The tiara has always inspired fascination. And while historically the headpiece was a symbol of grand aristocratic femininity, in the 21st century the tiara appears to have entered a new era.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: 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.
The new collection from Tiffany & Co. blends natural charm and industrial flair into fine jewellery creations.
The story of how a transformable piece of fine jewellery became an icon for the French maison.
A high jewellery collection of 60 animal pairs.
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.
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.
“Nature is the most perfect creation that exists on Earth”—so says Russian artist-jeweller Ilgiz Fazulzyanov on his design muse. But don’t expect his pieces to be mere replicas of Mother Nature.
For spring 2016, Victoire de Castellane, creative director of Dior Fine Jewellery, has released a nine-watch collection inspired by the carnival vibrancy of Christian Dior’s birthplace, the seaside village of Granville on France’s Normandy coast.