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Jewellery inspiration – Pantone color of the year 2017

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The Pantone colour of the year is a result of research into trends in fashion and home interior design so it is worth being in the know. The colour of the year for 2017 is greenery. LJS tutor Anna Campbell looks at some jewellery inspiration for this colour trends.

 

Pantone are a commercial printing company known for their colour matching system. However, they have become most famous for their announcement of the colour of the year. This is discussed and agreed by industry insiders and is often influenced by fashion and interior trends that work well in advance and is just as important for jewellery makers.

The colour for 2017 is Greenery 15-0343 ‘a refreshing and revitalising shade symbolic of new beginnings’.

There are many green gemstones that will fit in with this trend including emerald, tourmaline, peridot, tsavorite garnet, labradorite, demantoid garnet, beryl, jade and apatite as well as other forms of jewellery including enamelling and beading.

Take a look at some examples to inspire you.

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Green bead bracelet from gifts with a cause

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Art deco earrings from Wixon Jewelers

 

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Resin ring by Sylwia Calus

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Emerald choker by Vanleles

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Robert Procop drop earrings

 

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Green diamond bracelet by Glittering Stones

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Open heart pendant by Tiffany

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Bronze clay labradorite necklace by Anna Mazon

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Sylvan green enamel bracelet

 

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Emerald ring by Niquesa

LJG Guest Blogger - Anna Campbell of Campbell Hall Designs