Get those wish lists at the ready, as we’re about to add 14 new things you didn’t know you needed. From rings through to watches, we’ve got your limbs covered with all the jewels and precious metals from now until the end of time.
They’ve already gained approval from celebrities and starlets for decades, so with timelessness guaranteed, you’ll be able to feel 0% guilt at shelling out for these extra special pieces that you’ll still enjoy when you’re 30, 50, 70, or even 100, to the probable dismay of your next of kin.
So be extra nice to that loved one, start saving, or cross your fingers that you’ll receive a surprise windfall because these pieces are ultimate #jewellerygoals.
With around only 1 in 10,000 coloured diamonds being judged good enough for Tiffany (have you seen their new hardware collection?), their yellow diamonds are something exceptionally special. Not only are they rare, but they also hark back to an important moment in the brand’s history – the discovery of the original ‘Tiffany yellow’; one of the largest yellow diamonds ever to be discovered (287.42 carats!).
Audrey Hepburn famously went on to wear the diamond to publicise Breakfast at Tiffany’s, eternalising the yellow diamond as one of the most fabulous pieces in jewellery history.
Made famous by Greta Garbo who wore hers night and day, the curb bracelet consists of 18k of gorgeous yellow gold, which, when wrapped around the wrist, also happens to be functional.
It instantly became a symbol for Hollywood starlets and is still going strong today providing a touch of retro glamour that may just leave you feeling like a fabulous A-lister too.
If Sepertini is the bejewelled glamourous aunt, B.zero1 is the cool, edgy niece. Designed by the late, great Zaha Hadid, the collection adds a bold sleekness to the Bvlgari brand.
Celebrating eternity and modernity, the B.zero1 pieces take inspiration from Rome’s colosseum (also remember to check out Trevi Fountain), using chunky spirals to signify the past, present and future, it’s timeless both in name and nature.
An immediate hit with celebs and us avid jewellery fans alike, the tribales range has quickly secured its place in the luxury jewellery timeline.
Placing emphasis on the back of the earring with the larger sphere (check out the whole collection here), it’s already graced the lobes of many a famous ear and is sure to do so for decades to come.
Around since the late 60’s, the Alhambra range has stolen the hearts and necklines of women like Reese Witherspoon and Mariah Carey. An icon of luck based on the clover, the range has bloomed into a statement of timeless elegance. With pieces that’ll set you back around 32,500 dollars, it’s no wonder that knock-offs have been rife, but there’s nothing quite as special as owning an original.
What better way to symbolise love than locking it onto your wrist forever? With a bracelet that literally will not come off without a screwdriver, the love bracelet is a cult jewellery icon designed to be worn ‘til death do us part.
It’s a beautiful way to preserve and pass a family love story down through the generations, and with other fans like Kylie Jenner, Angelina Jolie and Kanye showing off their Cartier stacked wrists, you can be sure yours will be in good celebrity company. Want more of it? Here’s what went down at Cartier’s party.
With figures like Aphrodite and Cleopatra depicted as wearing snake jewellery, who wouldn’t want to feel like a goddess or queen? Around since the 1940’s, the Sepentini has remained an iconic design in luxury jewellery.
It’s been re-imagined numerous times over the years, but the main concept of the serpent stays the same, proving itself as one of the most timeless designs of the last century.
Seen on stars such as Olivia Palermo and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, this luxe take on the friendship bracelet has become a much-loved classic for a reason.
Engrave them, personalise them with different emblems and colours, or if you’re lucky enough to collect a few, stack them and create a whole arm party of memories to pass down through the generations.
Wear a statement piece from Gucci, and ta-da, you’ve already nailed effortless style. The horsebit design first emerged in the 1930’s as part of their equestrian-themed line and has been a hit ever since, appearing on bags, loafers and jewellery.
Dressed up or dressed down, you can be sure that the chunky bracelets add iconic glamour to any outfit – and best of all, you don’t even have to own a horse to have one. Have you checked out their ultra-covetable Gucci sneakers?
Delicate and glitzy, tennis bracelets were given their name after number one tennis player Chris Evert’s diamond bracelet was sent flying across the court mid-match.
Naturally, she demanded the umpire to stop play, and bracelets in this style were given this name ever since. Boodles make the best and most famous of them all, even including a small tennis ball charm to pay homage to its origins.
Elegant and sophisticated, the Camélia flower is Chanel’s signature motif and for good reason.
Delicate and simple, it brings everything we love about Chanel (remember Coco Cafe?) together into one classic monochromatic design that’ll remain stylish on fingers for centuries.
Floating through royal and political worlds across the seas, both Kate Middleton and Michelle Obama have both been spotted showing off their Cartier timepieces.
With different sizes and colours available, you can pick a more elegant, or larger statement design to match your style and personality. If it’s good enough for passing through the royal family, then it’s good enough for us.
One thing’s for certain – there’s no mistaking a Buccellati ring. With every millimetre of gold being inscribed with some sort of petal, flower or pattern, you can’t help but be wowed by the craftsmanship and detail that goes into each and every item.
Inspired by drawings passed down within the Buccellati family, every piece is unique, giving you a stunning one-off to treasure forever and ever.