If, like us, you want your Instagram feed to be full of pretty jewels and eye-catching designs then look no further. We’ve rounded up our favourite accounts to follow, from quirky statement pieces to everyday essentials.
Pronounced mō-shen, this fine jewellery brand has a home grown feel as it’s made by independent artists. The line is known for unique turquoise and diamond combinations, and one-of-kind stone cluster rings using antique diamonds and rare gemstones.
2. Atelier Romy
Created by women for women, Atelier Romy recognises individual style. The brand is focused online to cut-out the middleman and offers gold and silver pieces at more affordable prices. With over 20 years experience in the jewellery industry, you can see why Atelier Romy is so popular with the most stylish women.
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3. Anita Berisha
Anita Berisha’s Instagram bio explains her brand perfectly as “wearable art”. Founded in 2016 by self-taught designer Anita Berisha in New York, the label is known for it’s playful take on jewellery by using different shapes and textures. Every collection has its own story as pieces are recycled and can stand the test of time.
4. Monica Vinader
Bridging the gap between fine and fashion jewellery, Monica Vinader’s passion for colour dictates her collections. Her jewellery can be stacked, personalised and worn every day – look to her Instagram account for inspiration on how to wear it.
Born as a collaboration between the designer Marisa Hordern, her sister and her mother, Missoma is known for brightly coloured pieces and contemporary designs. The affordable price points mean that you feel no qualms about shopping as you stalk on Instagram.
6. Sophie Bille Brahe
The Copenhagen-based Sophie Bille Brahe already has a dedicated following. Follow for beautifully pure images of her designs.
7. Eddie Borgo
At a young age, Gai Repossi took the helm at her family’s jewellery house, founded by her grandfather in 1920. The epitome of French chic, and influenced by her degree in archaeology, her jewellery is characterised by a modern minimalism that is reflected in the brand’s Instagram account.
Established in 2009 by Annoushka Ducas, who previously founded Links of London, this label seeks to cater to the modern woman’s desire for jewellery to be part of her personal identity. Follow for stunning shots of the latest designs and updates on artist collaborations.
12. Georg Jensen
With a history that spans more than 100 years, Georg Jensen continues to make jewellery that feels contemporary. The brand’s Instagram page reveals the extent of the Georg Jensen world – featuring everything from watches to silverware and gifts.