Jewellery trends shift between dainty designs and bold statement pieces. Balance your jewellery collection with these minimalist pendants & chains.
You may have noticed that minimalist pendants are having a big moment in fashion. The Duchess of Sussex frequently accessorises her enviable wardrobe with a simple pendant and chain, and Instagram is filled with beautifully-styled looks layered with pendants and chains of varying lengths.
2018 was a big year for statement jewellery, with bold gemstones, large pavé chains and statement necklaces dominating the catwalks. This glamorous trend can be tricky to carry off outside of party season, and we've seen a return to simpler styles as Spring 2019 arrived.
Ring bands are slimmer, skinny bangles are enjoying an overdue revival, and wearing a variety of pendants has become the key jewellery look to finish a chic and breezy Summer look.
Lilia Nash's pendants are hand made in Lechlade, Gloucestershire (UK) using 18ct gold, 18ct palladium white gold and Sterling silver from recycled sources. The designs are created using traditional jewellery making methods, with each piece carefully crafted without the use of moulds or metal casting.
The diamonds, sapphires and other gemstones are sourced from ethical sources including conflict-free Canadian white diamonds and fair trade Australian sapphires. There are even optional lab-grown gemstones that require no mining to create.