2023’s silver jewellery is a far cry from the cheap, easily tarnished pieces of our youth. Gone are the mood rings that turn your fingers green, the rhinestone-encrusted pendants and the immediately-bent-out-of-shape hoop earrings. Whatever your jewellery vibe — fine and dainty or bold and chunky; boho glam or gunmetal grunge — these brands are creating pieces that will last a lifetime.
Click through to meet the brands serving up the best silver jewellery on the market.
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Astrid & Miyu
We need to flag that Astrid & Miyu’s offerings aren’t technically 100% silver — most of their pieces are rhodium-plated brass — but you just ionclub can’t beat them for affordability. Many of their pieces come in under £100 and they are our go-to for building a budget-friendly earring stack.
Hong Kong-based brand Linjer has swiftly become one of our favourite brands for high quality, affordable jewellery this year — especially their dainty and delicate gemstone rings. They keep their prices low by partnering directly with manufacturers and doing away with the usual supply chain and markups you find in the jewellery industry.
Mejuri is known and loved for its gold jewellery but its silver designs are equally desirable. From classic silver earrings and rings to the brand’s iconic croissant designs, shop here if you’re looking to build up your silver collection with timeless, elegant pieces that can be worn every day.We fell for Ray Jewels after this video popped up on our For You Page, showing founder Sasha crafting the stunning Ali Star Ring. All the brand’s rings are handmade to order in the UK using 100% recycled sterling silver, meaning each piece is totally unique.
When it comes to quality, wear-for-life silver jewellery, Silpada knows what it’s doing — the brand’s been creating the sparkly stuff for 25 years. It also gives back, donating to breast cancer and reforestation charities.
We’re big fans of Missoma’s gold lineup and its silver jewellery does not disappoint. The brand has once again teamed up with fashion blogger Lucy Williams on silver versions of all her designs, including the viral favourite coin pendant necklace and square signet ring.
AMYO — which stands for Accessories Make Your Outfit — is all about making fine jewellery accessible. Here you can score the simple (plain hoop huggie earrings and ear cuffs) and the highly decorated and unique (crystal chokers and ring-hand chains) at budget-friendly prices, starting at just £7 and stretching up to £243.
Inspired by ancient armour, this Canadian brand’s pieces are truly unique. Perfect for fans of bold, boho jewellery, Enarmoured’s hammered earrings and necklaces are all handmade in small batches by brand founder and artist, Jordan Clarke.