21 Days of Christmas | Stephen Einhorn launches new collection

Struggling for gift inspiration this Christmas? Look to jeweller Stephen Einhorn who has launched the New Key Collection. Keys are powerful symbols in any story: they represent the opening of something, a new beginning, a long-held secret. Keys can also mean initiation into a new way of life, or a way into some form of success. The rich symbolism of keys has a long and interesting history and Stephen Einhorn’s new Key jewellery collection celebrates this. These design are tactile, beautifully detailed and would make the perfect gift to mark a special occasion.

Stephen says: “My new Key jewellery collection was loosely inspired by the bespoke key necklace we made for Eva Green to wear in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows film. At its heart, a key is an opener of locks. Whether it’s a door, a treasure chest, or the metaphorical heart, keys let us into unknown worlds. Keys symbolise freedom, they open things up and lock precious things away. There are beginnings and endings, but they always lead on…”

The new Key collection includes a charm, pendant, necklace and bracelet. The designs can all be made in a variety of solid precious metals, including silver, white gold, yellow gold and rose gold, and can be further personalised with the addition of a princess cut stone. Prices from £79 to £6,862.

Stephen Einhorn is a truly British family business, founded in 1995 by husband and wife team, Stephen Einhorn and Jane Best. Their mission is to create contemporary heirlooms and their luxury jewellery marries original designs and a classic yet modern signature style, with a commitment to flawless quality. They use only the finest materials, and the most skilled craftsmen and women in their London workshop.

As well as their own men’s and women’s collections, Stephen Einhorn specialises in exquisite bespoke work for individual clients and films. Charlize Theron’s magnificent bronze stag beetle collar in Snow White and the Huntsman, Johnny Depp’s scene stealing onyx ring in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, Brad Pitt’s crucifix in Allied, Angelina Jolie’s necklace in Maleficent and Alicia Vikander’s necklace in Tomb Raider, all seen in feature films.