Jewellery pieces play with the concept of asymmetry to stand out from the crowd

Find the beauty in the uneven glitter.

Chanel

The 5.7ct marquise-cut peridot resonates with leaves made of pear-cut aquamarines and fancy-cut green tourmalines – perfect for spring. Price on request

Chaumet

This tiara set with red spinels, rhodolite garnets, tourmalines and diamonds glitters in multiple forms. The two floral motifs can be worn as brooches and one of them can be attached to a necklace, HK$8.093 million

Chaumet’s Imperial Splendours puts history on show at Beijing’s Forbidden City

Graff

Draping chains of emeralds and diamonds are elegantly joined by a bow on one side of the necklace. Price on request

De Grisogono

The 18 ct white gold earrings set with diamonds and rubies play with the contrasting colours of the gemstones to create a modern statement. Price on request

Harry Winston

The centrepieces of the earrings are reversible to show either the white diamonds or the aquamarines and sapphires. Price on request

Van Cleef & Arpels

The sparkling emeralds, pink and white diamonds on the 18 ct gold necklace are complemented with an irregular silhouette. Price on request