Western Australian Influencer Nadia Rosa styled everyday outfits with Linneys Jewellery for this shoot. Photographed at our new King Street showroom, Nadia shows how Linneys fine jewellery can be worn to complement an effortless style.
Linneys opens on King Street In 1972, Alan Linney founded Linneys Jewellery and in doing so, created a uniquely Australian brand that is synonymous for distinctive design and international style. It is now in 2017 that Linneys is opening their newest showroom on the exclusive King St, in the Perth CBD. The well-renowned Linneys Jewellers opened its CBD doors for business on Monday 11 December 2017.
When the blue skies and rolling swells of the Indian Ocean collide with the white sand and red pindan, the colours erupt in an alchemy of beauty. One can only attempt to capture and interpret such natural wonder in a work of art.
If you are looking for a classic engagement ring, then there are plenty of options out there. From colourful centre stoned and vintage-inspired designs to mixed metal settings.
The largest collection of exquisite fancy coloured diamonds and diamond jewellery ever publicly exhibited in the Southern Hemisphere will make its international debut at luxury jeweller Linneys Perth, Western Australia. Showcased at Linneys Crown Metropol showroom, the collection will be unveiled for the very first time from 13 – 15 October, before travelling to Sydney for private viewings.
Linneys was proud to collaborate with leading Australian designer Flannel at their Telstra Perth Fashion Festival show on Friday 15th September. Linneys collaborated with Stylist Teagan Sewell and Flannel to create a statement runway look at the premiere of their new collection.
For centuries, pink diamonds have been regarded as some of the world’s most sought-after gems. Their beauty and rarity has made them a status symbol for the wealthiest members of society. “Pink diamonds are among the most intriguing and highly valued gems in the world, both because of their richness of colour and their rarity” said Dr James E Shigley from the Gemmological Institute of America.
Creating a piece of bespoke jewellery is a very personal process that begins with inspiration that is translated into a concept. The desired outcome is discussed with our award winning designers then brought to life. The designer transforms a conversation into a personalised technical drawing for review by the client.
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