It’s time to turn heads and be the centre of attention. Whether it’s at a party or a gathering of the rich and famous, make everyone turn green with envy with these stunning pieces.
Set with a spectacular 5.31ct pear-shaped Zambian emerald, complemented by a cluster of diamonds, tourmalines and garnets, this necklace from Piaget’s Sunny Side of Life line is a show stealer.
Van Cleef & Arpels
The Grand Opus necklace is perfectly named. The three emeralds – two in the front, one at the back – are Colombian “old-mine” emeralds and weigh a total of 127.88ct. The stones are engraved with gadroon motifs, historically used for maharajas’ robes, which enhances the charm and elegance of the piece.
At the centre of the Emerald Heart necklace is a stunning heart-shaped 46ct Muzo emerald. The stone is gently cradled by 12 Brilliance of the Sun strands that drape around the collar in a gentle V shape.
Graff’s cabochon emerald and diamond necklace is set with a total of 199.82cts of Colombian emeralds and 100.88ct of diamonds. The star of the necklace is the 44.33ct cabochon emerald.
No less than 27 emeralds beads are strung together into three rows to dazzling effect. The Brazilian emeralds weigh over 73ct, while the diamonds are over 146ct.
Part of Chopard’s signature Red Carpet collection is the Green Carpet high-jewellery capsule collection that fuses high jewellery with sustainability. These earrings, featuring two pear-shaped Zambian emeralds, totalling 31.8ct and paired with diamonds, are set in fairmined white gold.
The latest high-jewellery collection from Cartier features mesmerising geometric lines and technical prowess. One such example is the dramatic cinetique bracelet, which stars a 40.68ct emerald, complemented with a series of smaller square emeralds, onyx and brilliant-cut diamonds.
The House of Gübelin finds inspiration in emeralds for its Ancient Patch Collection which includes this radiant white gold ring with a step-cut Colombia 2.34 ct and 22 brilliant-cut diamonds totalling 0,11ct.