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ROSES ARE RED DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER Romance cynics, look away now. This special spread is utterly, unapologetically romantic — all sugar and spice, and everything nice. Because, really, who doesn’t love flowers and diamonds, especially on Valentine’s Day? Although recent surveys reveal that almost 50% of women would rather prefer…

LIFE IS A PARTY. DRESS LIKE IT – Audrey Hepburn Sure, you have your reliable little black dress to get you through the festive season. But why not surprise your friends, or even yourself, and show up at a party in a ‘full-on holiday’ mode? Go for silver, sequined, or…

ROLLIN’ WITH THE TIMES One brand’s enduring vision for elegant designs and timeless luxury In our Insta-obsessed, social media-oriented world, how do you make diamonds appealing enough to catch the fleeting attention of the millennial generation? Like most luxury jewellery brands, this was a challenge that the 114-year old diamond…

ETHEREALLY YOURS Delicate jewels inspired by the winter season A breathtaking geometric wonder, a snowflake is one of nature’s most exquisite works of art. As small, cool sculptures of frozen water, the star-shaped snowflakes have long inspired jewellery designers to create sparkling jewels most suitable for the festive season’s endless…

The romance and delicacy of lace-patterned jewellery For centuries, lace has been desired for its fragile and delicate nature. Both feminine and flirtatious, it suggests romance and mystery. Highly precious because of its delicacy, this unique theadwork provides a multitude of historical, geographical, and aesthetic references. During the Renaissance period,…

High jewellery inspired by the beauty of the lotus flower Since ancient times, the lotus flower has been a symbol of purity, spirituality, and serenity — a being of water, air, and sun that spends its infancy beneath the water line and its maturity above it. Lotus by De Beers…

If a colourful palette doesn’t suit your jewellery taste, tone it down with a pair of Labyrinth earrings from Esvara. Faceted moonstones and diamonds hang gracefully from the piece, with unique tropical wood accents to even out the shine. www.esvaraviva.com

When Countess Sveva della Gherardesca married Nicholas Romanov, descendant of the Tsar of Russia, she wore a head dress made of tiny wax orange blossoms. The custom of wearing orange blossoms, which was popular in European weddings, originated in China, where the flower was seen as a symbol of purity,…