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About Gucci Jewellery

There’s a reason Gucci is one of the biggest fashion Houses in the world. The Italian jewellery brand was founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci in the centre of Florence. It was here that the House of Gucci was born, beginning its history creating luxury leather goods for equestrianism and travel. Then in 1938, Gucci’s son Aldo joined the company and completely transformed the Maison into what it is today. Aldo Gucci is well-known for creating the famous double G emblem that continues to adorn every piece of Gucci jewellery.

In 1953, Guccio sadly passed away and the House of Gucci was left to his three sons, Aldo, Vasco and Rodolfo. It was during this time the Italian fashion House added to their already vast portfolio of fashion accessories and launched their first range of Gucci fine jewellery. The brand continued to soar in popularity, particularly when Tom Ford was hired as Creative Director in 1994 and again in 2015, with the current Creative Director and fashion legend Alessandro Michele. Alessandro has a unique approach to combining Gucci’s historic motifs with contemporary elements to create a range of Gucci jewellery that speaks to both youthful wearers and long-term fans of the brand.

This brilliant approach to design can be admired in many of the current Gucci jewellery collections including the well-known Gucci Interlocking G jewellery line. This stunning series of designer jewellery celebrates the famous interlocking G logo placed centre stage of every piece. The logo is animated in a timeless fashion, suspending on gorgeous 18 carat gold or sterling silver chains. Similarly, the Gucci GG Marmont jewellery collection utilises the emblem with the overlapping G paired amongst contemporary motifs like flowers, pearls and coloured crystals. Some of our favourite pieces in this family are those crafted from aged-finished silver with the double-G logo set against a three-dimensional striped backdrop.

The Gucci Ghost jewellery collection was designed in collaboration with New York City street artist Trouble Andrew who has taken the iconic double G motif and transformed it into the eyes of charming spooks and skulls. Both the ghost and skull icons have dripping paint-like eyes showcasing the double Gucci logo onto chunky rings, slender bangles and wearable pendants. These are stunning unisex Gucci jewellery pieces, making them perfect for matching with your better half. There’s also the Gucci Garden jewellery collection which brings to life signs and symbols of animals to create an unmissable line of sterling silver jewellery. Animal symbolism has been spotted in Gucci’s collection for decades with creatures like snakes, tigers, cats and bees spotted in some of the brand’s 1970’s lines. Now, these are the focal points of their modern-day collections, with wide animal motifs and botanical engravings beautifully uniting past and present.

Finally, we urge you to explore the Gucci Link to Love jewellery collection. This gorgeous series of designer rings is intended to let you tell your own story and create your own bespoke look using the comfortable, stackable creations. You can find Gucci Link to Love rings in rose gold, white gold or yellow gold, in different widths and adorned with different decoration for a completely unique look every time. Some of our favourites include diamond pave, coloured gemstones and engraved striping.

If you’d like to learn more about Gucci jewellery and shop the collections for yourself, head over to the W Hamond website here. Alternatively, get in touch with the team by calling 01947 603330 or send us a message at info@whamond.com.

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