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A collaboration that commenced in 2009 between the Italian jewellery brand and one of the world’s leading independent organisation for children, Save the Children, Bulgari is once again committed to a new initiative, continuously raising awareness about the importance of children’s education.   Unveiling the new sterling silver and black ceramic…

Leyla Abdollahi’s worldly perspective and inherent talent have led her to become one of today’s sought-after jewellery designers. Originally from Iran, Leyla draws inspiration from the exoticism and rich culture of her homeland. But she keeps her creations contemporary and relevant by using the techniques she learned from her studies…

Keep up the good summer vibes! Dig out that yellow dress that you bought on impulse last season and have fun with it. Play with patterns. Let those accessories pop. Go for unlikely colour matches — the sunny shade needs a strong one to stand up against.   Image opener: ULYANA…

Discovered 220 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle, the Diavik Foxfire is a large 187.7ct rough diamond. The rare stone was found at Diavik diamond mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories, an arm of British-Australian mining company, Rio Tinto. It is claimed to be extremely rare to find a diamond at such a…

The rarest finds have been put up for sale, fetching almost unbelievable, record-setting prices. SolitaireLuxe brings you a short summary of the gems that have become the talk of the town.     OPPENHEIMER BLUE A 14.62ct fancy vivid blue diamond was sold at US$57.5 million making it the world’s most expensive gemstone…

One of the most significant motifs of the warm season, the butterfly is a special favourite of haute joaillerie and horlogerie maisons. The delicate creature is multi-faceted, beautiful to behold, and requires complex techniques to replicate onto a watch face. SolitaireLuxe  presents seven exquisite timepieces that pay tribute to the beauty…

SolitaireLuxe presents these attractive jewellery boxes to keep your cherished collection in mint condition. From the most trendy to the easy-to-pack, these favourite picks will suit every personal taste and function.

We question the value of beauty as Argentinian artist Luciana Rondolini introduces her project entitled, Tiffany. The project features intricate bejewelling of real fruits that are already rotting. Using conventional fruits such as bananas, apples and pears, she embellishes the outer skin of the fruits with diamantes with the inner flesh…

A celebrated icon of jewellery insiders, but unknown to most, Suzanne Vuillerme Belperron (1900-1983) is one of the 20th century’s most influential jewellery designers. A master at her craft, Belperron never achieved the renown of some of her male contemporaries, such as Louis Comfort Tiffany or Fulco di Verdura. Luminaries…

Known for its unique and intricate micro and nano-mosaic setting, SICIS returns with a new stunning piece, the Cosmo necklace. Inspired by the universal archetype, the Cosmic Egg, the necklace is truly another masterpiece created by the brand.     It features a micro-mosaic combination of more than 900 dazzling diamonds, 1200…