5 timeless designer rings and necklaces you will want to have

From these five iconic jewellery collections come fresh pieces like versatile rings and long necklaces that will make you want to add them to your bling collection

#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.

#2 B.zero1

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).

#5 Possession

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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