Cover Graff Wild Flower rings in white gold set with diamonds (Photo: Graff)

From diamond-dipped pendants to contemporary cuffs, keep reading to discover Tatler's edit of the best spring sparklers to line your jewellery box

Beautiful Ruins

Chanel's latest jewellery collection pays tribute to Venice, a city Coco Chanel admired for its opulent architecture and quaint canals. Escale à Venise, which means "Stopover in Venice" in French, comprises 70 pieces that celebrate the city's neo-baroque architecture, famed waterways and gondola mooring poles.

Mastery of Movement

Inspired by the beauty of its standout emerald that weighs 4.11 carats, the Dancing Dunes necklace by Gübelin pays tribute to the dramatic dune-covered landscape of Lençois Maranhenses, Brazil’s only desert. This pear-cut gemstone echoes the national park’s staggering beauty from its crystal-clear lakes to vibrant fauna.

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Silver Linings

London-based jeweller Liv Luttrell has unveiled four trendsetting rings that truly pack a punch. Excessive, voluminous, and sculptural, these experimental sparklers were brought to life using a mix of brushed and polished silver, which adds a striking softness to each wearable creation.

On the Road

Nina Runsdorf’s opulent opal-hung earrings are a characterful explosion of colour that delicately pull together an eccentric design of Paraiba tourmalines and diamonds. A keen collector of contemporary art, Runsdorf travels the world collecting the gemstones that star in her beautiful baubles, and the opals in her Yahwah earrings—from Australia—are no exception.

Clip On

Inspired by the humble paper clip, Gismondi 1754's latest collection has brought the simplicity and modernity of this everyday object to the forefront. A sophisticated selection of bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings has been designed using pink and white gold, which is embellished with vibrant coloured gemstones including pink and blue sapphires.

Fly Away

French jewellery maison Van Cleef & Arpels has, once again, rolled out another emblematic example of its savoir-faire with new creations inspired by the beautiful butterfly. This spectacular series is set with tantalising turquoise, which boldly contrasts against yellow-gold silhouettes dusted with diamonds.

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Total Winner

When asked about his latest high jewellery pieces, famed Florentine jeweller and black diamond specialist Fawaz Gruosi described it as “a more intimate side of my personality.” Defined by curved, clean lines as well as vibrant gemstones that burst with colour, these dramatic jewels wrap around the neck and twist around the wrist with stunning complexity.

Colour Blind

Lightweight and durable, Forms’ new Chroma collection is as wearable as it is playful. Named after the Greek word for colour, Chroma’s creativity is exercised through its liberal use of anodized aluminium, which provides the perfect backdrop for hefty chunks of citrine, amethyst, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds.

Modern Art

This chunky ring by Nevernot playfully captures the brand's desire for elegance and balance, and it'll surely add some pizzazz to a glittery night out this weekend.


Wear alone as a statement piece or stacked up. Either way, this rustic cuff by Dale Novick is stylish, elegant and versatile, and will easily transition from day to night.

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Simple Pleasures

Aurelia and Pierre is a brand for modern women who appreciate minimal design and classic luxury. Hot on the heels of its first high jewellery collection, this brand creates clean silhouettes adorned with coloured stones and white diamonds.

Into the Wild

Graff excels in producing dazzling diamonds, and its experienced master jewellers have once again cast its gemstones into an exquisite selection of settings for the Wild Flower collection. Stylish asymmetry defines this line, as do blossoming layers of white diamonds, which form pretty petals that wrap around the finger.

Style Matters

With three decades as a visionary businesswoman and creative director behind her, Cindy Yeung is known for her exquisite examples of art deco design, which prove that timeless style really does hold up over the years. Her latest Nuò by Cindy Yeung jewellery suites certainly don’t disappoint, and feature breathtaking examples of natural South Sea pearls, purple jade and black chalcedony.

Catching Comets

There’s no doubting Tasaki’s cool Comet ear cuffs deserve a place in your jewellery box this spring. This chic collection also includes earrings, necklaces and rings in an assortment of colourful golds, all of which come set with Akoya pearls.

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Made in Italy

To coincide with the launch of Buccellati: A Century of Timeless Beauty, an Assouline book that celebrates the 100th anniversary of Buccellati, the maison has unveiled new additions to its Ombelicali necklaces. Strung with chunks of pearl, jade, opal, coral, rock crystal and more, these elegant necklaces showcase Buccellati’s passion for the sort of craftsmanship dating back to the Italian Renaissance. The jeweller’s artisans are masters of ancient goldsmithing techniques, meaning nearly every piece is engraved.


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