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Crystal Haze

Sketch of the Stephen Webster Crystal Haze Superstud Ring
When Stephen Webster launched his Crystal Haze collection in the mid-90s, the "establishment baulked" at the idea of it being considered as fine jewellery. Everything changed when Madonna bought one for herself, quickly becoming the must-have accessory and symbol of the independent women who bought her own fine jewellery.

"In 1995, after two years of development, we released Crystal Haze, a gem mystery, set into chunky gold settings. The cocktail ring became a Stephen Webster icon. A ring for women that was bought by women."- Stephen Webster

Madonna bought one for herself, quickly becoming the must-have accessory.
Madonna wearing the Crystal Haze Superstud ring on her index finger.

Stephen Webster Fly By Night Ring with Black Opalescent Crystal Haze.
No-nonsense jewellery worn by strong no-nonsense women.
The top layer is a heavily faceted natural clear Quartz, acting as a magnifying lens to enhance the colour of the underlying precious stone. The eye-catching black opalescent showcases how the Quartz allows light to enter at hundreds of different angles producing a holographic ‘haze’ of colour that moves as the jewellery is turned. Webster's passion for Crystal Haze shines through each new collection with bold and innovative use of the technique.

The Crystal Haze technique, a signature of Stephen Webster, is the concept of layering and bonding two stones using laser-cutting processes combined with materials as old as time.

The new Homeware collection incorporates Crystal Haze into its design. Crystal Haze features on some of the pieces from the No Regrets collection.
Stephen Webster continues to visit shows to source unique and interesting gemstones.
Stephen Webster personally sources our rough materials from Tucson, Arizona or Idar-Oberstein. The selected stones are then intricately hand-cut in Germany. Never afraid to experiment, Crystal Haze, incorporates lesser-used materials such as Falcon’s Eye, Hematite, Bull’s Eye and, a variety of mesmerising Opalescent. The new CH2 Cocktail Ring in Dark Turquoise Crystal Haze accentuated with baguette white diamonds set in 18ct white gold.
"25 years later we wanted to celebrate with a new contemporary collection"
– Stephen Webster
‘CH2’ celebrates twenty-five years of the Crystal Haze effect; reimagined as a contemporary and versatile edit. The collections simple lines with abundance of colour magnified under the faceted Quartz lens, creates powerful pieces for empowered women.

Stephen Webster personally sources our rough materials from Tucson, Arizona or Idar-Oberstein. The selected stones are then intricately hand-cut in Germany. Never afraid to experiment, Crystal Haze, incorporates lesser-used materials such as Falcon’s Eye, Hematite, Bull’s Eye and, a variety of mesmerising Opalescent.

The new CH2 Cocktail Ring in Dark Turquoise Crystal Haze accentuated with baguette white diamonds set in 18ct white gold.

Celebrating 25 Years of Crystal Haze

Celebrating 25 Years of Crystal Haze

Gold Digging with
Carol Woolton


Grab a comfortable chair or find a cosy corner and tune into this month’s Gold Digging Vidcast with Carol Woolton; author, historian, editor, stylist, curator and Contributing Director of British Vogue. Imminently releasing her 5th book: The New Stone Age, Stephen and Carol discuss the power of crystals, their experiences at Tucson Gem Show, and the beauty of imperfection.

Hazy Daze Cocktail Recipe

Ingredients
- Vodka
- Blue Curacao
- Soda
- Lemon
- Caster Sugar
- Salt
- Ice

Ingredients Ready? Step by step guide to make the Dazy Haze Cocktail.

Method
1. Stir a level teaspoon of caster sugar, a pinch of salt, and 30ml freshly squeezed lemon juice together until the sugar and salt dissolve.
2. Add in 45ml or your measure of vodka.
3. Add in 15ml of blue curacao.
4. Add ice to your glass.
5. Pour your cocktail into your glass.
6. Top up soda.
7. Garnish with lemon peel or slice or both.
8. Enjoy your Hazy Daze cocktail.


Stephen Webster's Dazy Haze Cocktail in the No Regrets Lounge.