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GFG Jewellery by Nilufer: From Day to Night

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SEEN’s magpie eye has been caught by the lovely fine jewellery from GFG Jewellery by Nilufer. The pieces have caught a flavour of contemporary fashion with their stunning use of rubies, precious metals and clean geometric lines.

The brand was established in 2014 by Nilufer Kizilkaya; its mission, to create bespoke pieces with exquisite craftsmanship sourcing precious metals and gems from around the world.

SEEN particularly liked the Ellie Earrings in yellow gold, the Seraphina Rings (with responsibly sourced rubies) that were created for the Year of the Rooster in the Chinese calendar, and the Mara Pyramid Necklace with its evocation of Egypt. Effortlessly luxurious, understated and chic, these pieces are designed to take you from day to night. Available in iconic London store Harvey Nichols, La Maison Couture, Wedding Planner and Stilorama, these pieces are investments and heirlooms of the future. Stunning.

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Harvey Nichols
109 – 125 Knightsbridge
London
SW1X 7RJ

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Love Hunt at the British Museum

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