April 2020: What's New In Jewellery

Hong Kong Tatler 發布於 2020年04月09日22:00 • Annie Darling

The world’s second-largest rough diamond is unveiled, Cindy Chao reaches yet another milestone, and Dior Joaillerie puts pen to paper

1/8 Cindy Chao The Art Jewel

Black Label Masterpiece I Ruby Butterfly Brooch by Cindy Chao The Art Jewel (Photo: Courtesy of Cindy Chao the Art Jewel)

Taiwanese jeweller Cindy Chao, who is celebrating her company’s 15th anniversary this year, has had her 2008 Black Label Masterpiece I Ruby Butterfly Brooch inducted into the permanent collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

See also: Cindy Chao On Her Family, Fame And Why She’ll Never Stop Making Jewellery

2/8 Louis Vuitton

Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton has unveiled its latest purchase: the world’s second-largest rough diamond, Sewelô. About the size of a tennis ball, the 1,785-carat blackened stone is the largest rough diamond ever found in Botswana and recently made its international debut at the brand’s Place Vendôme store in Paris.

3/8 Graff

Jewellery in yellow gold set with diamonds from the Inspired by Twombly collection by Graff (Photo: Courtesy of Graff)
Jewellery in white gold set with diamonds from the Inspired by Twombly collection by Graff (Photo: Courtesy of Graff)
Jewellery in white gold set with diamonds from the Inspired by Twombly collection by Graff (Photo: Courtesy of Graff)

Paying tribute to the late American artist Cy Twombly’s swirling calligraphy, Graff’s high jewellery collection Inspired by Twombly features glittering loops of diamonds that are handset by the maison’s master craftsmen and women.

See also: How To Clean Your Jewellery During The Coronavirus

4/8 Van Cleef & Arpels

Frivole 7-flower bracelet in yellow gold set with diamonds by Van Cleef & Arpels (Photo: Courtesy of Van Cleef & Arpels)

Frivole is a series dedicated to spring flowers, which Van Cleef & Arpels has expanded with a fresh crop of blossomy designs. Elegant and understated, eight new asymmetrical creations are offered with superimposed petals of polished gold.

See also: Chanel's J12 X-Ray Marks The Spot

5/8 De Beers

My First De Beers Clea Multi Diamond sautoir and earrings in rose gold set with diamonds by De Beers (Photo: Courtesy of De Beers)

Swap your classic jewellery in favour of rose gold pieces from the My First De Beers line. Five playful creations have been added to this collection to ensure you stay on trend this season.

6/8 Bulgari

Poncho in pink gold set with mother-of-pearl and diamonds by Bulgari (Photo: Graham Tooby)

Made in collaboration with the ruling United Arab Emirates royal family, Bulgari’s latest high jewellery collection, Jannah, is inspired by the five-petal flowers found on the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque’s marble ceilings.

7/8 John Hardy

Legends Naga Surya ring in rose gold set with an orange zircon, sapphires and diamonds by John Hardy (Photo: Courtesy of John Hardy)

Inspired by the brand’s Balinese roots, John Hardy’s spring collection celebrates Tahitian pearls, meandering chains and the majestic Indonesian Naga dragon. Stack slithers of silver and diamond-drenched yellow gold for maximum impact.

8/8 Dior Joaillerie

Bosquet de la Salle de Bal Émeraude necklace and brooch in platinum and gold by Dior Joaillerie (Photo: Courtesy of Dior Joaillerie)

A stunning homage to Dior Joaillerie’s talented creative director, The A to Z of Victoire de Castellane (published by Rizzoli) hits shelves on April 21 and includes hundreds of photographs and illustrations of the French house’s most exquisite jewellery creations.

See also: Meet Cara Delevingne, The New Face of Dior Joaillerie

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