Ask any woman and she’ll tell you how difficult accessorizing can be — especially without your favorite jewelry brands. Sometimes, a woman’s look just can’t be completed without that extra flair to accentuate and emphasize her outfit. Even the drabbest all-black ensemble can be amped up with a few sparkly pieces of jewelry. Aside from representing femininity and social status, women feel their best most often when wearing jewelry. From diamonds to pearls, there’s plenty of choices for you.
What Are The Top Jewelry Brands by Price Tag?
Renowned for excellence in creativity and state-of-the-art technology, the Maison has been famous for making jewelry and high-end watches. During red carpet events, celebrities and famous names often wear Chopard collections.
Japanese jewelry prides itself on making the finest jewelry, incorporating stunning, rare pearls such as South Sea pearls, pink conch pearls, Titian pearls, and many more. To add to its prestige, they only use 18 karat gold or platinum.
Fine Rome jewelry maker Bvlgari has been the go-to for celebrities during red carpet events. According to the house, their style adheres to the “original use of cabochon gemstones, yellow gold, an understated wearability for rare and precious stones, a predilection for sapphires and, last but not least, joyful colors achieved through the uninhibited use of both transparent and opaque gems of every imaginable kind.”
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Founded by Georges Piaget, the Swiss luxury brand has been producing top quality watches. With impressive designs, the brand has expanded to other countries to show their craftsmanship.
5. Tiffany & Co.
Almost synonymous to Audrey Hepburn’s movies, the Maison is famous for its luxury jewelry with dimensional designs that include whimsical patterns. They have also been making accessories for every occasion making Tiffany & Co. (and their famous boxes) a household name.
This Italian jewelry house only uses gold. In fact, it’s become their signature style, which includes cuff bracelets — but reinterprets them through lacy carvings, giving the cuffs a soft look, like a fabric from far away. Use of gems is also a major part of their design, making them a prominent option for the rich and famous.
7. Van Cleef & Arpels
A collaboration of Estelle Arpels and Alfred Van Cleef, the house is based in France. Their signature style is Old World elegance but incorporates ethereal and sometimes narrative elements in their design.
Cartier’s jewelry is the epitome of quality and design. When the jewelry house first launched in 1860, there was massive demand for their collections. The Duchess of Windsor even ordered their iconic Panther design, getting several pieces with the same motif. Her 6.5 bracelet made of onyx, diamond, and gold recently sold for just over $7 million. Cartier is also a world renowned watchmaker, using only the finest stones and precious metals, all set with precision.
9. Harry Winston
Considered as the most expensive and luxurious jewelry brand in the world, Harry Winston is the epitome of quality. Winston founded the company in 1932. Since then, they have been using only the finest and rarest stones in the world. Set with precision and craftsmanship, celebrities use their jewelry in red carpet events and famous gatherings. No wonder this is the most expensive jewelry brand in the world!
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Accessories, especially jewelry, have been synonymous with elegance and style ever since Egyptians and other civilizations ruled the world. Jewelry expresses status. But more than that, it beautifies and adds glamor. A lot of people say beauty is skin deep, but having some nice jewelry doesn’t hurt — especially if you have deep pockets.
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