Jewellery inspired by the Rio Olympics

Can you believe the summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro starts this Friday?!
Here at TJC towers, we’re all stunned at how quickly 4 years have whizzed by. But, what we’re all most excited for apart from the actual games, is the opening ceremony!

London smashed it in 2012, but as Brazil is known for it’s great weather, vibrant community, it’s colourful way of life as well as it’s carnival culture, we just know this Olympic opening ceremony will be one to remember.

So, if you’re lucky enough to be heading down to Brazil over the next few weeks, or indulging in this years Olympics in front of your TV screens, here’s some jewellery pieces that will lift your mood and make you feel like you’re right in the action.

The Giuseppe Perez Collection – Although his jewellery is not directly influenced by Brazilian culture, his eclectic designs definitely resonates with what Brazil is loved for. Pick a vibrant piece of jewellery by GP and indulge in undeniable sparkle and colourful, exotic gemstones!

Peridot– Everyone knows that August’s beautiful birthstone is the captivating green gem, Peridot, but did you know this stunning gemstone is also mined in Brazil! Take a look at showstopping Peridot pieces and sparkle and shine like the sun in Brazil.

Personal Shopper Exclusives – Every month for the rest of the year, our Personal Shopper team will be bringing you an exclusive deal. Last month it was the serene Paraiba Apatite, and this month they’re giving you a jewellery box staple! Shop chains  in 9k and 18k and radiate with sophistication. Just call our Personl Shopper team to shop: UK: 0344 375 2525*, Option 4

Aquamarine – Brazil is one of the most important producers of the calming gemstone, Aquamarine.  Cool things down in the Brazilian heat with this brilliant blue gem. Believed to bring luck, let’s hope it will help team GB bring home some gold!

 So, are you as excited as we are for the Rio Olympics yet? Find special jewellery, to celebrate now!


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