Fine Jewellery That You’ll Love: They Include Classic Brands Like HERMES, CHANEL, BVLGARI, BOUCHERON & CARTIER!
Have you always thought big designer brands were unattainable? We recommend the following entry style jewelry classics from the likes of Bulgari, Chanel, Cartier and Tiffany & Co. You might be surprised that the price is more amiable than expected! The pieces are instantly recognisable, with simple designs, and very suitable for daily wear. Whether you want to sport the piece singularly or like a more layered styling, you’ll be looking like a star with fashion pazazz in these!
BVLGARI B.zero1 series
The Roman Arena inspired B. zero 1 series, was first launched by Bulgari in 1999. The brand utilised unique metalwork technology to intertwine the metal coil Tubogas without any welding points. This mastering in itself has been one of the reasons for Bulgari's collection’s true success. The design updates since have been quite substantial, like the B. zero 1 Design Legand with K gold and ceramic, or the hollow curve in the center of the ring, and of course the latest B.zero1 Labyrinth labyrinth series available in platinum and rose gold.
Serpentine has always been an important symbol of Boucheron, and it is also one of the core elements to the series. The pieces are retro style and intertwined with moderness, and you can dress them up or down depending on your style. Coupled with colourful gemstones, like citrine, white mother-of-pearl, lapis lazuli, and amethyst, the appearance is enhanced due to the dreamy shades and you change them up to match your outfits.
Boucheron Quatre Blue Series
Four themed decorative lines coexist in Quatre's works, including Double Godron, Clou de Paris, Row of Diamonds and Grosgrain. The metalwork is precise, with four themed decorative patterns to choose from. Quatre also has independent decorative patterns made of solid color K gold, which is simple in composition, more affordable, and more suitable for mixing and matching.
CARTIER Love Series
Love has always been one of Cartier's most popular introductory jewelry series. Born in 1969, Aldo Cipullo created a new type of bracelet with screws purposefully visible in the design. The unprecedented neutral shape is one of the market’s most loved features. The bracelet’s screws are locked with a screwdriver and this screw totem extends to necklaces, rings and many other pieces by the brand. It is a highly sought after range by Cartier!
CHANEL Coco Crush Series
In 2015, Coco Crush was launched with ‘everyday wear’ in mind. The collection carves a simplistic diamond pattern on rings and utilises a K gold surface. In 2016, the brand used K gold, which later extended to beige gold, a more subtle and low-key K gold. In 2017, it changed from 18K Beige beige gold, 18K yellow gold, and platinum diamond bracelets and rings to thinner style versions, allowing for an easier mix and match aesthetic. Try one wide ring and one narrow ring, or multiple narrow versions and even switch up colours for a quirky and fashionable look. Deliberately matching different colors of K gold will have heads turning!
CHAUMET Bee My Love Series
Chaumet, a French brand, will never let you down and for every fashionista Bee My Love series is definitely worthy of your attention. The brand was once Napoleon's queen jeweler and therefore Chaumet symbolizes power, loyalty and diligence! Inspired by the Napoleon emblem-"Bee", the hexagonal honeycomb design is a key feature. The overall look is neat, geometric, and suitable for both men and women! Through these pieces you can really create your own personal style by stacking. Get creative!
CHAUMET Ice Cube Series
In 1999, Chopard launched jewelry and watch works inspired by Ice Cubes. They were full of personality, and an instantly recognizable design. The cubes are small and exquisite, made of 18K yellow gold, white gold or rose gold, and polished or inlaid with diamonds. These core elements were designed into rings, earrings, pendants, solid bracelets, bracelets and even ankle chains!
HERMES Ever Chaîne d’Ancre Series
When thinking of Hermès, classic anchor chain elements first come to mind. However the Chaîne d’Ancre series puts a twist on this by stretching and elongating the shape of the anchor chain. The emblem sits with a square silver thread that hangs for a light and quite unique updated design.
LOUIS VUITTON Volt Series
The design concept of the newly launched 2020 series takes the brand’s iconic letter LV as the creative starting point. Utilising this as the core, alterations were made to the totem by creating new arrangements and different amendments like enhanced metal volume to add a sense of weight.
TIFFANY & CO. Tiffany T Series
Belonging to the Tiffany T series, the iconic English letter "T" is placed in an interlocking design for a really neat and organised appearance. The metalwork details such as the letter T letter are presented in three-dimensional effect. Whilst not an easy and simple piece to produce, it certainly is worth it, with the fantastic multi-dimensions given to the ring.
Three types of 18K gold are used in this series, each offered in narrow and wide versions (the wide ring costs 49,000 NT dollars). Alongside the ring, the bracelet is another item you do not want to miss out on! Jin Secretary Park Minying who came to Taiwan at the beginning of this year by invitation by the brand, wore the Tiffany T True series ring to accessorise his outfit for the event.