20 October 2017

Shades of Autumn

Autumn, the time of year that Keats called the 'Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness'. It is a season famous for its harvest time, cooling temperatures and darkening nights and, most notably, for its  Autumn leaves - a spectacular transformation from lush greens to stunning displays of red, gold and brown. It's no wonder that writers, poets and artists throughout history have found it such an abundant source of inspiration. Autumnal celebrations include the  Harvest festival - a gladness for the fruits of the earth mixed with a certain air of melancholy linked to the imminent arrival of bleak weather.

Embrace the crisp air and celebrate with our top Autumnal finds at Grays.



Carved agate maple leaf adorned with lapis lazuli buds and a diamond covered stem, offered by Michael Longmore

Wooden harvest brooch, offered by Gillian Horsup Vintage Jewellery

Bakelite brooch, offered by Gillian Horsup Vintage Jewellery

Bakelite beaded necklace, offered by Gillian Horsup Vintage Jewellery
Topaz brilliant and tapered baguette diamond ring, c1950s, offered by Havlik Fine Jewels
18ct Twin leaf brooch by Yard, c1960s, offered by Wimpole

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