Paloma SS19 Has Landed
Unlock your own style story with Paloma.
Spanish for ‘dove’, Paloma embodies a deep inner peace, the freedom to self-express and find beauty within.
Paloma signals an exciting direction for NAJO this Spring/Summer 2019, still bearing the timeless elegance at the heart of our DNA, but with an edge of defiance.
This is jewellery designed for women who make no excuses for their creative expression.
As always, we have ample new designs in highly polished sterling silver, in organic and sculptural shapes.
One future classic is the Weeping Widow Bangle, a fluid and evocative design culminating in a gleaming teardrop.
You’ll also discover plenty of our signature oxidised 925 silver pieces, highly embellished pieces that resonate with our brand spirit.
Perfect for spring is the Floriade Wide Cuff, a substantial silver cuff scattered with highly dimensional flowers, made even more impactful by their deep oxidised background.
Yet Paloma is not only about exquisite sterling silver. The season also calls for glowing yellow and rose gold plated silver, included sophisticated two-tone designs for added flexibility and freedom.
The Myra Earring in 14-carat rose gold plate features a curved blade that tapers into a fine hook, like a stylised petal caught mid-fall.
Further enriching the warm-weather collection are Paloma’s new-release colourful gemstones punctuating cocktail rings, pendants and earrings.
The Marine Garden Ring stars a large aqua chalcedony teardrop cabochon in an oxidised silver setting. Its beautiful sea hue might normally only be found on island escapes.
If you’re after something truly unique, the Lyla Dumortierite Necklace celebrates the exceptional colour and characterful beauty of dumortierite, in the season’s favourite teardrop shape with a robust-yet-minimalist sterling silver setting.
Finally, evoking the spirit of Mexico this season is the showstopping Majestica Necklace featuring 3 rows of reticulated squares that recall moonlight dancing on cobblestoned streets.
“Relinquish your inhibitions and soar freely with Paloma” – Jo Tory, NAJO founder