Give us a Ring!

Report and styling by Bettina Vetter
Photography by David Newton 

Wylde is loving the new crop of exciting jewellery designers and we shine our spotlight on this season's rings.


Myriam Soseilos is the award-winning design entrepreneur of cutting-edge jewellery brand MyriamSOS. Her career began while she was working at a top communications agency, whilst making jewellery in her spare time. A move to London to study at Central Saint Martins led to her setting up her eponymous company. Known for her innovative approach to design, her eclectic collections of fine, design-led jewellery pieces are avant-garde yet versatile, diverse and uniquely adaptable.

The Top Stone Ring in rose gold with peridot: £500
From Wolf & Badger


Talia Naomi

Designer Talia Naomi set out to create a gold jewellery line that offers easy-wear pieces, offering the same quality as luxury jewellery brands, yet at affordable prices. Drawing inspiration from her love of travel and particularly the beach, her aim was to design a collection that is perfect for the girl who’s always on the go, loves life and values quality. For Talia, just because her range is solid gold, it shouldn't stop you wearing it whenever you want.

Snake ring in rose gold and white diamonds: £850
From Wolf & Badger


GFG Jewellery

GFG founder Nilufer Kizilkaya designs fine jewellery collections with a contemporary twist, with one glamorous goal in mind: to make pieces that are easily wearable from day to night, pieces that can become part of a woman’s daily staple of access. Each piece is created using precious metals, handset and polished. Gemstones, diamonds and pearls are sourced around the world and cut to bespoke specifications for the brand. The featured geometric shaped Mara Ring is inspired by the pyramids, with the sideways facing triangle meaning different things to different cultures including love, truth and wisdom.

Mara diamond ring in 18kt gold and 0.15ct white diamonds: £1,250


Jezebel London

Co-founders Tumay and Yasmin met at the London College of Fashion where they shared a passion for diamonds and a desire to design luxury jewellery that women could wear from day to night. And so Jezebel London was born. Each piece is uniquely designed by them, whether it’s razor-sharp angles, three-dimensional designs, lines, triangles or circles. Everything is then produced by craftsmen from their homeland in Istanbul with endurance ensured by producing pieces made of 14k solid rose gold and a myriad of coloured diamonds.

Strand ring in 14ct solid rose gold and 0.09 white diamonds, £850

Jezebel London


Delfina Delettrez

Delfina Delettrez Fendi is a designer and jeweller based in Rome. Since the inception of her brand in 2007 she has developed a signature surrealist style with a nod to iconography, including hands, eyes, bees and lips. Delfina’s “Detaille Unique”, her expandable hinged bracelets and her kinetic pieces with concentric layers of precious metal are a testament to her hyper modern mix of classical goldsmith techniques and innovative contemporary materials. Her unique aesthetic is also steeped in tradition, with everything hand made in the same Roman atelier that she launched her first collection from a decade ago.

Lips Piercing Ring in gold and enamel: £350

Delfina Delettrez


Maiko Nagayama

Born and raised in Tokyo, Maiko Nagayama established her adventurous London based brand in 2009. Her observations on how humans interact with inanimate objects are at the heart of her design-led range of fine jewellery.Intensely coloured precious stones such as emerald, black opal and Alexandrite contrast with sensual and futuristic forms. Unconventional, sculptural and undoubtedly unique, Maiko’s creations are truly wearable works of art.


Top picture: Instinctive Behaviour Jet Ring in 18ct solid yellow gold with hand-carved jet set with diamonds: £1,800
Above picture: Depth Perception Cocktail Ring in 10ct yellow gold ring with green quartz: £630

Both from Wolf & Badger