Diamonds of all shapes and sizes are sure to make a statement
Petite Heure Minute Relief Snake
Featuring the King Cobra, a universal symbol of power, this limited-edition creation is available in red or grey gold. The grey diamond-set model features 309 gems on the case, buckle and dial - including on the snake's mouth and eyes.
The timeless Tank, a self-winding watch with the first movement produced by the Cartier Manufacture, is reimagined with an almost square-shaped dial. The large, masculine shape comes in variations including pink gold, diamond-set or skeletonised.
With six time zones and more than 2,500 diamonds, this high-jewellery creation sparkles from Hong Kong to New York. The statement piece was created by jeweller Andy Sogoyan, who debuted IceLink in 2007 and is known for his larger-than-life aesthetic.
Diamond MasterGraff Tourbillon
Combining gem-setting and watchmaking expertise, the latest offering from Graff has a radiating pattern of baguette-cut diamonds paired with a tourbillon-powered movement. More than 630 diamonds in 20 different shapes were used to create each piece.
Toric Quaestor Labyrinthe
Drawing design inspiration from the symbolic maze, this unique piece is crafted from precious Burmese jade and open-worked white gold plate with 52 internal angles. It also boasts a silent flywheel movement and minute repeater.