#1 Amulette de Cartier
First launched in 2014
Last year’s collection of understated necklaces and bracelets (with black onyx or white mother-of-pearl) gets updated with five bright gemstones, including pink opal, malachite and lapis lazuli. Also new: matching rings that’ll work for the office or cocktails.
18K pink gold ring with malachite and diamond, $8,950, from Cartier.
Pink gold and ceramic rings with diamonds, $5,900 each, from Bulgari.
First launched in 1999
Bulgari’s signature barrel-shaped rings just got a lot fancier: the rims are now set with pave diamonds.
#3 Serpent Boheme
Layer these necklaces to decorate a plain top.
First launched in 1968
You can now wear pieces from this glam snake-inspired collection to work (yes!). Boucheron has done away with the diamonds on these new sautoirs (long necklaces) but kept the drop motifs they’re famous for.
#4 Happy Diamonds
18K white gold and rose gold rings with diamonds (prices unavailable) from Chopard.
First launched in 1976
Love floral jewellery pieces? Chopard has added new frangipani-inspired designs to its iconic range that’s famous for its “floating diamond” (a free-moving diamond that isn’t held down by a setting).
18K pink gold ring with diamonds, $8,350, from Piaget. 18K pink gold ring with diamond, $3,600, from Piaget.
First launched in 1990
Piaget’s famous ring is known for its free-turning middle band. Check out the new pink gold version that comes with an extra row of diamonds – so pretty!
This story was first published in HerWorld Magazine June 2015.
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