Here’s our favourite jewellery Instagram accounts to follow right now, have a read!
Sandra Alexandra’s designs are instantly recognisable, down to her delicately handmade designed pieces that use natural materials such as glass, metal and pearls that transform into fruits, vegetables and delicate glass beads.
Missoma is known for brightly coloured pieces and contemporary designs.
The affordable price points mean that you can shop guilt free on their Instagram or website.
Delfina Delettrez’s jewellery offers a unique and surreal look that has attracted a cult following.
The designer takes inspiration from the human body, nature and childhood memories to create the delicately handcrafted pieces, using organic materials and precious stones.
Established in 2009 this label caters for the modern woman’s desire for jewellery to be part of her personal identity.
Follow them on Instagram for stunning shots of the latest designs and updates on artist collaborations.
If you’re into quirky jewellery, then you need to follow Nadine Ghosn.
The designer became an overnight success after quitting her job and starting her own business, creating fun and inventive pieces inspired by the world around her.
The brand’s signature burger ring has taken the jewellery world by storm, which comes as no surprise considering how Instagram-worthy it is.
One of the world’s biggest jewellery influencers, Liza Urla started her award-winning blog back in 2009.
She’s since collaborated with jewellery’s best-known brands, including Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Chanel and Faberge.
Today, her Instagram boasts more than 181k followers.
Born in Russia, Urla studied gemmology at the Gemological Institute of America in New York, before moving to London.
She authored the very first street style book dedicated to jewellery, Gemologue: Street Jewellery Styles & Styling Tips.
Bold and creative, @gemologue is playful and packed with contemporary designs and brightly coloured pieces.
As the creative director of Italian jewellery house Bulgari, Lucia Silvestri is one of the world’s most notable jewellers.
She was only 18 years old when she filled in for a woman who worked in Bulgari’s gemmology department while she was on maternity leave.
“I was fortunate enough to have Paolo Bulgari, one of the grandsons of the founder of the maison, introduce me to the world of gemstones,” she told Tatler Asia in 2017.
Her tenure at Bulgari has now spanned more than 35 years, and the creative’s Instagram is brimming with shots of Paraiba tourmalines and fancy-coloured diamonds.
If that weren’t enough, Silvestri also regularly gives us sneak peeks of the brand’s historic workshops in Italy.
Victoire De Castellane’s oversized and extravagant pieces are instantly recognisable for their beauty.
De Castellane ripped up the rule book long ago and injects Dior Joaillerie’s jewellery with an avant garde madness that’s captivating.
Follow @victoiredecastellane for updates on Dior’s brand ambassadors as well as pictures of polished rubies, blue spinels, emeralds and yellow sapphires, which are among the many stones chosen to create Dior Joaillerie’s visually spectacular collections.
Jessica Diamond is an established journalist with more than 15 years’ experience working in the jewellery industry.
Diamond has written for Condé Nast Traveller, The Sunday Telegraph, The Financial Times, Vanity Fair and Sotheby’s.