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CLIENT NEWS: Nourbel & Le Cavelier Launches New ‘Bonbons’ Collection

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Nourbel & Le Cavelier is launching its brand new ‘Bonbons’ collection consisting of a range of striking colourful wearable creations.

This collection has been designed to be worn easily, putting the coloured gems forward and nothing else. The gold mounting is as discreet as possible, just supporting the gems which are simply floating on a minimalistic support.

The stones – mainly topazes, amethysts and citrines – were chosen for their refreshing colours and simple geometrical shapes, round and cushion cuts, leaving the main focus on the tones and brightness of the pieces as they move and catch the light.


‘Bonbons’ can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion and can be enjoyed every day. It is a mix and match collection where you can pick your earrings to wear in similar or different colours and combine the pieces to your own taste. It is a timeless collection using fine gemstones delicately set in 18K gold.

Founded by a collaboration of two established jewellery brands, both over thirty five years old, and the story of a friendship, Nourbel & Le Cavelier Master Jewellers opened their first London based boutique in the historic Burlington Arcade in 2011.

Nourbel & Le Cavelier specialise in entirely hand-made, mostly one-of-a-kind jewels incorporating the rare and precious – fashioned from Zambian emeralds, multicoloured sapphires, or extremely rare Paraïbas, as well as the Nada Roma Micromosaics and a host of discreet bespoke commissions.

All creations by Nourbel & Le Cavelier bear the Swiss Master Jeweller’s hallmark.


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Sally Maier-Yip is a seasoned cross-cultural Public Relations Strategist with a mission to help companies build successful business with PR. She loves running her UK-Asia PR agency, 11K Consulting, which specialises in helping British clients unlock the Chinese consumer market and helping Chinese brands increase their presence in the UK. To get in touch with Sally, email her at

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