Five gold rings!
Left things to the last minute – jewellery is never a bad idea. You can shine like a diamond, put a ring on it, but we prefer… FIVE GOLD RINGS!
Over the rainbow
Colour me happy with pink and blue sapphires set in 18 carat gold. This absolute gem is by London-based designer GFG Jewellery (GFG means Gift From the Gods) and is available from Rococo Jewellery in Wokingham.
To the point
Love a statement ring? Well this bad boy gets straight to the point. Love the dagger shape in 18ct gold – and it's handmade in Vaessen Walker's studio in Chesham, Bucks. Also available in silver.
Goldie looking chain
For all you gals who love simple, good design, this Ti Sento gold chain ring will be getting some love right now. From Italian jewellery designer Ti Sento it's made in 18ct gold plate on premium 925 sterling silver – minimalist style and won't break the bank. Available from Rococo Jewellery in Wokingham.
Stack 'em up
Why have one gorgeous gold ring when you can have three? Designed by Berkshire-based designer Lisa Hutton of Limezest Jewellery, the stacking set has gemstones inspired by the colours of the Cornish coast – Swiss Blue Topaz, Peridot and Rhodolite Garnet. Dream of that staycay every day.
A bit of blue
Buying antique jewellery means you get something unique and ticks the sustainable box too. This unusual vintage 18ct gold ring is set with baguette cut sapphires and diamonds. It's a bauble we'd happily wear on Christmas Day. Available from Hungerford-based Antique Jewellery Boutique.