5 Stunning Floral-Inspired Pieces Of Jewellery For Brides

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February 6, 2018 | BY Karishma Tulsidas

This is one precious bouquet the bride won’t want to toss.

Chaumet
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Autumn melody 

For its 2017 high jewellery collection, Chaumet travelled the world to seek inspiration from different opera houses—the Rhapsodie Transatlantique chapter derives inspiration from New York’s Metropolitan Opera. Here, a vibrant 29.77-carat morganite, 23.38-carat chrysoberyl, 12.87-carat imperial topaz, 12.21-carat pink tourmaline and 10.58-carat tanzanite emulate the colours of the Indian summer.

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5 Stunning Floral-Inspired Pieces Of Jewellery For Brides
Cartier
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Garden variety 

Inspired by the magic of design, Cartier proclaims its fondness for nature with the Mandragore earrings from its Magicien collection, where a fanciful bloom of mandrake flowers comes alive on the earlobes in an explosion of diamonds and tsavorite garnets. 

Van Cleef & Arpels
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Sweet & tender 

How much does he love you? Passionately, madly, infinitely? This whimsical Marguerite d’Amour brooch from Van Cleef & Arpels is a riff on the “he loves me, he loves me not” petal game, and only reveals its secret when you turn the diamond-studded petal over. 

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5 Stunning Floral-Inspired Pieces Of Jewellery For Brides
Tiffany & Co
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Call of the wild 

From Tiffany & Co’s 2017 Blue Book collection are these Budding Beauty earrings, which heave under the weight of white and yellow diamonds, and two spessartites. Resembling petals, the finely articulated pieces flutter ever-so-slightly with your every move.

Harry Winston
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Blossoming beauty 

In the Harry Winston garden of jewels blooms the Forget-Me-Not, featuring a medley of marquise- and pear-cut diamonds that resemble the collection’s namesake flower. If a flower can convey a single emotion, the Forget-Me-Note speaks volumes of your affection. 

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