree this Christmas Day
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Struggling to decide what makes it onto your wish list this holiday season? Be inspired by the pieces which have made it on to ours, from quirky homeware to resin jewellery and cheeky glassware, these are the pieces we would be delighted to both give and receive.
The initial necklace gets a chic upgrade in the hands of Patcharavipa who draws unconventional silhouettes in a warm 18k gold. Gift a single piece, or spell out a loved one’s name for an extra-special token.
Jessica McCormack & Haas Brothers
We loved last year’s collaboration between Jessica McCormack and the Haas Brothers, so we were pleased to hear they have worked together again, this time on a range of jewellery boxes. Forget everything you thought you knew about these traditional pieces - here, the fantastic and the strange rule in three boxes which celebrate stylish and subversive design codes.
Price on request, jessicamccormack.com
There’s no mistaking Australia-based Dinosaur Design’s cheerful collections of homeware and jewellery in resin. The new Holiday collection twists bold ropes of resin into smooth bangles, sculpts it into swirling rock cups and smooths it into zesty earth bowls - we want it all.
Pearl vase £100, dinosaurdesigns.co.uk
Ana Khouri’s trained artist’s eye brings an edgy elegance to her jewellery, and no-one does minimalism with a twist better than she does. Her offbeat placements and unexpected design details mean she has always been number one on our wishlist. This Philippa ear cuff is a classic Khouri piece - curving sensually around the lobe, its 18k gold form lends a reassuring weight.
£7,885, matchesfashion.com (opens in new tab)
We have our eye on Eera’s joyous range of neon accessories, whether it’s a padlock earring or a vibrant chain link bracelet. If you can bear to wait, the SS22 collection of smiley faces studded in diamonds and framed in neon are available next year and are the best we’ve seen yet from the Italian fine jewellery brand.
Price to be confirmed, instagram.com
Jenny Sweetnam plays on classic concepts - an alternative engagement ring, an eternity ring - and presents them in entirely unexpected ways. The Enshrine necklaces are the modern version of a locket, slotting apart for a space just big enough for a special token.
Anissa Kermiche x Maison Flaneur
Anissa Kermiche brings a sculptural sensuality to everything she does, and her latest collaboration with home decor brand Maison Flaneur is no different. We love this range of pastel-coloured beautiful glassware in the jewellery designer's token cheeky shapes which can be used as anything from a vase to a wine glass.
You can’t go wrong with these twisting, textured hoops in recycled silver from Loveness Lee, which add an effortless edge to every look and promise to go with anything.
£160, lovenesslee.com (opens in new tab)
Hannah Silver joined Wallpaper* in 2019 to work on watches and jewellery. Now, as well as her role as watches and jewellery editor, she writes widely across all areas including on art, architecture, fashion and design. As well as offbeat design trends and in-depth profiles, Hannah is interested in the quirks of what makes for a digital success story.
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