Priced at 11100 Euro, this Boucheron Chouette ring in white gold with sapphire set features gorgeous amethyst and diamonds.
the Golden Stones collection by Brazilian jeweller H. Stern borrows their rounded, organic shapes.
Wearing these jewels is like adorning oneself with a necklace or a bracelet of pebbles carefully picked on a riverbed.
The collection is made of eighteen karat yellow gold which has been finished to give it a texture similar to stone.
Introducing the HOPE Ring. Made with 18kt Gold and Diamonds.
This wonderful sentiment ring spells the word “hope” with “H”eart, “O”val, “P”ear, and “E”merald Shaped Diamonds.
Exclusively from Julius Cohen New York. Price $5,400.
Beverly Hills-based Master Jeweler Vin Lee has created the first-ever tennis earring, a revolutionary design that lines up 4, 6, 8 or 10 matching diamonds, rubies or emeralds in a row to create a stunner for the ear reminiscent of the tennis bracelet.
The perfect gift for a lady. Starting price $999 depending on quality and size of stones.
DeBeers creates another legend to enhance the mystique of its diamonds, this one featuring benevolent spirits who lived in the stars—until the most mischevious of them played a prank that brought them all crashing to earth as diamonds.
The Amulets Collection draws its inspiration directly from De Beers’ native Africa. It highlights each spirit, from Gugu-Juju, spirit of the dance and the prankster mentioned previously, to Nema-Gala, the spirit of laughter.
A wide range of pendants are available each representing different purposes and are available from De Beers stores worldwide. Prices start from $6,000 - Via finejewelrynews.
With its latest
collection, De Beers taps into the myth of a diamond-studded
valley ringed by flames.
Enter the Valley of Diamonds collection, a 13-piece lineup of rings, necklaces and a single pair of earrings inspired by an ancient myth of the same name.
The origins of the tale vary—the Chinese, Indians and Persians all had their versions, some dating as far back as the eighth century—but the premise is invariably the same: an impossible-to-reach valley richly covered in diamonds.
And the obstacles for the protagonists are always plentiful. As if menacing surrounding mountains aren’t enough, the area is also ringed with walls of fire and inhabited by dangerous snakes whose gaze can strike a man dead, natch.
Police are hunting for thieves behind the biggest jewellery heist ever in France when they made off with diamonds and other valuables worth up to €80 million (102 million dollars) from a luxury boutique in Paris.
The three armed robbers burst into the Harry Winston jewellers on the exclusive Avenue Montaigne in the centre of the French capital yesterday. They made off with almost all the valuables in the shop.
The Harry Winston chain, which was founded in New York in 1988, likes to describe itself as the king of diamonds. The Shah of Iran and Jackie Kennedy were amongst its customers. So too was Richard Burton who bought a 61 carat diamond luminary for Elizabeth Taylor, his wife, in 1969.