No Products in the Cart
Jewelry has accompanied humanity since the dawn of civilization. From simple ornaments carved from bone to elaborate jeweled pieces with metals and precious stones, accessories have symbolized status, beauty, and love. In this journey through some of the most iconic and classic jewels, we will discover fascinating stories and tips for wearing these timeless pieces.
The Solitaire Engagement Ring The origin of the engagement ring dates back to the Middle Ages, when it denoted an agreement between two families. However, it was not until the late 19th century that the solitaire diamond became popular following an advertising campaign that promoted it as "a gift that will last forever." Today, this iconic minimalist design continues to represent the promise of love and fidelity.
When choosing "the" piece, pay attention to the cut, clarity, color, and carats. An ideal diamond will have a lot of reflected light for maximum brilliance. Experts recommend investing in the best quality you can afford—it will last a lifetime!
The distinctive hallmark of the eternity ring is its continuous band design, jeweled without a beginning or end, revolutionary when De Beers introduced it in the 60s. The inspiration came from the growing popularity of linear eternal diamond bracelets.
Traditionally in platinum, these tight-set eternity rings feature identical-sized diamonds for uninterrupted sparkle around the finger. Other versions incorporate colored gems like sapphires, emeralds, or rubies.
Recently, wider options with larger diamonds for a more dramatic effect have emerged. Whether day or night, an eternity ring on your left hand declares your devotion and celebrates the continuation of wonderful moments to come.
Pearl Necklaces Coveted historically in Rome, Egypt, China, and among European royalty, pearls have denoted wealth and feminine distinction for millennia. The earliest pearl necklaces consisted of beads sewn onto a string. Today, they star in modern and avant-garde designs, perfectly adapting to contemporary looks.
Unlike cultured or imitation pearls, natural pearls form spontaneously in freshwater or saltwater oysters and clams. They have a magical iridescence that captivates at first sight. Whatever your budget, don't hesitate to add a piece with pearls to your jewelry box!
Hoop Earrings From the circular earrings of ancient Egypt to the bohemian hoops of the 60s, few silhouettes are as versatile and flattering as hoop earrings. For daytime looks, choose small pieces in yellow or white gold with a discreet diamond. At night, make a statement with larger, jeweled silver designs.
Celebrities are obsessed with this chameleonic piece that enhances features and never goes out of style. What are you waiting for to find the perfect pair?
The first pocket watches emerged in the 16th century. It was not until the early 20th century that the wristwatch design became popular, originally among feminist heroines seeking independence from the home. Quickly, it became an indispensable item and a symbol of the era's dynamism.
Today, collecting antique watches is a rising hobby. Although it requires significant investments, historical watch models like Cartier, Rolex, or Patek Philippe are also valued as art objects. For those looking for nostalgic pieces at more affordable prices, beautifully restored vintage watches are available.
Shine and Functionality Originally designed for athletes to check the time during games without hindering their performance, the iconic tennis bracelet crossed the courts to become a fashionista staple. It is often worn stacked with other pieces in a very fashionable eclectic mix.
The variety of designs is endless, from charms with initials to intricate patterns. Choose from gold, silver, leather, or silicone, with stone inlays if desired. This fun and eye-catching bracelet will enhance any outfit.
The cameo brooch requires unique artisanal precision to sculpt figures and images in relief. They originated in Ancient Greece, depicting profiles of nymphs and goddesses. The Renaissance popularized it among European royalty to denote sophistication.
Over the centuries, artists have portrayed mythological scenes, bucolic landscapes, and noble portraits. Themes range from Roman cameos in brown shells with ivory figures to Victorian pieces in onyx and agate.
Whether in a Victorian brooch with jeweled inlays or a modern minimalist design, the cameo adds nostalgia and craftsmanship to any outfit. Place it on lapels, collars, or blouse cuffs for a distinguished retro touch.
Luxurious and extravagant, cocktail rings are meant to capture attention. They emerged in the jazz and glamour era of the 20s, when European royalty and movie stars sought bolder, more dramatic pieces for evening events.
Their main feature is vibrant precious stones like emeralds, sapphires, rubies, or opals, set in intricate designs in gold or platinum. The best cocktail rings have a prominent center of a valuable gem, with diamonds or other gems bordering the central piece.
Dare to play with color and scale by mixing a large cocktail ring with fine pieces to create interesting contrasts. Let a design in blue tones or a maxi emerald ring dazzle at your next event.
The gold chain holds a guaranteed place among the timeless pieces of any jewelry box for its versatility as a blank canvas. Yellow, white, or rose gold lends itself to thick or ultra-thin links.
Options vary from a classic cable chain, popular Greek Series links, to intricate designs with patterns. Play with different lengths to enhance necklines, or wear it waist-high as a choker.
Combine with personalized charms like initials, astrological symbols, or religious icons for a personal touch. Let a gold chain instantly elevate your casual outfits.
The interlocking link bracelet is an organic and sculptural piece, almost reminiscent of a modern art piece. Its seamless, fluid design makes it especially comfortable to wear. The large, thick links instantly add presence to any look.
This bracelet has deep cultural roots, from the bracelets of Roman warriors symbolizing bravery, to elaborate gold designs from ancient Egypt denoting power. Today, it is considered a feminine staple for day or night looks.
The contrast of golden metal against the skin is especially flattering. Choose from warm tones like yellow gold, the intense white of platinum, or the romantic glow of rose gold. The wide links have a sculptural effect.
Inspired by the arms of chandeliers, chandelier earrings are the epitome of glamour. They emerged in the 18th century, reserved for royalty, who sought more elaborate and dramatic pieces to highlight their elegant attire.
What makes them special is the careful craftsmanship in joining precious metals and joints to create a "waterfall" of jewels, often with gems falling in layers, reflecting light. They are ideal for gala dresses and red carpet looks.
From minimalist designs to mega chandelier earrings with extravagant curls and ruffles, this style instantly draws all eyes to your face. Choose a pair that complements your personality, and dazzle them!
The graduated bead or pearl necklace, which progresses in size downward, is surprisingly modern and streamlined, despite its ancient African tribal roots. It was Coco Chanel who updated it in the 20s, turning it into an iconic emblem.
Unlike a rivière necklace with identical pearls, in this design, each bead subtly varies in size, creating a unique visual effect. Wear it over strapless dresses or simple shirts to elevate any look. This necklace elongates the neck and frames the face very flatteringly.
The signet ring has a distinctive design: a round or oval head, often adorned with a gem, where a symbol, heraldic shield, or initials are engraved. Traditionally used to stamp wax and seal correspondence, it evolved as a distinctive piece of jewelry.
Historically worn by men, this "signet ring" denoted authority and authenticity. Today, both gentlemen and ladies incorporate it for its unique symbolism, or to elegantly mark stationery and objects with their initials.
While there are more modest options, signet rings were generally crafted in gold, often accompanied by a diamond or another gem. This piece adds an air of mystery and power effortlessly.
Although cufflinks have a practical function to fasten shirt cuffs, they have become a means to personalize our sartorial style. From designs with precious stones, to thematic options featuring comic book characters, movies, zodiac signs, or classic sailor knots, cufflinks showcase your individuality.
Tradition dictates identical cufflinks in coordinated metals. But trends point to asymmetrical combinations. If you have several pairs, mix them in contrast—one of each—to create your own style. Even small brooches or vintage tie pins can have a second life as cufflinks.
In both formal meetings and casual events, interesting cufflinks instantly generate conversation and connection.
Pendant with interior space to keep precious moments close to the heart, is another ancient piece that has transcended as a sentimental jewel. Originally, they were medieval religious reliquaries, later holding memories of loved ones like locks of hair in the Victorian era.
Today, lockets are engraved with meaningful messages, names, or important dates. Alternatively, mini photographs of special people are inserted. Whether in gold, silver, or pearls, a locket is a very personal gift or self-gift with a powerful message of love.