The Very Best of High Jewellery Pieces in 2019.

From Hollywood's celebrities to Italian love affair to the desert, medieval and animal figures were the inspirational guidance of 2019's exciting and vast high jewellery launches. It was a welcoming realm of Haute Joillerie, where extravagance and imagination knew no boundaries. The finest jewellery Maisons of the world showed off the best of their capabilities by creating not your typical fine jewellery but the precious pieces that belong to an exclusive world of luxury that call on to the highest level of quality and craftsmanship, available at prices that are equally thrilling. They have created by seeking from every possible source and giving form to the jewellery of our ultimate fantasies.

Discover the beauty of the coolest high jewellery collections presented by the most well-known jewellers, each is breathtaking, bursting with luscious hues and audacious clashes of diamonds, gems, gold and extraordinary artistry.

BOUCHERON

Boucheron’s High Jewelry creations are in line with Maison’s creative spirit and remain a light of the French excellence in jewellery. The collections characterise unique connections, combining inherited crafts and novelty, noble and unforeseen materials. Boucheron's every creation becomes a unique piece that regenerates the codes of High Jewelry and crafted in the workshop at 26, place Vendôme, Paris keeps its essence of High Jewellery.



PIAGET

Affluent and luxurious high jewellery house demonstrates the boundless magic of Piaget's high jewellery. Piaget demonstrates exceptional craftsmanship and passion for luxury jewellery. Piaget's high jewellery harbours marvels of creativity to the complement of whoever wears its rings, necklaces, earrings, pendant and bracelets. The house featured by a bold style of blending precious metals, pure gems and romantic lines, reveals all of the fantasy of the Maison. Piaget turns luxury jewellery pieces into masterworks of art by creating diamond jewellery that touches the peaks of craftsmanship. With enchanting allure, Piaget's diamond jewellery transcends personal style to fulfil the most extravagant dreams and desires.


A 2.77-carat fancy vivid yellow diamond beams out from the centre of the Piaget Rising Star ring. The yellow diamond is surrounded by dazzling rays of 46 marquise-cut and 34 brilliant-cut diamonds.



MARGOT MCKENNEY

The colour of queen Margot McKinney’s jewellery is inspired by the vibrant, exotic textures and colours that are so abundant in the natural world. Margot's exotic creations reflect the coral reefs teeming with life, rich Australian rainforests, the red dusty outback and deepest azure oceans. Australian based, Margot McKinney beats from a long family tradition of luxury retail, dating back to 1884. This heritage is evident in the unspoiled craftsmanship of her one-of-a-kind exclusive pieces.

For Margot, everything starts with choosing a source of a unique gem, a keen eye and discerning vision from the most important mines in the world. She fashions the ideal setting for the gem to shine at it's a most brilliant way, dangle gracefully around a neck or sparkling from an ear or wrist. Margot's jewellery pieces have been favoured by public figures, including influential people in the world of business and politics, together with A-list Hollywood stars. Her jewels have brilliantly shined the carpets, from the Oscars to Cannes and Monaco, and been worn by celebrities.


A stunning showcase collection of Margot McKinney’s rarest and most coveted pieces. These gems are truly exceptional.



BULGARI

These jewels combine Italian opulence with wit and vibrance, recalling not just the bedazzling pieces paraded by Hollywood stars on red carpets but also icons from cinematic history – as seen in this charming celluloid film-inspired necklace. It’s rare to see such elements of a quirk in high jewellery – the ultimate statements of luxury – and Bvlgari uses them with the kind of panache that it owns exclusively.

Lights, camera, action! The film industry and high jewellery share many connections, among them drama and glamour, which is why Bvlgari has made the silver screen its source of inspiration for the Cinemagia high jewellery collection.

These jewels combine Italian opulence with wit and vibrance, recalling not just the bedazzling pieces paraded by Hollywood stars on red carpets but also icons from cinematic history – as seen in this charming celluloid film-inspired necklace. It’s rare to see such elements of a quirk in high jewellery – the ultimate statements of luxury – and Bvlgari uses them with the kind of panache that it owns exclusively.


The charming celluloid film-inspired necklace. The ultimate statements of luxury, Bulgari uses them with the kind of panache that it owns exclusively.



LOUISE VUITTON


LV, (Louise Vuitton) has introduced jewellery in 2004 and has since been creating High Jewelry pieces with exclusive and one-of-a-kind designs featuring exceptional craftsmanship and unique and extraordinary stones. LV presents an annual jewellery collection and this year’s High Jewelry collection was called Riders of the Knights and was inspired, according to Vuitton, by “lands of legends and audacity.” It explores Medieval heroines. With this new collection, the House pays tribute to the powerful vision that impelled so many medieval heroines to transcend their limitations and forge their own destiny. These women made a lasting mark on the man’s world they inhabited, shaping their fate.


The Le Royaume necklace by Louis Vuitton is shaped like a gorget, or chain mail throat-protector, worn by knights in battle. The fine mesh is highly flexible and is set with 1,600 diamonds and sapphires and a 19.31-carat royal blue sapphire.

Discover the beauty of the coolest high jewellery collections presented by the most well-known jewellers, each is breathtaking, bursting with luscious hues and audacious clashes of diamonds, gems, gold and extraordinary artistry.