If you haven't already heard, Pantone’s colour of the year is a yellow-green shade called "Greenery" that's the perfect shade of summer to add to your accessories collection.
While we've already shown you how to wear it in fashion form, click through below for a tempting array of green jewellery matching the zesty hue:
See also: 9 Edgy Ways To Wear Diamonds
Anabela Chan's Poseidon cocktail ring makes a colourful statement, with a large tourmaline surrounded by green garnets, peridots, topaz, citrines and turquoise.
Set with diamonds, tsavorites, sapphires, emeralds, black opal, demantoïd garnets, Paraiba tourmalines and yellow diamonds, the Majestueuse opal bracelet isn't just pretty to look at—it also hides a secret watch, balancing form with function.
The geometric Hermès Chaine D’Ancre Lumiere ring is simple but bold, with a chrysoprase as the centre stone surrounded by diamonds.
Encrusted with Paraiba tourmalines, sapphires and tsavorites, Boucheron's adorable Masy chameleon ring stands out from the crowd.
Chanel's Brins de Printemps necklace is effortlessly elegant, with aquamarines, diamonds and peridots that evoke newly sprouted wheat.
The Emaux Sophia apple green pendant looks almost good enough to eat, with its green guilloché enamelling on gold adorned with diamonds.
Set with Merelani tsavorites, diamonds and onyx , the Blossom earrings by Louis Vuitton will make you the belle of any garden party.
Turn any old top into an outfit to remember with Mikimoto's delicate yellow gold brooch, decorated with akoya pearls, rubies, spinels, diamonds, a white South Sea pearl and plique-à-jour enamelling.
Van Cleef & Arpels
Inspired by the maison’s 1930s paillette motif, Van Cleef & Arpels’ retro Bouton d’or earrings turn chrysoprase and onyx gemstones into an unusual graphic design.
Bulgari's classic Gemme Principesche high jewellery ring is both striking and timeless, placing the beautiful peridot centre stage.
Like this story? Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get our top stories delivered.