Jewellery can make you feel empowered.

So bag yourself one of these creations and get fierce.

Avish Khebrehzadeh

The Iranian designer made the Maskhara with Dragonfly 2014, £1,800, in a limited edition of 25.

All are signed and numbered.

They were created alongside LGR glasses makers using gold plated silver and enamel.

The sunglasses are a playful take on the notion of a mask.

 

Elisabetta Cipriani,  23 Heddon Street

Dina Kamal

This Beiruti designer creates work with an emotional impact.

Dina Kamal’s Tribal Earrings in 18-carat beige gold, £11,000, feature 32 princess-cut natural white diamonds.

They were made in homage to the stunning jewels of tribespeople across the world.

 

Dover Street Market, 18-22 Haymarket

 

Noor Fares

These hand-painted Muzungu wings, £795, have patterns from the Munzunga Sisters’ fabrics.

They were created as a collaboration between old friends.

Set within silver, they are as inspirational as they are beautiful.

 

Dover Street Market, 18-22 Haymarket

Azza Fahmy

The Egyptian jewellery house Azza Fahmy has created pieces for an exclusive Harrods collection.

It includes these earrings, £8,000; cuff, £15,000; left ring, £5,200; and right ring, £4,200.

They are all inspired by the strength of women.

 

Harrods,  87-135 Brompton Road

Zaha Hadid

The organisation started by the Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid created the Silene high jewellery pieces with The House of Aziz and Walid Mouzannar.

They represent the fluidity of natural forms.

The pieces include Silene Ring II, 2015, made of 18-carat white gold, £5,500.

 

Elisabetta Cipriani, 23 Heddon Street

Moussaieff

This rare pink and white diamond wedding set, POA, is a spectacle to behold.

It was created by the house founded by Shlomo Moussaieff’s great grandfather, rooted in Bukhara.

 

172 New Bond Street

Selim Mouzannar

This piece has been created by Selim Mouzannar the Lebanese jeweller whose father and grandfather were also jewellers.

It is an 18-carat pink-gold pendant with diamond and enamel, £3,450.

 

Dover Street Market,  18-22 Haymarket
This article first appeared in the Mayfair Times. Read the magazine here.