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Glittering, sparkling, bright and bold, in silver, gold and more. From £14,000 to £14 jewellery is always the right gift to give.

A statuesque piece, this Makal ring requires nothing more than a 14k band to offset the natural beauty of that tremendous 69 gram naturally formed nugget of pure gold. All Makal jewellery is ethically sourced and Fairtrade certified. Founder, Daniela Colaiacovo, champions zero-waste extraction, chemical-free processing and a business model which includes local artisanal miners as equal business partners.

£14,100 makal.com

Theo Fennel’s jewellery is rightly revered and whilst his reputation may have been cemented by his work in silverware, the brand’s ethos has always celebrated a uniquely British sensibility. His WTF pop-art earrings are witty testimony to this, wrought in black diamonds and 18ct gold.

£4,250 theofennell.com

Raymond Weil’s Toccata Ladies’ watch makes an impact on the wrist with its eye-catching gold coloured link strap, mother of pearl face, and pretty diamonds dotted across the dial. £950 raymond-weil.co.uk

The ombre-effect rainbow can’t fail to delight on this limited-edition minimalist design, from the Eliros collection by Swiss watchmakers, Maurice Lacroix.

£525 mauricelacroix.com

Art-deco chandelier earrings encrusted in sparkling rhodium-plated Swarovski crystals. From the Sparkling Dance collection, this is one for the ultimate party girl.

£259 swarovski.com

Decadent by definition, cocktail rings were made for gifting and this slab of emerald cut lemon quartz with pave set white topazes is a stone-cold stunner. The sterling silver frame is plated in 18ct gold for extra luxe-points.

£225 emilymortimer.co.uk

Protect loved ones with Wolf & Gypsy’s stunning Evil Eye Protection Necklace, in sterling silver, studded with light-catching white topaz stones. Also, in gold vermeil.

£145 wolfandgypsy.com

Nostalgia abounds as this Timex watch is giving us all the retro feels. It comes from their ReIssue Collection which revisits their design archives. This late ‘80s-inpsired would be most welcome to any Stranger Things fans, eagerly awaiting the announcement of Season 4’s launch date.

£135 timex.co.uk

Orelia’s designs are always on point – in this case literally. This affordable yet aspirational brand creates must-have pieces of exceptional quality. The Luxe collection includes this sterling silver Mini Dagger Slider Bracelet for a bargainous £65.

orelia.co.uk

Brilliant innovation from mother-daughter duo, Nue Hoops who have sourced charms from around the world, to fit neatly onto their own collection of hooped earrings, available in sizes from mini to magni and made from rhodium-plated sterling silver (with gold plate as an alternative option. Earrings from £20/pair and charms range from £12.

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If the moon on a stick is beyond your means, how about a moon on a chain? Druzy stone reflects the light - like stars in the sky - in electro-plated brass. Handmade in India and from the ethical Sourced by Oxfam collection, which is well worth bookmarking when looking for gifts.

£14.99 oxfam.org.uk

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