Aurum will showcase their stunning collections of modern gemstones crafted in the rarest silver and gold settings at their Official Opening being held on Thursday, April 28.
On the eve of the British Royal Wedding, Aurum will launch pieces by Danish Crown Jeweller Ole Lynggaard, the official jeweller to Crown Princess Mary and the Danish Royal family, to an Adelaide audience for the first time. Aurum owner and master jeweller, Brigitte Zollo says it’s an honour to be the “chosen” retailer of Ole Lynggaard in Adelaide.
“We’ve seen the stunning tiara Ole Lynggaard designed for Princess Mary and now it’s our pleasure to offer their ‘Sweet Drops’ collection to South Australia,” says Brigitte.
A handmade collection by Ole Lynggaard’s daughter Charlotte, the ‘Sweet Drops’ range comes direct from Copenhagen showcasing luxurious, fine jewellery in delicate proportions.
“I can’t believe the attention to detail which goes into each and every piece they design. This collection represents the very highest level of craftsmanship you’re likely to see,” says Brigitte.
The collection includes the hand-stitched, calfskin “wrist wraps”, an ultra-stylish interpretation of a bracelet, offered in an array of seasonal tones. Other highlights include a range of exquisite hand-carved Sweet Drop charms featuring diamonds, amethyst, blue topaz, Tahiti pearls and onyx. The Ole Lynggaard collections are favoured by celebrities around the world including the likes of Naomi Campbell, Fergie and Paris Hilton.
“We’re also delighted to be offering a major range of silver jewellery and designs, says Brigitte.
“This reflects one of the major trends I’ve seen around the world recently. Silver can be easily crafted into fabulous modern shapes and can be more affordable for the fashion conscious.
“Out of the 20 ranges, we offer at Aurum 75% is exclusively sourced for our store from around the globe and we have pieces starting from $30 and priced up to $10,000,” says Brigitte. “We really do have something for everyone!”
Aurum is sister store to Casa D’Oro; Italian for “house of gold” on King William Road.