Gemstones, diamonds, precious metals and gold are a bride’s best friends. A bride’s necklaces are the ones that right finishing touches to her look. Hence, Wedding Affair has shortlisted a range of jewellery that is sure to multiply the bridal beauty to the hilt. Since today’s bride is both experimental and culturally-ridden, this array is sure to impress her. Take a look at these extremely gorgeous necklaces.
Bvlgari, The Pirate Treasures Necklace
Audacious, adventurous and endlessly exciting just like the journey that leads to a treasure island: the Pirate Treasures necklace is reminiscent of the secret marvels that fearless seafarers would keep on their ships. Sparkling at the core of this fascinating jewellery is a set of spellbinding sapphires – as deep and profound as the sea and as unique as a real treasure. The website explains its essence. The legendary sense of freedom, courage and the intriguing lifestyle of pirates resonate through the entire design approach of this necklace: geometrical frames of diamonds and emeralds embrace an extraordinary set of sapphires, whilst bold volumes, voluptuous gems and compact shapes come together for an incredibly light, sinuous and wearable piece.
Gucci, Green crystal Double G necklace
This Gucci bracelet is the kind of jewellery design that will adorn your neck in the most stylised way possible. Although, the brand calls it a bracelet, the models adorn it with the utmost grace in their necks. The brand distinguishes its unique features. A signature emblem of the House, the initials of its founder Guccio Gucci define this bracelet, embellished with heart-shaped crystals. Adding a refined feel, sparkling crystals frame the logo crafted from metal with an aged gold finish. The Gucci jewellery collection is crafted from hypoallergenic and nickel-free materials.
Boucheron, Paves de Cristal
This crystal necklace is the one to die for. Frenched in elegance and luxury, this jewellery exudes royalty. The website states its brilliant features. Necklace set with a 2.68 ct F IF pear diamond, baguette diamonds and rock crystal, paved with diamonds, on white gold. Necklace in the tradition of the multi-wear. Founded in 1858 by Frédéric Boucheron, it is the oldest jewellery Maison in Place Vendôme. Famous throughout the world for its bold, free style, Boucheron has conquered women’s hearts by offering ever more creative jewellery set with characterful stones.
Harry Winston, Paraiba and Diamond Necklace
The House’s classic cluster motif meets a naturally-coloured electric blue Paraiba tourmaline in a piece of extraordinary jewellery. Valued for its saturated colour, clarity and impressive size, this show-stopping 9.57 carat stone is truly one-of-a-kind. A 9.57 carat cushion-cut Brazilian Paraiba tourmaline centre stone with 245 round brilliant, emerald-cut, square-cut and pear-shaped diamonds weighing a total of approximately 45.71 carats, set in platinum. The website states.
Piaget, Ruby Necklace
It took over a year to find the finest rubies in order to create extraordinary high jewellery creations. While most rubies are typically under one carat and heated to enhance their colour, Piaget’s gemologists travel across the world tirelessly working on acquiring the most beautiful gemstones. Piaget’s website talks about its passion for gemstones. Created over the course of millions of years, produced by the effects of unimaginable forces, the Earth has provided us with just an infinitesimally small number of precious stones, as rare as they are beautiful. Piaget believes that such precious gems deserve their place in only the finest creations.
In the jewellery and high jewellery workshops, gem-setters compose creations with a magnificent palette of setting techniques to glorify the stones and allow them to live together in dazzling harmony. In particular, Piaget has become a specialist in working with calibrated stones that are adjusted and custom cut. The resulting creations are truly dressed in light.
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