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Gilded Gardens - Enhancing Your Look for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024

by Charlotte Mostert on May 13, 2024

The RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) Chelsea Flower Show is an annual five-day-long celebration of flowers, plants and show gardens. Hosted on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London, where Chelsea Pensioners who are retired soldiers from the British Army reside. More than 300 veterans live there today who have served in Korea, the Falkland Islands, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and World War II.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Visitors are promised thought-provoking designs that tackle challenging themes, such as freedom from torture, as well as visual feasts inspired by history and art. It is a place to be inspired by cutting-edge garden design, discover new plants and trends, and take home a wealth of inspiration for their own gardens. For exhibitors there is a chance to show off their concepts and potentially go home with a coveted award.

Show manager Gemma Lake explains: “This year we are working closely with all our garden designers to bring the most sustainable gardens we can to the show. They are using eco- techniques, low carbon materials and processes that are not only reducing their impact on the environment, but also reducing our waste at the end of the show.

For all Bridgerton lovers, rejoice for there has been word on the ton that Netflix is sponsoring a Bridgerton Garden! The garden will feature a moongate entrance for the first time in 20 years at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the last being ‘Through the Moongate’ which was designed by Lesley Bremness in 2007.

NETFLIX - First look at the Bridgerton Garden
NETFLIX - First look at the Bridgerton Garden


The Bridgerton Garden is designed by first-time Chelsea-designer Holly Johnston and described as 'secretive and secluded space', mirroring Penelope Featherington’s wallflower-like character. The whimsical and ‘unfinished’ design represents a young woman's coming-of-age story, and shows how gardens can represent people's innermost emotions, desires and personalities, much like Penelope's character.



If you are looking for jewellery inspired by the Chelsea Flower Show that is environmentally friendly, look no further than Tru-Diamonds™. Our exquisite, ethically produced pieces are kinder to the environment and conflict-free, so you feel confident and guilt-free when you wear them.

If you want some floral inspired jewellery, we have something enchanting awaiting you.

If you prefer a coloured gem or a clear stone, the Forget-Me-Not Earrings hold magnificent simulated diamonds to add shimmer to any evening occasion.

Tru-Diamonds Forget-Me-Not Earrings
Tru-Diamonds Yellow Forget-Me-Not Earrings

Yellow Forget-Me-Not Earrings

Tru-Diamonds Pink Forget-Me-Not Earrings
Pink Forget-Me-Not Earrings


If you are more of a matching set lover the options feel endless:

Tru-Diamonds Floral Posey Earrings
Tru-Diamonds Floral Posey Pendant


Eternal Bouquet, which catches and reflects the light perfectly. It will be sure to turn heads wherever you go.

Eternal Bouquet ring on hand

Eternal Bouquet ring

Eternal Bouquet bracelet
Eternal Bouquet Earrings
Eternal Bouquet necklace


The 2 carat Tulip earring and necklace:

2 ct. Tulip Stud Earrings

2 ct. Tulip Earrings

2 ct Tulip necklace


If you are looking for a unique statement piece that will compliment the theme and your outfit, grant yourself the luxury of wearing the The Williamson Brooch. The story behind the design is as follows: Queen Elizabeth II received a rough 54.5 carat pink diamond as a wedding gift in 1947.

It was given to her by Canadian geologist, Dr. John Thorburn Williamson. The stone was then cut into a 23.6-carat round brilliant-cut diamond, which was then set in a white diamond flower brooch designed by Frederick Mew of Cartier in London in 1953. Our Tru-Diamonds™ Williamson Brooch is a beautiful replica of the Queen’s impressively designed brooch, and you’ll feel just like royalty when you wear it.

Wiliiamson Brooch
When searching for subtle ways to nod to the floral theme, decorating your ears is a spectacular way to subtly elevate your outfit as well as adding touches of the theme.


Butterfly earrings

Budding flower earrings 


Stacking rings are a lovely way to add onto your outfit without taking too much focus away from your engagement ring or wedding stack. Simply pop a few on theme rings and you have a touch of floral no matter your findings.

Leaflet Eternity Ring

Leaflet Eternity Ring

Otherwise, if you are looking for a statement ring, our Tulip collection is a favourite amongst our customers. The Tulip Twist Ring resembles the natural design of a wild tulip bloom from the side while the Tru-Diamonds™ gem radiates absolute sparkle when admired from above. The Floral Halo Filigree Ring is an impressive vintage-inspired statement ring featuring a 2.75 ct. Tru-Diamonds™ centre stone that is surrounded by a halo of bezel set Tru-Diamonds™ gems; when seen from the side, it displays a beautiful floral filigree detail.


Twisted tulip ring
2 ct. Tulip Solitaire Ring
Floral Halo Filigree Ring


As the petals of inspiration unfurl at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024, let your style bloom with the perfect accessories. From delicate floral motifs to bold statement pieces, adorn yourself with jewels that mirror the vibrant colours and elegant shapes of nature.

Embrace the spirit of Chelsea in every sparkle and shimmer, and let your ensemble be a celebration of beauty, creativity, and the timeless allure of botanical wonders. So, step into the garden of glamour and let your jewellery be the finishing touch that transforms your look into a blossoming masterpiece.