Taking the Olympic Games as inspiration, we find golden pieces to make everyone feel like a winner.
No discussion of gold jewellery is complete without mentioning Wellendorff, a house that has mastered the art of spinning gold threads and that calls the rope necklace its signature. The Shooting Star is made from coils of 18k gold wire, loosely interwoven, and decorated with 33 hand-picked diamonds that sparkle with every subtle gesture.
Inspired by the Le Régent diamond, Chaumet's Joséphine Éclat Floral collection is simple, yet graceful, and the perfect accessory for discerning young women. This particular pair, in pink gold and set with brilliant-cut diamonds, is the perfect, easy-to-wear accessory that can be worn day and night.
Cartier’s Pierre Rainero, the director of image, style and heritage, said the house wanted something luminous, something with joie de vivre, when composing a new collection based on stylised images of the desert cactus. The Cactus de Cartier necklace features four rows of 18k yellow gold beads dotted with green emeralds and diamonds.
Crafted in Bali, this exquisite Bamboo Dome ring by John Hardy in 18k gold and diamond pavé is inspired by bamboo, and makes an elegant addition to any woman’s wardrobe. The brand celebrates its respect for the environment and gives back to the community by planting bamboo seedlings with each purchase.