The Bulgari Giardini Italiani pendant necklace in diamonds and emeralds, featuring a 6.32ct emerald centrepiece
The Bulgari Giardini Italiani pendant necklace in diamonds and emeralds, featuring a 6.32ct emerald centrepiece

Bulgari, the master of coloured gemstones, is arguably Italy’s best-known jeweller, and its designs are often inspired by Bulgari’s home  town of Rome. Unapologetically bold, Bulgari jewellery shines with colour, and collections are immediately recognisable by the presence of emeralds, sapphires, and rubies alongside sparkling diamonds, with its high jewellery pieces often featuring Bulgari’s signature cabochon gemstones.


Diamond and sapphire pendant from the Graff Diamonds Sunburst Collection
Diamond and sapphire pendant from the Graff Diamonds Sunburst Collection
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Graff Diamonds is arguably the most famous London-based jewellery house. Graff is involved in every stage of the  jewellery making process — from the sourcing of each rough stone through to the cutting, polishing, and final setting of each exquisite jewel. Graff has 50 stores around the world, including its flagship Africa boutique on the Delaire Graff wine estate in Stellenbosch.
Throughout its rich history, Graff is said to have handled more diamonds of rarity, magnitude, and distinction than any other jeweller.


Impératrice ruby tassel pendant, featuring round rubies, round white diamonds, and ruby beads, set in 18k white gold
Impératrice ruby tassel pendant, featuring round rubies, round white diamonds, and ruby beads, set in 18k white gold
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Fabergé, founded in 1842, is known for its heritage as the official jeweller to the Russian Imperial Court, and as the name behind those lavishly embellished Imperial Easter eggs. Today, Fabergé continues to work with the world’s finest coloured gemstones to create unique and original designs, as well as award-winning jewelled timepieces.


Diamond cuff by jewellery designer Jade Trau, featuring a 12.06ct Forevermark Exceptional Diamond
Diamond cuff by jewellery designer Jade Trau, featuring a 12.06ct Forevermark Exceptional Diamond
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Forevermark is the diamond brand from the De Beers Group of Companies,
and red carpet stars have consistently showcased the sparkling glamour that
comes with more than 127 years of diamond expertise. Every Forevermark diamond carries a unique inscription that is an assurance it meets exceptional standards of beauty and rarity, and is responsibly sourced. Less than 1% of the world’s diamonds carry this unique microscopic inscription, which is 1/5000th
the width of a human hair.


18k gold earrings with black diamonds and white pearls, Shemer
18k gold earrings with black diamonds and white pearls, Shemer
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18ct yellow diamond and rose cut sapphire ring, Elegance Jewellers
18ct yellow diamond and rose cut sapphire ring, Elegance Jewellers
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Four-claw handcrafted solitaire diamond ring, set with a 16ct radiant cut diamond in 18k rose and white gold, Charles Greig
Four-claw handcrafted solitaire diamond ring, set with a 16ct radiant cut diamond in 18k rose and white gold, Charles Greig
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Intense fancy yellow 4.8ct diamond ring in 18k yellow gold, flanked by two 1ct D colour diamonds set in platinum, Shimansky
Intense fancy yellow 4.8ct diamond ring in 18k yellow gold, flanked by two 1ct D colour diamonds set in platinum, Shimansky
Image: Malcolm Dare

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