Davina Combe launches Cosma jewellery collection

30 Oct 2019

The eighth collection by the London-based jeweller was inspired by her South African adventures 

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Founded in 2011, contemporary demi-fine jewllery deisgner, Davina Combe, is renowned for creating accessible and versatile 18ct gold vermeil and sterling silver jewellery. Created to be stacked and layered, Davina’s signature pieces include classic everyday hoops and colourful stacking rings.

The latest collection, Cosma, available from November 2019, was inspired by Davina’s travels to South Africa. 

Capturing the magic of the cosmic sky in vibrant, semi-precious gemstones, Cosma marks the arrival of the brand’s eighth collection and celebrates the beauty of celestial star patterns and constellations.

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Taking design cues from the stars, each piece of the collection is studded with brilliant-cut gemstones, including blue topaz, peridot, amethyst, rhodolite and iolite, that are set flush in the surrounding metal of the design by delicate star-like darts.

Available in 18ct gold vermeil and sterling silver, the demi-fine collection comprises seven versatile designs, including a petite medallion necklace that gently turns on its axis to best catch the light, delicate seven-stone stacking rings and two sizes of gem studded hoop earrings.

Prices range between £45 - £175. 

See the full collection at the Davina Combe website

Click here for more wedding ring and jewellery inspiration. 

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