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If you’ve already binge-watched all of the second season of Bridgerton, take a look at these Regency-inspired jewels that are fit for a viscountess

This article was originally published on January 14, 2021 and was updated on April 13, 2022.

Shonda Rhimes’ record-breaking Netflix series Bridgerton is on everyone’s minds. The show tells a story of wealth, lust and betrayal during England’s Regency era, and was watched by more than 60 million households over the holiday season, all of which tuned in to obsess over the fabulous jewellery that was worn throughout this period drama.

The second season proved to be another hit, with viewers lusting over the slow burn romance between the viscount and his future viscountess. From the determined Featherington family to the intimidating Queen and Lady Danbury and the emerald or diamonds of the season, each character’s wardrobe was awash with dazzling diamonds, elegant emeralds and ravishing rubies.

Below, you can choose from Tatler’s selection of Bridgerton-inspired sparklers below.

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1. Graff

Graff’s ethereal emeralds take on a vivid glamour when set into this dramatic high jewellery necklace, while an interesting mix of contrasting cuts elevates its elegance further.

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2. Tiffany & Co

Known for his nature-inspired designs, Jean Schlumberger inspired this elegant wreath-like choker by Tiffany & Co, which features delicate strands of yellow gold and platinum that are mounted with life-like leaves set with dazzling diamonds. 

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3. Piaget

Piaget is known for its alluring high jewellery masterpieces and the Treasure earrings in emerald don’t disappoint. Simple yet elegant, the earrings comprise of white gold set with 10 marquise-cut diamonds and two step-cut emeralds. With this, you’re definitely the emerald of the season

4. Chaumet

Chaumet, founded by Marie-Étienne Nitot in 1780, was appointed Napoleon Bonaparte’s official jeweller in the early 1800s and designed his coronation crown, sword hilt and countless gifts for his first wife, Josephine.

So it comes as no surprise that this glamorous Déferlante tiara is fit for royalty, thanks to its 1,600 brilliant-cut and step-cut diamonds without any repetition that captures the energy of the water surging onto the shore.

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5. Bulgari

This colourful necklace from Bulgari takes inspiration from 17th-century painter Artemisia Gentileschi, one of the most celebrated artists of the Baroque movement. She challenged the social norms and puts a new focus on the central role of women in society.

The necklace reflects her rebellious and indomitable spirit with the spiral geometry as a symbol of life and evolution. Masterfully set one by one at different levels, you’ll find cabochon rubies, emeralds and sapphires along with diamonds.

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6. Gucci

This sparkling Waterfall Stars bracelet is from Gucci’s 130-piece high jewellery collection Hortus Delicarium (Garden of Delights). The collection marks creative director Alessandro Michele’s second creation and takes inspiration from nature such as the sky, clouds, waves and more.

The bracelet takes a natural landscape focus, reminiscent of crashing waterfalls covered in white gold with diamonds and Paraiba tourmalines.

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7. Boucheron

The New Maharajas collection from Boucheron is a homage to the 1928 special commission by the Maharajah of Patiala. The new Maharani necklace is a monochrome choker celebrating the lotus motif.

It plays with the downstrokes and the upstrokes of white gold to draw a diamond lace on the skin, complete with a whooping 4.08-carat cushion diamond shining at the centre.

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8. Forms

Forms has been revered by the jewellery industry for their modern twists on classic structures. With these vivid sapphire and diamond earrings, you’ll surely catch the attention of many.

Double rows of marquise are set from tip to tip to create an elegant floral design with vivid pink sapphire cushion shapes to add rarity and sophistication. The design is embellished with round brilliant diamonds on the back and mounted in 18K white gold.

9. Cartier

At the centre of this ring is a 21.51-carat sapphire cabochon with an intense blue hue that looks like it’s glowing from within. Around it, five parentheses of radiant diamonds and emeralds fan out like the surface of a lake. The Parhelia ring is simply irresistible.

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10. Mikimoto

Mikimoto is renowned for its pearls, after all, founder Kokichi Mikimoto was the first in the world to successfully culture a pearl. This necklace from the Japanese Sense of Beauty collection has translated the dainty flower pattern, mujinagiku (raccoon chrysanthemum) into a light and airy necklace using openwork techniques.

In its beautiful intricate details, you can find 18K white gold with conch pearl, 48.49-carat zoisite and 22.10-carats of diamonds.

11. Gübelin Jewellery

This dramatic cocktail ring from Gübelin Jewellery boasts pink-orange padparadscha sapphire from Sir Lanka of over nine carats. The shape and structure are meant to echo that of the elegant plumage of the flamingos, exerting grace and poise.

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12. Van Cleef & Arpels

Inspired by roses, Van Cleef & Arpels endows the flower with exceptional three-dimensional relief thanks to its superimposed gems—each one set and carefully adjusted.

The dazzling rubies have been polished by hand into subtle domes and set in a way that reveals the full flower. The clip can be detached and fitted to clip alongside another flower.

13. De Beers

An extravagant mix of diamond cuts is what usually sets De Beers’ beautiful high jewellery creations apart, so this spectacular earring fits the bill. Like beams of light fanning out from the sun, the Chandelier earrings are truly magnificent in their flared form.

Emanated from aura-set fancy yellow cushion-cut diamonds, elongated shafts of diamond light, set against black rhodium-plated gold and finally anodised titanium in sun-drenched shades. Everything you’re looking for is here.

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14. Messika

The pear-cut diamond is accentuated by a feather motif with the central stone set one level above the surrounding entourage. A total of 52.6 carats and endless elegant simplicity. Messika’s Desert Moon necklace is truly alluring––get yours now.

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15. Boghossian

Boghossian is always striving for ‘firsts’ in innovation, as demonstrated in its decision to create the iconic '‘Kissing’ setting technique, where two contrasting stones are assembled together using very little metal, giving the illusion of one floating over another.

This orange-pink diamond ring features one fancy intense orange-pink radiant-cut diamond set over a hexagonal-shaped diamond. It’s surrounded by two triangular-shaped diamonds, on a ring with small pink brilliant diamonds. Evoking the heat and intensity of flames, it’s the perfect ring to symbolise your love.

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16. Chanel

Here at Tatler, we’re particularly fond of Chanel’s vibrant Soleil brooch, which boasts polished slabs of yellow gold that are arranged in the shape of diamond-set sun beams. What more could a girl want?

17. Louis Vuitton

Artistic director Francesca Amfitheatrof looks to the skies to find inspiration for Louis Vuitton’s latest high jewellery collection, Stellar Times. A rainbow-wide spectrum of coloured gemstones defines the collection; particularly striking is the use of opal, which is set into the Céleste earrings pictured.

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