Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates the people who have passed from this life to the next, helping to support their spiritual journey. Symbolised by painted sugar skulls, blooms of marigolds and vibrant bold colours, here’s the jewellery we’ll be wearing on November 1st.
Sugar Skull Ring, Large
deVos Jewellery, Gold Coast, Australia
Taking inspiration from the traditional sugar skulls of Mexico, this chunky skull ring is a testament to Marc deVos’ talent for intricate design and metalwork. It is finished in highly polished sterling silver with textured detail on the shoulders.
Mariposa Pendant Multicolour
Le Sibille, Rome, Italy
Italian brand, Le Sibille, is renowned for their epically intricate and colourful mosaic jewellery. The uplifting butterfly pendant is one of our favourites from their collection.
La Catrina Ring - Cornelian Flower
Flavie Michou, London, UK
Finished with a cornelian flower and colourful gemstone accents, this ring from Flavie Michou is pretty quirky. And the jaw is movable for an added playful touch.
Flower Bud Ring
Zaffiro, Oregon, USA
Handcrafted entirely in Zaffiro’s studio in Oregon, this Flower Bud Ring is a bright pop of colour. Featuring the brand’s signature decorative granulation detail, the ring is set with a pink tourmaline and purple sapphire.
Kimili, Tbilisi, Georgia
Made from cloisonné enamel, the beauty of poppies inspired this ring from Georgia brand, Kimili. The ring depicts the designer’s skill as a professional painter.
Silver Bird Skull Pendant with A Gold Bow
Tracy Hills, Farnham, UK
Independent British designer, Tracy Hills, is known for her macabre jewels based on real-life animal skulls. Tracy has added a touch of kitsch to this raven skull pendant with a pretty gold bow.
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