Jewelry represents the most enduring expression of love and beauty.
Jewelry has long conveyed an everlasting symbol of love and beauty. Houses such as Cartier, Hermès, Tiffany & Co., and David Yurman have sculpted some of the most iconic and adorned pieces in the world.
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Deceptively simple in shape and design, Elsa Peretti’s masterful Open Heart Pendant puts a modernist spin on the immortal symbol for love. The pendant also embodies Peretti’s 40-year collaboration with America’s premiere jeweler.
Founded in 1847, this standard bearer of French bijouterie earned its sobriquet as the “Jeweler to Kings and the King of jewelers”” when King Edward the VII of England ordered 27 Cartier tiaras for his 1902 coronation. The House’s Love bracelet, designed in 1969 by Aldo Cipullo, was crafted to resemble the medieval tradition of the chastity belt. Highly desired, the Cartier Love series is gifted for all important occasions.
For 45-years, Van Cleef & Arpels' collection has endured as the iconic symbol of luck, good fortune and love. Inspired by nature, the four-leaf clover motif is carefully crafted in everything from mother-of-pearl to turquoise, onyx, malachite, bois d'amourette (wood) and diamonds — all of the utmost quality and luxury.
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