The modern allure of classic jewellery and timepieces.
There’s nothing wrong with chocolates, roses, and prix fixe meals, but jewellery may just be the most resonant nonverbal expression of love you can buy.
Yellow gold is back in favour.
As this year’s awards approach and the style set bubbles with anticipation over who will wear what, we wonder if the sea-borne jewel will once again make a splash—and covet a coral-inspired pair of Mikimoto dazzlers ourselves.
We’re coveting the bold and the beautiful: the finest of jewellery.
WINTER WHITES: When the soft inner body of an oyster is exposed to a foreign object, like a grain of sand, the oyster secretes a substance called nacre. Over time, it encases the irritant in a silky crystalline coating. The result: a pearl.
Baselworld is absolutely fascinating for its all-encompassing display of the watch industry’s hold on the world, and jewellery is a bigger part of Baselworld as each year goes by.
Winter, spring, summer, fall—no matter what your favourite time of year, Mikimoto’s Four Seasons collection of nine one-of-a-kind, limited-edition pieces is bound to enchant.
Thirteen is a lucky number for Regalia, the latest jewellery collection from Mikimoto, which features just that many pearlescent pieces. For inspiration, the company’s master artisans spent two years poring over their rich and plentiful archives, studying seminal works in order to create new interpretations that alluded to the past.