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White Contemporary Jewellery

Welcome to our white contemporary jewellery page.

On this page we are showing our most up date and contemporary designs for you to choose from. All of the gemstones used in the white jewellery are naturally occuring and highly polished for a superb finish.

All of our jewellery comes with free delivery and gift wrapping is available if you wish to make your gift extra special.

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Sundari Celtic pendant Cubic Zirconia MORE INFO...
Sundari Celtic pendant Cubic Zirconia

More about the colour White

The colour white represents purity, cleanliness, and innocence, and like black it goes well with almost any other colour. Our white jewellery uses mostly the labradorite, and pearl gemstones but can also come with white fossils, sea shells and synthetic materials.

In many countries around the world there are cultures who view angels to be typically wearing white as well as brides; and with the UK being no exeception to that, it features heavily in our wedding jewellery designs, with the use of cubic zirconia, pearl, and labradorite gemstones.

As mentioned above white can be used with other light or pastel tones. White is soft and spring-like which helps to make the pastel palette much more lively. The colour can make dark or light reds, blues, and greens look brighter and far more prominent.

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More about the Contemporary collection

Here at Sundari we specialise in jewellery of all types and on this page we are showing our most contemporary designs. We use only the highest quality .925 sterling silver and all of our jewellery is designed in the UK by professional designers, and also up and coming design students. If you are looking for a piece of contemporary jewellery then please take a minute to browse our ranges as we are sure you will find the right one here...

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