Jean Riley's "1987" Jewelry Collection Is an Ode to Spring
Take a look at the 10-piece range’s campaign here.
Following the release of its fruity accessories back in July, Australian brand Jean Riley has dropped new jewelry pieces as part of its “1987” collection. Founder Joel Riley explained the concept behind his latest designs:
“‘1987’ at its heart is symbolic of the delicacy intrinsic in my life. With precious gemstones in place of the glimmer of shining hope after in essence being crushed, and hammered gold to speak for the bent but not broken paths I’ve taken in the wake of heartbreak and unimaginable loss, and then with it’s outspoken and rebellious nature to stand up for the human in me, tacitly welcoming this next chapter with trembling but wide open arms.”
Delicately crafted from 925 recycled sterling silver, items in the range feature hand-blown glass motifs, freshwater pearls and artisan-crafted 14K solid gold pieces. Highlight styles include the Mareé Chain that symbolizes strength and courage, the Annafrida Bangle encrusted with garnet stone and the Maurice Ring boasting a round-cut London blue topaz in the center. Take a look at the collection’s campaign in the gallery above.
Jean Riley’s “1987” line ranges from $99 to $249 AUD (approximately $72 to $180 USD), which is now available online.