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5 key jewellery trends for 2023

I’m not really one for slavishly following jewellery trends, instead I prefer investing in more timeless pieces that I know I will truly love and treasure forever. However, as we step into 2023, it’s always interesting to see what the key themes for the coming year will be.

Often, tapping into a trend can be more about working with what you already have or looking at old unloved pieces in a new light. Vintage jewellery can also be a great way to test the water without making a huge financial commitment and spending money on a piece you’re not sure you’ll get much wear from.

From statement earrings to signet rings, 2023 is shaping up to be a year full of bold and unique styles. With that in mind, here are 5 jewellery trends that you can expect to see lots more of in the coming 12 months:

1) The statement signet ring

Signet rings have been worn for centuries as a symbol of power and status and with their timeless design and versatility, it's no surprise that they are fast becoming a must-have piece for those in the know. One of the reasons signet rings are so popular is that they can be worn by both men and women, making them a versatile and unisex trend. They come in a variety of designs, from simple and understated to bold and extravagant, so there's genuinely something to suit every taste.

The beauty of the signet rings style is that it can be worn in multiple ways – on the pinky finger or thumb, or as a statement ring on the index finger. They can also be stacked with other rings for a unique and layered look. This versatility makes them a great addition to any jewellery collection making them a piece that you’ll get absolutely LOADS of wear out of for many years to come.

Fancy tapping into the signet ring trend? For an ultra feminine version try Wilhelmina Garcia’s Gold Pink Daisy Ring or her equally cute Gold Orange Tulip Ring. For a more mystical take on the signet ring style, look at This Story’s Selene Signet Ring available in both sterling silver and gold vermeil or the Lunae Sun Face Signet Ring from Studio Rua.

Above: Bespoke engraved signet rings in silver and gold by Elin Horgan Jewellery