March 2020: What's New In Jewellery
Actress Ella Balinska, who most recently made a splash in last year’s Charlie’s Angels reboot, has been recruited as the ambassador for Cartier’s legendary Panthère de Cartier collection.
Lashings of gold and dazzling diamonds define Jewelmer’s Illusion collection, which celebrates the South Sea pearl. Classical in shape, this assortment of rings, necklaces and earrings in gleaming yellow is contemporary and wearable. What’s not to love?
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The fourth and final volume of Chaumet’s thematic collection of coffee table books is out now. Published by Assouline, this luxurious boxed set traces the history of Chaumet’s ongoing fascination with stars and the sky. Written by luxury and jewellery experts, these three tomes document and celebrate the maison’s modernity, style and craftsmanship, using stunning archival imagery and colourful storytelling.
Chaumet has unveiled a series of photographs by Julia Hetta, who takes inspiration from Dutch old masters to playfully depict the maison’s storied archival pieces, including transformable high jewellery. To coincide with Hetta’s showcase, the brand has also released a limited-edition Jeux de Liens Harmony pendant in rose gold set with carnelian, which will be exclusive to Asia and available in boutiques throughout the region.
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