Augustine Jewels Cuff Review

As soon as I received my Augustine Jewels cuff, I decided to take it along to my favourite place to work and play in Notting Hill, Ottolenghi. I indulged in a scrumptious gluten free chocolate cake and fresh mint tea while reviewing this Augustine Jewels cuff – who does not love a little bit of naughty treat now and then?!

Design  3 out of 5 stars
Value for money 3 out of 5 stars
Showstopper 4 out of 5 stars
Durability 4 out of 5 stars
Craftsmanship 4 out of 5 stars
Investment 2 out of 5 stars
GEMOLOGUE SCORE 3.5 out of 5 stars

This Augustine Jewels cuff is a chunky piece of jewellery, and it will not go unnoticed as soon as you put it on – such is the appeal of less delicate pieces! Personally, I like the idea of wearing two Augustine Jewels cuffs on both wrists at the same time for a true statement look.

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Augustine Jewels Cuff collection is inspired by Mexico and its beautiful geometric-inspired old Aztec architecture. This particular cuff, which perfectly embodies the spirit of the collection, is my favourite.

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Crafted in solid silver – it weighs 110 grams – this strong cuff is set with three stones: precious pomegranate-coloured garnet and green tourmaline. This cuff is easy adjustable, which is perfect for wrists of varying sizes; my wrist is small, so I feel more secure wearing it.

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I love the idea that this cuff has been hand-made in England: I believe it is important to pay attention to the provenance of jewellery, just like we should with regard to our clothes.

Augustine Jewels ReviewI have a real sweet tooth, so after my tea and cake, I could not resist picking up a bag of delicious looking little meringues by Ottolenghi’s entrance, where a couple of people complemented me on my unusual silver cuff. Surely, this Augustine Jewels cuff will also be an interesting addition to your jewellery box!

Do you like this cuff by Augustine Jewels? Leave me a comment below! You might also want to discover more jewellery review blog articles including geometric Kashan cuff review and Tinyom Sahasrara cuff review!

I am extremely happy to announce that my new jewelry book – GEMOLOGUE: Street Jewellery Styles & Styling Tips – is now on Amazon. I’m so excited. It’s the first book of its kind solely dedicated to jewellery. 

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Jewellery blogger, writer Liza Urla, the founder of GEMOLOGUE, is a London-based and NYC-educated gemologist, who has travelled to and lived in many countries. She is now one of the most influential digital jewellery tastemakers. Her jewellery influence has been acknowledged by Financial Times, The New York Times, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.

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