The Italian fashion house draws on the mystical, primeval qualities of the talisman for its first-ever jewellery collection.
Known for its bold and colourful designs, New York jeweller David Webb is making its Canadian debut at Holt Renfrew in Vancouver with a special trunk show.
Measuring one inch wide by seven-eighths of an inch high, the stone is one of the world’s largest yellow diamonds and is, quite simply, breathtaking.
By hiding the watch’s dial under a jewelled cover, a secret watch can masquerade as a bracelet, so only the wearer knows that a time-telling brain lies beneath all that beauty.
The French maison adds two new lines to its Blossom jewellery collection.
A 30-year veteran of the luxury jewellery trade, the Virginia-born, New York-based designer aims to be the next international heritage brand.
This year’s Blue Book, themed The Art of the Wild, is one of the company’s last collections by former design director Francesca Amfitheatrof.
Forevermark’s latest collection brings the jewellery company back to its roots with a modern twist.
Fine jewellery undergoes a surrealist, pop-art treatment at the hands of Toronto interior designer–turned–jeweller Holly Dyment.