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Transformers: High Jewellery You Can Wear In Multiple Ways

Transformers: High Jewellery You Can Wear In Multiple Ways
By Annie Darling
By Annie Darling
June 17, 2019
Transformable jewellery can be adapted for different occasions, and these masterpieces provide some stunning options

Into The Wild with Chopard

Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler

The Tiger necklace from Chopard’s Animal World collection takes the ordinary and transforms it into the extraordinary, with a fire opal tiger face peering out from a tumble of coloured diamonds and teardrop moonstones. The incredibly opulent piece, perfectly suited for evening engagements, can be separated to allow the tiger face to be worn as an oversized brooch.

See also: Chopard’s 2019 Red Carpet Collection: The Real Stars Of Cannes Film Festival

Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler

Sarah Zhuang's Romantic Gesture

Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler

Created with playful originality, Sarah Zhuang’s Hourglass of Love is a whimsical creation that tells a story of romance. When worn alone, the two earrings outline the contours of two lovers. When united, the earrings are transformed into a contemporary pendant that reveals the shape of an hourglass.

Vintage Flair with Van Cleef & Arpels

Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler

One of the most recognisable items of jewellery ever created is the Zip necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels, which refashions an everyday object into a luxurious piece that has won the favour of connoisseurs worldwide, including the maison’s late muse, Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor. This rendition has a sliding closure that allows the piece to be left partially open around the neck or closed entirely to form a bracelet.

See also: An Insider's Look At Van Cleef & Arpels' Treasure Of Rubies Collection

Celebrating Style with Boucheron

Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler

Many luxury maisons, including Boucheron, have created transformable jewellery pieces since the late 19th century, when the trend was driven by royal requirements for pieces fit for numerous coronations and balls. In its high jewellery Pompon timepiece, Boucheron has reinterpreted one of its signatures. The pom-pom can be removed from the watch’s white-gold bracelet to be worn as a pendant.

Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler

See also: 5 Memorable Jewellery Moments In Film

  • Photography Jensen Hoi
  • Model Samantha Topp

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