Luxury diamond jewellery for your wedding day and beyond

We take a look at some of the top diamond houses that specialise in timeless bridal jewellery designed to weather changing fashions.

De Beers Aria high jewellery bracelet set with brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds surrounding a central brilliant-cut diamond.

Trends may come and go, but a classic diamond jewel will never date. Timeless diamond bridal jewellery will not only look stunning on your wedding day but are pieces to be treasured for the rest of your life.

De Beers first coined the slogan 'A Diamond is Forever' back in 1947, and judging by the jeweller's new Aria collection, that statement still rings true today.  

Each Aria jewel features a central diamond encircled by swirling gold ribbons, either mirror-polished or set with diamonds. The effect is mesmerising as the surrounding arcs create a halo of light around the all-important central stone.

Known as the "jeweller of light", De Beers wanted to create a collection that radiates lightness and airiness with a spontaneous and contemporary feel. Encompassing a plethora of designs, from delicate ear studs to dramatic high jewellery necklaces, these luxury diamond jewels with a wide range of price points mean that each bride can create her own signature look.  

Inspired by the entrancing power of music, the Rhythm collection from Graff maximises the sparkle of white diamonds with a combination of marquise, pear, emerald and brilliant-cut gemstones. Using the jeweller's famous invisible setting, each diamond comes to the forefront in jewels that appear to dance with the movements of the wearer.

Once again, brides are spoilt for choice with a collection that consists of earrings, bracelets, cuffs and necklaces ranging from 5.56 to nearly 150 carats. And for those who fancy pushing the boundaries of 'classic' on their wedding day, there is the option of choosing pieces that incorporate coloured gems such as rubies, sapphires and emeralds.

Delicate diamond jewels will enhance rather than overpower your bridal gown and are timeless pieces that you will reach for again and again in years to come. With the Diamond Loop collection, the House of Harry Winston takes a fresh approach to the signature teardrop motif that has featured in the jeweller's collections since 1932. Intricately detailed and feminine, the necklaces, bracelet, earrings and rings are all handcrafted in platinum and set with diamonds.

The annual Blue Book collection from Tiffany & Co. is always a sight to behold and should be the first port of call for any bride looking for a classic statement piece of diamond jewellery for their wedding day. The stunning and dramatic diamond drape necklace, for instance, would transform a strapless dress.  Evoking the glamorous 1930s, more than 140 carats of rose-cut marquise and round brilliant diamonds are set into a necklace that drapes around the neck with fluidity and grace.  

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