5 Stunning Floral-Inspired Pieces Of Jewellery For Brides


February 6, 2018 | BY Karishma Tulsidas

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


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.

5 Stunning Floral-Inspired Pieces Of Jewellery For Brides

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

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

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

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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