Press release

Since launching in 2016, Scottish jewellery brand, SilverStory, has been curating beautiful collections of ethically sourced very wearable jewellery. Utterly breath-taking yet incredibly affordable, the 2021 collection has recently landed and includes a move away from the brand’s signature silver styling with the addition of an array of stunning gold pieces.

“We’re so excited to have expanded the collection to include gold as this is very much a current trend. Working directly with a small ethical workshop in Rajasthan we have designed some beautiful pieces that include vibrant gemstones and baroque pearls” says SilverStory Founder Ursula George. “We always listen to and value feedback from our lovely clients, and my daughter Hannah and I have curated this new collection with lots of gorgeous gold as well as our signature silver designs to reflect this.”

This new development is already proving very popular, with brand new pieces such as the Gold Paperclip Chain Necklace becoming an instant hit. With its exquisitely fine links and 18 karat gold vermeil, this necklace, priced at £72, brings just a touch of simple glamour to every day and is even more stunning when layered with other necklaces.

“The amazing gemstones we have chosen are definitely adding colour to our 2021 range,” says Ursula. “From hot pink huggie hoop earrings to statement turquoise rings, this year we’re bringing together pieces that will add an instant feel-good factor to your look - exactly what we all need after the last 18 months!”

From the bold to the delicate, the 2021 collection includes a host of different styles that can be combined and layered to create a truly unique look whilst always being affordable. “We believe that jewellery should be enjoyed every day,” says Ursula. “Whether you’re dressing down for working from home or dressing up for a night out, a couple of pieces can completely transform not only your look but how you feel too.”

The 2021 collection is available exclusively from the SilverStory website, and prices start from £20.