What could be better than a stunning piece of jewellery? Well, how about a piece of jewellery that is not only stunning, but eternally classic too. Well, with that in mind, we give you five of the finest, and most iconic pieces of all time.
Cartier LOVE Bracelet
Worn by everyone from supermodels to society queens, the Cartier LOVE bracelet stands out for its eternal chic. Designed in 1970, this stunning bracelet is more than just a pretty face, with it signifying an eternal love. A romantic statement indeed, it's also available in gold, rose gold, silver and even adorned with diamonds or just plain and pretty.
Tiffany & Co. Yellow Diamond Collection
When you think about timeless beauty, Tiffany is surely first in your mind. Well, nothing is more timeless, or more beautiful, than their Yellow Diamond Collection. A flagship of the brand since 1877, each of their stunningly rare yellow diamonds are hand-picked by their master gemologists for their sheer quality and perfection.
Chopard Animal World Collection
Designed to celebrate the legendary brands 150 year anniversary, the Animal World Collection, part of the high-jewellery collection, is a celebration of all that is luxe and lovely. With the likes of sapphires, amethysts, tourmalines, not to mention diamonds, adorning the collection, it's as eye-catching as it classic.
Harry Winston Cluster Collection
Harry Winston once famously said that if he could attach diamonds onto a woman's skin, he would. Well, as that wasn't possible, he created the Cluster Collection instead. Based on Winston himself's belief that it should be the diamond that dictates the design, the Cluster Collection is a series of stunning, almost three-dimensional sculptures, for which the famed jewellery house is so well-known.
Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra Collection
When you think of Van Cleef & Arpels, Alhambra is surely the first thing that pops into your mind. As distinctive as it is glorious, the collection was first created in 1968 as a symbol of good luck. Now available in a marvellous medley of colours, including limited-edition hues, this has to be one of the most iconic collections of all time.