All in Jewellery


by Chaumet

A precious echo of the taste of its muse, the Joséphine collection perpetuates this graceful and elegant style that is characteristic of Maison Chaumet. An alliance of delicate drawing with flamboyant stones, this collection revisits two hundred and thirty years of expert tradition with contemporary creativity.

From £1,400


by Bucherer

We love these striking B Dimension rings, the result of a collaboration between Bucherer and South Korean designer Yunjo Lee. She was inspired by the work of the American artist Ellsworth Kelly and this is clear in her use of geometry, colour and simplicity. The 26-piece collection includes earrings, necklaces, rings, and bracelets, featuring a distinctive diamond pavé circle, which adorns the jewellery like stylised butterfly wings. Lee has used a micropavé of tiny brilliant diamonds just 0.7-0.9mm wide, adding dashes of colour courtesy of blue lapis lazuli, black onyx and carmine carnelian gemstones, which cover the very fine folded gold circle. The core collection is crafted in 18-carat white gold. Rings are also available in pink and white gold.

From £1,450


by Bulgari

Blooming amongst the marvels of the Eternal City, Fiorever draws inspiration from the alluring four-petal flower cherished in all times by the Romans as a symbol of happiness and joy. In a blend of two meaningful words, Fiore, Italian for flower, and forever, Fiorever celebrates the Roman love for life with a striking, passionate design. Meant to sparkle with eternal glow, Bvlgari’s precious floral icon is crafted with four rose gold open-worked petals embracing a central diamond. Fiorever earrings in 18 kt rose gold with two diamonds (0.10 ct each).