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Welcome to the latest collections to be launched by Tabbah.

New

Welcome to the latest collections to be launched by Tabbah.

Crazy Daisy

Daisy Love has long had a place in Tabbah’s Garden of Eden collection. This season the summery flower has evolved into its latest incarnation. Crazy Daisy distinguishes itself from the first daisy by having every single petal in a unique shape, while Daisy Love featured petals that were identical and repeated. Crazy Daisy captures the moment that a summer’s breeze whispers through a meadow and ruffles the petals, resulting in a slightly shaken shape. Added to this, each petal moves, making the Crazy Daisy both original and kinetic.

Divine Serpent Twirl

With twirling loops that lay delicately across the hand, Divine Serpent Twirl is the latest incarnation of the Divine Serpent to come from Tabbah. When the Divine Serpent ring was first launched in 2004, the snake was celebrated for its hypnotic, alluring and seductive qualities. Today the collection spans over 10 styles of serpent ring, as well as pendants and other jewellery: click here to see more.

Latest Rings

This season some of Tabbah’s Designer Collection classic styles, such as Lord of Seas, Daisy Love and Kiss Me, are reinvented as rings the sit on two fingers. The range pioneers a trend for more unusual ring designs that stretch across more than one finger, becoming statement jewellery pieces that decorate the whole hand with elegant simplicity. 

Angel

Both in nature and throughout history, those creatures with the ability to take flight are seen as using it to become closer to the attainment of perfection and enlightenment. The Angel collection began with a ring design, inspired by the form of a swan stretching elegantly. As the design developed so it became apparent its creation was a quest to achieve equilibrium or ideal proportions. The pendant’s shape mirrors the strength and purity of an angel’s wings: the result is an expression of perfection and embodies the concept of seeking divinity.

Sail Away

Reflecting the sophisticated nonchalance of the yachting universe, Sail Away is a collection designed as a tribute to all those who love or aspire to being on boats. Effortless to wear, Sail Away style is unpretentious and simple. With these designs, Tabbah captures a feeling of being in the moment. The rope design was inspired by similar styles found in the Tabbah archives from the 1950s, and the timeless shape has been brought up to date in new styles.

The collection comprises rings and bracelets featuring the infinity knot (a classic yachting knot), as well as plain rings and earrings. As with all Tabbah designs, these pieces are of the highest quality and knowhow has been used to ensure they are comfortable to the touch: Sail Away style is on its way to becoming one of the house’s timeless classics. 

Arabesque

A love of architecture and the beauty of Islamic geometry inspired Tabbah’s Arabesque collection. The creation of this shape is the culmination of a quest to craft a shape of perfect proportions. The pure symmetry of Arabesque forms a frame for exquisite materials: the collection launches with the possibility to choose between the gentle iridescence of mother-of-pearl and the wonder of deepest green malachite. 

Feather

The curves of Tabbah’s Feather capture a sense of lightness, as if floating through the sky. This idea of airborne playfulness is apparent in several of Tabbah’s pieces in the Designer Collection this year, with the Bird and Angel designs sharing the Feather’s elevated domain.

The sense of the lightest of moving shapes rests on rings, earrings or pendants in a variety of golds and stones. The Feather motif is also available as part of the Copacabana collection as well as having an add-on option, where other motifs, such as the skull, can be added to the piece. 

Infinite Cascade

Drawing on shapes in nature, the Infinite Cascade collection’s design was found in Tabbah’s own archive from an illustration first sketched back in the 1950s. Nagib Tabbah first took the fluidity of lines and used them in the design of the necklace with the same name that was worn by Her Serene Highness Princess Charlene of Monaco at her wedding to Prince Albert in summer 2011 (click here for more information). The collection has expanded with these same lines applied in different ways to rings and earrings. The ring features the ripples of a gentle wave, crafted in diamonds, while the earrings appear to take their life from an ever increasing ripple, revealed in nature by the light of the sun on water, sparkling at the edges of infinite concentric circles.

 

Rock Cross

The proportionate dimensions of this cross were developed in line with current trends for rock’n’roll motifs in fashion jewellery. The creation of such shapes in high jewellery adds a level of quality and decadence to a style that never goes out of fashion. The Rock Cross design has roots in a Gothic cross: the pointed, diamond shaped stones at its tips distinguish it and add a daring edge. 

Scarab

The glamour, power, mysticism and vibrancy of Egypt at the time of the Pharaohs is the inspiration for Tabbah’s Scarab collection. Celebrated for her beauty and an iconic reference for perfectly proportionate features, Queen Nefertiti is the muse of this jewellery series that brings together the finest emeralds, sapphires and rubies in a stunning patterned setting. The scarab itself was an Egyptian motif associated with sunrise and the journey of the sun across the sky. With Scarab Tabbah invokes and reinterprets ancient Egypt at the pinnacle of its reign. 

Scarab

The glamour, power, mysticism and vibrancy of Egypt at the time of the Pharaohs is the inspiration for Tabbah’s Scarab collection. Celebrated for her beauty and an iconic reference for perfectly proportionate features, Queen Nefertiti is the muse of this jewellery series that brings together the finest emeralds, sapphires and rubies in a stunning patterned setting. The scarab itself was an Egyptian motif associated with sunrise and the journey of the sun across the sky. With Scarab Tabbah invokes and reinterprets ancient Egypt at the pinnacle of its reign. 

Arabesque

A love of architecture and the beauty of Islamic geometry inspired Tabbah’s Arabesque collection. The creation of this shape is the culmination of a quest to craft a shape of perfect proportions. The pure symmetry of Arabesque forms a frame for exquisite materials: the collection launches with the possibility to choose between the gentle iridescence of mother-of-pearl and the wonder of deepest green malachite.