Introducing the Mexico Collection

Cocoa Pod Design Story

The perfect gift this Christmas for chocolate-lovers. Cocoa was used in Mexico as early as 1750 BC. Both the Maya and Aztecs used it as an offering in ceremonies. The Aztecs called it 'Xocoatl' and believed it came from Quetzalcoatl the God of wisdom. The iconic Cocoa Pod swivels to reveal cocoa beans in the form of rose cut rubies and diamonds, while on the other, the pod is empty because they have been eaten already!

Cactus Rings Design Story

Inspired by the round spiked cactus that Cassandra came across in her journey through Mexico. These incredible plants endure and thrive in harsh conditions thanks to, a large extent, their spikes. Choose from rose gold, yellow gold and silver. Or wear them all together in a stack.

Cactus Design Story

Cassandra's Cactus design is inspired by the spikes of the prickly pear cactus so common in Mexico.

Pina Design Story

Inspired by a mural of Pineapples in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Pineapples originated in South America and a huge "pineapple stove" was built at the Chelsea Physic Garden in 1723 to grow them in England for the first time.