Tay Jewellery

Jewels made for the sunshine, or just for dreaming of sun

With its Coptic motifs and 1970s brickwork patterns, London-based Tay Jewellery exudes a luxe laidback vibe. Jay Dave, who founded the label with Tamara Lapinski, imagines the collection’s natural setting to be with "cocktails and kaftans at a poolside party photographed by the legendary Slim Aarons". Inspired by vintage jewellery from the 1960s and 1970s, pieces come gold-plated and include geometric pendants, weighty rings and semi-precious cabochon gemstones, namely citrine, kyanite, moonstone and aquamarine.

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