But don’t worry, no humans were harmed in the making of these jewellery. The only way stones are getting on people at the British jeweller’s boutiques are in the form of gems safely ensconced in bezels of precious metals to be worn as rings, earrings, and bracelets.
Spring is here… Supposedly. There are no signs of it here in Stockholm. In fact, it snowed yesterday. Well, if nature’s not giving me any flowers, I’m going to find my own, and the ones I like will never wither in winter. Here are five floral jewellery pieces that I’ll take over a bouquet any day.
One’s the queen of wearable art; the other, the master of liveable sculptures. When Simone Ng and Jason Pomeroy put their creative forces together, the result is a unique capsule collection of six rings.
Where would Kate Middleton’s wedding style be without the iconic Garrard sapphire engagement ring or the Cartier tiara? Where would Cinderella be without her glass slipper? I shudder to consider the consequences.
Heart shapes on Valentine’s Day is such a cliché; subtlety is more tasteful. Here are five gem-studded creations that say “I love you” with all the class and none of the crass(ness).
If there ever were a woman who doesn’t care for roses, it would be Gabrielle Chanel. The camellia, with its majestic fullness and neat petals arranged with an almost geometric precision, appealed to her more.
Imagine the architectural spectacle that would have resulted if emperor Vespasian had been able to consult Zaha Hadid before he built the Colosseum. Bulgari’s new B.zero 1 ring created in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) is probably as close as we will ever get to that.