Boucheron

    As the first jeweler to open a boutique at the legendary Place Vendôme, Boucheron has a long history. It was one of the first jewelers to explore the faraway eastern and Indian destinations at the turn of the 19th century, which Frederic Boucheron translated into exotic and highly feminine jewelry for the royals around the world, including many great maharajas. Signature Style: Feminine and seductive designs with a distinctly French flair shown in highly decorative jewels including the house’s signature snakes, florals, and peacock feathers.

    The jewelry house Miseno is named for an ancient city said to magically bring joy to its residents…
    Davies takes an ancient Greek jewelry technique and makes it fresh and modern…
    Rough-cut diamonds give a fresh twist to the latest creations from De Beers…
    The designer crafted a collection of fine jewelry that is both timeless and cutting-edge…
    First popular during the 1920s, big, bold cocktail rings are making a comeback…
    Jewelers Alex Soldier, Coomi, Pasquale Bruni, and others are getting back in touch with nature…
    These designs dazzle with simple shapes presented in extravagant ways…
    Photo by Michael Oldford
    Assael’s diamond-and-rare-pearl jewelry depicts and aids endangered animals…
    The historically inspired necklace is part of Boucheron’s new Bleu de Jodhpur collection…
    The London jeweler employs rare fossilized wood to create her pieces…