IN THE NAME OF LOVE | Solitaire Magazine

IN THE NAME OF LOVE

Take your pick from this selection of perfect Valentine’s Day pieces

1 MIKIMOTO introduces two new bracelets from the Love Collection, which are decorated with a Japanese Akoya cultured pearl that helps spell out the word “love”. One of the new bracelets features 18K pink gold, dazzling diamonds, and an Akoya pearl (size: 5.75mm), while the other takes on a more minimalist look with a classic combination of 18K white gold and an Akoya pearl (size: 4.25mm). mikimoto.com


2 Receiving jewellery always makes hearts flutter – especially if it comes in a little blue box. For the month of love, Tiffany & Co. has curated a roundup of the best Tiffany gifts to win hearts over. Our top pick would be the Tiffany HardWear range that’s juxtaposed with delicate pearls, which include the freshwater pearl lock necklace, double pearl ring, and freshwater pearl ring. tiffany.com

 

3 The language of love comes in many forms, especially during Valentine’s Day. Aside from hearts, nothing spells out romance more clearly than flowers, which is why you’ll fall head over heels with Chanel’s PÉTALES DE CAMÉLIA ring. The delicate piece features 18K yellow gold and one centre diamond, which then beautifully wraps around the finger when worn. chanel.com

 

4 The circle is a universal symbol of unity and perfection, and an expression of eternity. By taking inspiration from the circle, Chaumet introduces the Jeux de Liens Harmony medallions, which are contemporary yet sentimental jewels to be engraved on the reverse as a unique gift and worn against the heart. Featuring an adjustable chain, the necklaces can be layered and have Jeux de Liens pendants added on as well. chaumet.com

 

5 In time for both Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day, Piaget offers its popular Possession range in a vibrant red colour to help attract positive energy and at the same time, bring success. Taking centre stage is carnelian, a fiery red stone, which is then combined with rose gold and diamonds. The collection features a bracelet, an open ring, and a pendant. piaget.com