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This year Sylvia Kerr will be presenting all nine Jewellery Collections, including the two new Polo and Beitris.

POLO Collection is inspired by the luxury world of polo and their recently announced relationship with British polo player Heloise Wilson-Smith, Sylvia Kerr Jewellery is proud to present 'The Polo Collection’.

Featuring six significant and elegant creations, the collection takes inspiration from the players’ helmet, polo mallet and ball, translating them into beautiful designs, each created to work seamlessly together or as breathtaking, stand-alone pieces.

Available in sterling silver, gold, white gold, rose gold and platinum, the helmet can be set with fine white diamonds, coloured gemstones to compliment team colours or birthstones for that truly bespoke gift for the polo lover.

Jewellery & Prices:
Prices start from £102.00 for the Sylvia Kerr Polo Stud Earrings
The Sylvia Kerr Polo Necklace in 9ct Gold & Fine White Diamond Necklace: £1648



BEITRIS our resort collection for summer 2018

A Voyage Of Discovery
Be inspired by the new Beitris Collection from Sylvia Kerr Jewellery, as the designer takes you on a journey this summer which is inspired by far away exotic places.

Taking the simplicity of a horse's Pelham Bit as the designer's starting point, the Beitris Collection began to evolve with eastern promise, as the designer started to see similarities in her sketched designs to those of more traditional Arabic jewellery.

"This further inspired me to develop this jewellery story that would transpire to be our first Summer Jewellery Collection and one which would pull me into an exciting new direction, previously, unexplored." Explained Kerr

By adding movement and fluidity into the elegant curves and lines of the new collection, each piece embraces its exotic nature with elegant design elements such as the tactile linked chains that finish the drop of the earrings, through to the carefully shaped elements which lay within the bracelet links to sit beautifully on your wrist.

And finally, why Beitris?
"The name Beitris is said to be of Scottish Gaelic origin but is a name which can be found across the globe and with numerous spelling variations. Meaning 'Voyager' and 'bringer of joy', this collection did indeed take me on a design journey far afield to hot climates and exotic locations to present a new collection which I hope will also bring the wearer much joy."

Book Your Ticket Now:
7th-13th May 2018
In the grounds of Windsor Castle
This is their Diamond year – 75th
Sylvia Kerr jewellery will be at stand B061 in the jewellery and fashion quarter.


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