Department


Jewellery


Browse Jewellery by Department

Contemporary Jewellery

Women's Haute Joaillerie


Latest Arrivals

ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Shell (Neptunea Angulata) Ring

£18,950
Ornella Iannuzzi

'Fleur de Cristal' earrings

CALL FOR PRICE
Ana De Costa Fine Jewellery

Green Pearl Earrings

£12,995
Elizabeth Gage

Bronze Coin Bracelet

£9,600
TIVON Fine Jewellery

PERFECT KARMA

£22,500
Alexander Davis

Oasis Engagement Ring

£5,535
Moira Fine Jewellery

6.64CT OLD-CUT DIAMOND EARRINGS

£120,000
Yves Frey Diamonds

The YELLOW DIAMOND RING

CALL FOR PRICE
Minas

The EOS EARRINGS

From £690 - £4,000
Vivienne Westwood

Gainsborough Necklace

£750
Robinson Pelham

Ash Asteroid ring

£19,900
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Hippocamp Bracelet

£2,000
Sandra Cronan

Art Deco Yacht Brooch

£850
Ornella Iannuzzi

“MERVEILLE OCÉANIQUE” RING

CALL FOR PRICE
Ana De Costa Fine Jewellery

ROLLS-ROYCE PIN - Crescent Moon

From £6,995
TIVON Fine Jewellery

MERCURY RISING

£49,950
Alexander Davis

Dendritic Lattice Ring

£3,300
Moira Fine Jewellery

EDWARDIAN BANGLE

£26,000
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Nastro brooch and pendant

£17,800
Sandra Cronan

DIAMOND SNAKE BRACELET

£20,000
Ana De Costa Fine Jewellery

Platinum Paisley Earrings

£11,995
Elizabeth Gage

Rhodolite Garnet Ring

£12,600
TIVON Fine Jewellery

THE PHOENIX SOARS

£13,300
Moira Fine Jewellery

ENAMEL PANSY FLOWER EARRINGS

£8,000
Robinson Pelham

Totem earrings in White gold

£9,550
TIVON Fine Jewellery

THE EMPEROR'S GIFT

£175,000
Alexander Davis

Diamond Dendritic Ring

£10,995
Moira Fine Jewellery

FIVE STONE EMERALD RING

£45,000
TIVON Fine Jewellery

NIGHT AT THE OPERA

£14,995
Moira Fine Jewellery

Drop Earrings

£24,000

View All Jewellery

Luxury Lifestyle

Ana De Costa Fine Jewellery

Bespoke

CALL FOR PRICE
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

Gabbia a Segmenti ring

£9,130
Noblekey

MERCEDES VINTAGE 300 SL

From £2,065
ELISABETTA CIPRIANI

curl ring

£4,400
Noblekey

mercedes Neu 3

From £2,385
D'joya

Sun Moon Bracelet

£28,800
Noblekey

REAL ESTATE DE LUXE 1

CALL FOR PRICE
D'joya

Jumbo Ring

£24,000
Noblekey

UNIVERSAL DE LUXE 5

From £5,400
Noblekey

Universal de Luxe 4 WIESMANN

From £2,065
D'joya

Gaudi Brooch

£38,400
Noblekey

UNIVERSAL DE LUXE 1 WIESMANN

From £2,065
D'joya

Starry Nights Ring

£38,490
Noblekey

FERRARI

From £2,400
D'joya

Angels Wings Bangle

£24,000
Noblekey

ASTON MARTIN de luxe

From £2,385
Noblekey

PROWLER

From £2,065
D'joya

Sainte Chapelle Ring

£159,600
Noblekey

UNIVERSAL DE LUXE 2 WIESMANN

From £2,065
D'joya

Queen’s Brooch

£33,600
Noblekey

PRIVATE JET DE LUXE

From £2,065
Noblekey

MERCEDES VINTAGE

From £2,065
D'joya

Apollo Ring

£72,000
Noblekey

YACHT DE LUXE 2

From £2,700
Noblekey

Wiesmann Neu

From £2,385
D'joya

Soulmate Ring

£168,000
Noblekey

Cobra de Luxe Black

From £2,065
D'joya

Rock Candy Earrings

£57,600
Noblekey

PORSCHE

From £2,400
D'joya

Casa Batlo Ring

£24,000
Noblekey

YACHT DE LUXE 1

From £2,700
Noblekey

LAMBORGHINI

From £2,400
D'joya

Red Square Ring

£62,400
D'joya

Pink Mosque-1 Ring

£14,400
D'joya

Goudleer Ring

£8,640

View All Jewellery

Duomo wheel ring

Rosetta cufflinks

Soulmate ring

Spider Pendant

Spanish tile pendant


News and features

Noblekey: Combining Luxury With The Everyday

If there are three things that you must never leave the house without these...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Into The Marvellous Menagerie Of Elizabeth Gage

Every jeweller has a certain signature. For Cartier it is their panther, fo...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Robinson Pelham: A Breath Of Fresh Air

Though their relatively brief, two-decade history may be denoted by royal c...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Miniature Marvels From D’Joya

Miniatures are an art form that has captivated humanity for millennia. Even...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Exceptional Beauty Of Ornella Iannuzzi ‘S Tanzanite Pendant

It’s not uncommon for a jeweller to occasionally create something sim...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Les Adorables By Yves Frey Diamonds

As a hunter always on the lookout for unusual coloured precious stones and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ana De Costa: The Art Of Alchemy

The art of alchemy has always been thought to be the pursuit of turning bas...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sandra Cronan: Giving The Gift Of Vintage

Giving jewellery as a gift is a practice that dates back millennia. An endu...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Nanis’ Ipanema: Treasures Of Sea And Sky

It makes sense that jewellers often looks towards nature for inspiration. I...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ana De Costa: Perle Noire

As well as beautiful weather and stunning natural sights French Polynesia h...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Winter Wonders From Elizabeth Gage

Winter jewellery can sometimes be a little cliché. With frosted diam...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Cleef & Arpels’ Currency Exchange

We tend not to really think about where coins come from; aside from them no...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Beauty From Geometry

If you’ve ever seen a work of art that your eyes tell you is an impos...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chanel’S Not So Secret Crush

For some fashion houses jewellery is pretty much an afterthought, if it&rsq...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chopard: Red Carpet Ready

We wouldn’t be stretching too far to say that Chopard are one of the...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Gaudi In Gold

Colonia Guell is a magnificent testament to the modernist movement, the lar...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: A Bracelet Of Many Colours

Despite its biblical origins, there’s a good chance that most people...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: The Pink Mosque

Though it might be one of the most famous feats of architecture in the worl...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Finding The Perfect Gift

Gifting isn’t the easiest process in the world. It’s a finely t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Cleef & Arpels: The Exquisite Variation Of Perlée

Van Cleef & Arpels are a jeweller who are certainly not without their i...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Avant Garde For Autumn

As seasons change it begs to reason that so too should our jewellery. After...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Starry, Starry Night

They say that many creatives are on the verge of madness, but few have stra...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Tivon Jewels: Tantalising Tanzanite

Though we often assume that diamonds are the most precious of all gemstones...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ornella Ianuzzi: The Beauty Of Coral

Precious, fragile and utterly-breathtaking, coral is a wonder of the natura...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Best Antique Jewellers In London

In recent years antique jewellery has become more popular than ever. With a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Commissioning Magic With D’Joya

One of the most innovative and enticing of all modern day jewellery brands,...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Moira: Baroque Beauty

The Baroque period was one of newfound creativity and artistic endeavour on...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Commissioning A Masterpiece From Yves Frey

A piece of jewellery should always be individual. After all, diamonds and g...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A Dark Romance From Alexander Davis

If there is one contemporary jeweller who isn’t afraid to break some...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Alexander Davis: Avant Garde Allure

It seems strange that someone who originally studied science and engineerin...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Cartier Makes Magic

It’s no understatement to say that Cartier have been creating magic f...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Minas Jewellery: Symbolism Simplified

We all know that jewellery is one of the best creations to express yourself...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Minas’ Symbols Of The Zodiac

Throughout the ages, humanity have been obsessed with symbols. From the scr...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Tivon Fine Jewellery: Not All Gems Are Created Equal

There is little doubt that we are living in an era of incredible jewels. Wi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Tivon’S Tapestry Of Jewels

There was a time where tapestries where one of the most sought after decora...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Pearls From Paradise

It’s a common misconception that pearls have had their heyday. Whilst...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Philippa Herbert: Jewellery With Heart

Since learning the craft of casting and beginning their business of capturi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chopard'S Fashion Forward Happy Hearts

Chopard are nothing if not innovative. From crafting beautiful opals into t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sartorial Synergy: Rolls-Royce & Ana De Costa

What would a Rolls-Royce driver wear? It’s a question that, while we&...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Peterson: Jewellery Redefined

Jewellery has to be one of the most varied forms of art in the world. Since...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Peterson London: Innovation In Gold

It’s almost impossible to think of a time where we didn’t value...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Boodles' Uniquely-Cut Ashoka Earrings

It’s probably a bit too cliché to roll out the ‘diamonds...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Eclectic Coastal Beauty From Nanis

Everyone has their most treasured piece of jewellery. Whether it’s a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Nanis: The Need To Be Worn

It shouldn’t really need to be said that jewellery’s meant to b...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Elizabeth Gage Revisits The Templars

Whether it’s the upcoming Assassin’s Creed film, Indiana Jones...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Eternal Elegance With Sandra Cronan

The saying goes that diamonds are forever, and when looking at antique jewe...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Backes & Strauss: The Making Of A Diamond

A diamond is millions of years in the making. Millenia of heat and pressure...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ana De Costa: Jewels With A Vision

There are hundreds of jewellery designers in the world, thousands even. Whe...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sandra Cronan: Treasures From All Ages

There’s a special magic to owning jewellery from another time. Not on...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Archi Dior: The Jewellery Of Fashion

When the world thinks of Christian Dior we inevitably let our minds wander...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Boodles Presents Pas De Deux

Is there anything more elegant than the world of ballet? It’s an art...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: More Than Just Jewellery

It makes sense that, in many cases, a jeweller sticks to what they know. Af...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Story Of Elizabeth Gage

Over the past five decades, Elizabeth Gage has become an important name in...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Gold-Smidt Assembly: Silver Lining

A new dynamic contemporary art gallery, Gold-Smidt Assembly, has recently b...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ornella Iannuzzi: The Fine Art Of Jewellery Design

Fine art and jewellery have a lot in common. Both are created to be aesthet...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Graff: The Most Fabulous Jewels In The World

When you look at the stunning creations from Graff it’s sometimes dif...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chaumet: Bucolic Beauty

Paris has forever been known as the home as some of the most sensational je...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Yves Frey Diamonds: The Many Colours Of Beauty

If you had to list the most precious things in the world diamonds would und...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Excellence Uncut: Cabochon Jewellery

For many the appeal of a precious stone in jewellery is it’s glimmeri...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chaumet’S Glittering Garden

Using flowers as inspiration for jewellery is certainly nothing new. Since...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A Grand Romance: Van Cleef & Arpels

There's something innately romantic about jewellery; whether it’s...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Hoopla By Annoushka

In a mass produced world it has become harder and harder to be unique in wh...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Beauty Of Boucheron

Virginia Oldoini was many things – Countess of Castiglione, mistress...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Rosy Charms: Pink Gemstone Jewellery

Though many people may opt for a sapphire or emerald in their traditional h...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Opulent Opal Jewellery

Though we’ve gone into the virtues of a multitude of precious stones...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The House Of Backes & Strauss

The most exquisite of bejewelled creations deserve their own showcases, and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Women'S Haute Horology

Women not of a horologically-inclined disposition could be excused for assu...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Girl With The Pearl Everything: Pearl Jewellery

Nothing captures the true splendour of the ocean quite in the same way as a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Haute Joaillerie: Into The Blue

With their recognisable deep blue hue and mysterious nature, sapphires have...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Noblekey: Combining Luxury With The Everyday

If there are three things that you must never leave the house without these days it’s your keys, your wallet and your phone. Whilst the luxury m...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Into the Marvellous Menagerie of Elizabeth Gage

Every jeweller has a certain signature. For Cartier it is their panther, for Tiffany it is their diamonds, but for forward thinking Elizabeth Gage it...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Robinson Pelham: A Breath of Fresh Air

Though their relatively brief, two-decade history may be denoted by royal connections and a thriving clientele within the elite of Chelsea, Robinson P...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Miniature Marvels from D’Joya

Miniatures are an art form that has captivated humanity for millennia. Even as far back as the Ancient Roman and Greeks we see there has been a longst...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Exceptional Beauty of Ornella Iannuzzi ‘s Tanzanite Pendant

It’s not uncommon for a jeweller to occasionally create something simply mind-blowing.  Masterpieces of craftsmanship and design, it is the...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Les Adorables by Yves Frey Diamonds

As a hunter always on the lookout for unusual coloured precious stones and those with rare and enticing hues, it makes sense that any collection by Yv...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ana de Costa: The Art of Alchemy

The art of alchemy has always been thought to be the pursuit of turning base metal into gold. Granted it’s a pseudo-scientific art that’s...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sandra Cronan: Giving The Gift of Vintage

Giving jewellery as a gift is a practice that dates back millennia. An enduring way of expressing your devotion to someone with an object both beautif...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Nanis’ Ipanema: Treasures of Sea and Sky

It makes sense that jewellers often looks towards nature for inspiration. Indeed, the gemstones and precious metals which form our favourite glitterin...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ana de Costa: Perle Noire

As well as beautiful weather and stunning natural sights French Polynesia has always held one more special allure – Tahitian black pearls. Wondr...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Winter Wonders from Elizabeth Gage

Winter jewellery can sometimes be a little cliché. With frosted diamonds and the usual wintry motifs appearing year after year, it feels like t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Cleef & Arpels’ Currency Exchange

We tend not to really think about where coins come from; aside from them not being particularly valuable, given the prevalence of contactless payment...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Beauty from Geometry

If you’ve ever seen a work of art that your eyes tell you is an impossibility, it was likely created by MC Escher. The artist’s mathematic...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chanel’s Not So Secret Crush

For some fashion houses jewellery is pretty much an afterthought, if it’s there at all. It’s an artisan craft that’s so far removed...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chopard: Red Carpet Ready

We wouldn’t be stretching too far to say that Chopard are one of the finest jewellery designers of the current age. Continually introducing coll...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Gaudi in Gold

Colonia Guell is a magnificent testament to the modernist movement, the largest colony of its type in Catalonia. As unique as it is architecturally in...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: A Bracelet of Many Colours

Despite its biblical origins, there’s a good chance that most people know of Joseph’s Coat of Many Colours by virtue of the Andrew Lloyd W...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: The Pink Mosque

Though it might be one of the most famous feats of architecture in the world, from the outside the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque looks just like any other gran...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Finding the Perfect Gift

Gifting isn’t the easiest process in the world. It’s a finely tuned balance, one that failure to achieve can turn what should be an occasi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Cleef & Arpels: The Exquisite Variation of Perlée

Van Cleef & Arpels are a jeweller who are certainly not without their iconic motifs. Famed for their mastery over subjects such as flowers and but...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Avant Garde for Autumn

As seasons change it begs to reason that so too should our jewellery. After all, whilst many pieces are timeless, it is good to have seasonal jewels t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Starry, Starry Night

They say that many creatives are on the verge of madness, but few have strayed into the realms of mental instability quite like Vincent Van Gogh. It&r...
READ FULL ARTICLE

TIVON Jewels: Tantalising Tanzanite

Though we often assume that diamonds are the most precious of all gemstones, in many ways this simply isn’t the case. Granted diamonds are nothi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ornella Ianuzzi: The Beauty of Coral

Precious, fragile and utterly-breathtaking, coral is a wonder of the natural world. Its unique organic shapes, not to mention the plethora of marine c...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Best Antique Jewellers in London

In recent years antique jewellery has become more popular than ever. With art deco style inspiration sweeping through many industries once more and an...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Commissioning Magic with D’Joya

One of the most innovative and enticing of all modern day jewellery brands, D’Joya has built a reputation on combining art and jewellery in thei...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Moira: Baroque Beauty

The Baroque period was one of newfound creativity and artistic endeavour on a scale never before seen in Europe, an era which can lay claim to some of...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Commissioning a Masterpiece from Yves Frey

A piece of jewellery should always be individual. After all, diamonds and gemstones are so unique themselves that placing them in a mass produced desi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A Dark Romance From Alexander Davis

If there is one contemporary jeweller who isn’t afraid to break some boundaries it’s Alexander Davis. Using his background in science and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Alexander Davis: Avant Garde Allure

It seems strange that someone who originally studied science and engineering would branch out into jewellery. On the surface they are separate worlds,...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Cartier Makes Magic

It’s no understatement to say that Cartier have been creating magic for generations. Known as “The Jeweller of Kings” and renowned w...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Minas Jewellery: Symbolism Simplified

We all know that jewellery is one of the best creations to express yourself with. One of the oldest ways to appreciate beauty in the whole of humanity...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Minas’ Symbols of the Zodiac

Throughout the ages, humanity have been obsessed with symbols. From the scrawled etchings found on ancient cave walls to the use of iconography in rel...
READ FULL ARTICLE

TIVON Fine Jewellery: Not All Gems Are Created Equal

There is little doubt that we are living in an era of incredible jewels. With many jewellers finding only the most perfect of precious stone...
READ FULL ARTICLE

TIVON’S Tapestry of Jewels

There was a time where tapestries where one of the most sought after decorative pieces in the home. Rich in colour and depicting mythical creatur...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: Pearls From Paradise

It’s a common misconception that pearls have had their heyday. Whilst the delicate strands of the 1920s and the gleaming examples of the 1950s m...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Philippa Herbert: Jewellery with Heart

Since learning the craft of casting and beginning their business of capturing precious moments and transforming them into bronze, silver and glas...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chopard's Fashion Forward Happy Hearts

Chopard are nothing if not innovative. From crafting beautiful opals into the most fearsome tigers to bringing a vibrant hummingbird to life with a da...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sartorial Synergy: Rolls-Royce & Ana de Costa

What would a Rolls-Royce driver wear? It’s a question that, while we’ve not often pondered ourselves, the esteemed marque have evidently b...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Peterson: Jewellery Redefined

Jewellery has to be one of the most varied forms of art in the world. Since before history existed we have adorned ourselves with spirals of beautiful...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Van Peterson London: Innovation In Gold

It’s almost impossible to think of a time where we didn’t value the beauty of gold.  No matter whether it was the Ancient Egyptians u...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Boodles' Uniquely-Cut Ashoka Earrings

It’s probably a bit too cliché to roll out the ‘diamonds are a girl’s best friend’ line, but there’s always been...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Eclectic Coastal Beauty from Nanis

Everyone has their most treasured piece of jewellery. Whether it’s a family heirloom, a gifted watch, or a gloriously dazzling object that you t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Nanis: The Need to be Worn

It shouldn’t really need to be said that jewellery’s meant to be worn. All too often though, vast collections of rings, necklaces and earr...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Elizabeth Gage Revisits the Templars

Whether it’s the upcoming Assassin’s Creed film, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade or the copious number of times they’ve appeared...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Eternal Elegance with Sandra Cronan

The saying goes that diamonds are forever, and when looking at antique jewellery it certainly rings true. Whilst not every piece of antique jewel...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Backes & Strauss: The Making of a Diamond

A diamond is millions of years in the making. Millenia of heat and pressure somehow compress humble carbon into one of the hardest, most valuable and...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ana de Costa: Jewels with a Vision

There are hundreds of jewellery designers in the world, thousands even. Whether that’s established houses with centuries of history or Avant Gar...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Sandra Cronan: Treasures From All Ages

There’s a special magic to owning jewellery from another time. Not only has the piece survived through years of the world changing and growing,...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Archi Dior: The Jewellery of Fashion

When the world thinks of Christian Dior we inevitably let our minds wander to his voluptuous gowns - the delicate artistry and flowing silhouettes of...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Boodles Presents Pas de Deux

Is there anything more elegant than the world of ballet? It’s an art form that has brought countless stories to life, and there’s no denyi...
READ FULL ARTICLE

D’Joya: More Than Just Jewellery

It makes sense that, in many cases, a jeweller sticks to what they know. After all, you don’t just become a jewellery designer overnight and the...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Story of Elizabeth Gage

Over the past five decades, Elizabeth Gage has become an important name in the world of creative jewellery. Using jewels and gold in favour of paint a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Gold-Smidt Assembly: Silver Lining

A new dynamic contemporary art gallery, Gold-Smidt Assembly, has recently been launched in Europe. The gallery specialises in exquisite sculptural wal...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Ornella Iannuzzi: The Fine Art of Jewellery Design

Fine art and jewellery have a lot in common. Both are created to be aesthetically pleasing and highly meaningful, and though the term fine art has fad...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Graff: The Most Fabulous Jewels In The World

When you look at the stunning creations from Graff it’s sometimes difficult to believe that the company itself is only just over fifty years old...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chaumet: Bucolic Beauty

Paris has forever been known as the home as some of the most sensational jewellers in the world, and with the mere mention of a few names it becomes i...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Yves Frey Diamonds: The Many Colours of Beauty

If you had to list the most precious things in the world diamonds would undoubtedly be among them. Coveted throughout time for their immortal beauty a...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Excellence Uncut: Cabochon Jewellery

For many the appeal of a precious stone in jewellery is it’s glimmering facets. After all, without these incredibly precise cuts a gemstone can...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Chaumet’s Glittering Garden

Using flowers as inspiration for jewellery is certainly nothing new. Since time immemorial jewellery has been a way to capture the beauty of nature in...
READ FULL ARTICLE

A Grand Romance: Van Cleef & Arpels

There's something innately romantic about jewellery; whether it’s a delicate gleam or a dazzling gem, jewels are precious and extraordinaril...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Hoopla by Annoushka

In a mass produced world it has become harder and harder to be unique in what you wear. Aside from bespoke and vintage it’s always a worry you m...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Beauty of Boucheron

Virginia Oldoini was many things – Countess of Castiglione, mistress of Napoleon III and notorious socialite – but above them all, she was...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Rosy Charms: Pink Gemstone Jewellery

Though many people may opt for a sapphire or emerald in their traditional hues, there’s something exciting about choosing a stone which has take...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Opulent Opal Jewellery

Though we’ve gone into the virtues of a multitude of precious stones before, we’ve never really celebrated one of my personal favourites-...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The House of Backes & Strauss

The most exquisite of bejewelled creations deserve their own showcases, and it’s hard to find those more stunning than the fine timepieces of Ba...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Women's Haute Horology

Women not of a horologically-inclined disposition could be excused for assuming that the definition of a ladies’ watch is simply small and prett...
READ FULL ARTICLE

The Girl With The Pearl Everything: Pearl Jewellery

Nothing captures the true splendour of the ocean quite in the same way as a beautiful pearl. Formed from a singular grain of sand or shard of shell, t...
READ FULL ARTICLE

Haute Joaillerie: Into The Blue

With their recognisable deep blue hue and mysterious nature, sapphires have captivated jewellers for millennia. Although there are a number of differe...
READ FULL ARTICLE

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Ornella Iannuzzi

'Coralline Atoll' ring

£8,800
NANIS

'Cachemire' Ring

£4,275

How can we assist?