A brief look back at Jewellery Month


Our autumn/winter Jewellery Month is drawing to a close, and what a thrilling month it’s been! It’s been packed with style tips, brand new designs we’ve never shown you before, as well as some new twists on customer favourites.

We thought we’d have a quick recap of the best bits, doffing our caps to the pieces you’ve been snapping up in droves, and highlights from the trends we’ve been talking about.


We’ve been focusing on one trend each week with our ‘Trend on Tuesday’ features and the help of Alex Stedman from The-Frugality.com, and the open-ended trend is one that translated particularly well into pictures.

Our three-bar ring (third from the left, above) comes in under £20 before P&P and also made an appearance with blogger Tatyana, the brains (and beauty) behind @secretlittlestars (check out her Instagram feed and blog for more seriously-swoonsome style ideas).

Everyone’s been going crazy in particular for our Black Jewellery trend, and the one that lots of you have already taken home is Links of London’s Sweetie Friendship bracelet, while our Diamonique bar ring (not dissimilar to the one in our photos above) has also gone down a storm among those experimenting with the Open-Ended trend.

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Irregular earrings have proven they’re still big news among the style-conscious, and the seven-stone earclimber from Diamonique has been our most popular buy from our Earring Edit. And it’s no surprise – the clever ‘pinch’ fastening means you can wear it up your ear, or as a drop.

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This month has also seen the launch of three new jewellery brands on QVC: Pomegranate, Pilgrim (who made their debut on Saturday), and the gorgeous new range from Michelle Mone for Diamonique. Head on over to check out what’s still available after their popular debut shows.


Elsewhere, it’s now just over a month until Armistice Day and it’ll soon be time to wear your poppy with pride, but plenty of you have been investing a sparkling alternative to the traditional paper poppy in advance – especially with the knowledge that you’re supporting the Royal British Legion’s work. The Lest We Forget brooch from Buckley has proven especially popular, and we’ve got plenty more to choose from in our Poppy Collection.


In our Jewellery Month Finale show on Tuesday 29th at 6pm, Jill Franks will be presenting some gorgeous pieces to tempt you, including the smaller Diamonique leaf cuff (above) that also featured in our recent blog explaining the different between cuffs, jackets and climbers, as well as a gemstone eternity ring set with your choice of amethysts, blue topaz, garnets or peridots.

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We’ll also be featuring a set of three Gossip watches that will help you unlock countless outfit options, or could even be split up and used as stocking fillers if you’re getting ahead with your Christmas shopping.


Speaking of getting ahead of your Christmas shopping… if you wanted to take advantage of our Jewellery Month Easy Pay offers, hurry! Our selection is packed with pieces that you can spread over interest-free monthly instalments, so whether you’re spreading the cost of playing Santa or simply getting your hands on that must-have piece without waiting for payday to roll around, you’re sure to find something to tempt you. But they’re only available until midnight on September 30th, so you’ve no time to lose!

We hope you’ve enjoyed Jewellery Month as much as we have – we’ll be bringing it back to your screens for spring/summer 2016 next year with more style ideas, tops tips and insight from industry bigwigs. See you then!

1 Comment

  1. Diane matheson September 29, 2015 at 12:23 am -  Reply

    Love the jewelry shows but you don’t seem to show much men’s jewelry.

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