Five necklaces to remember from 2019

Our selection of long, short, classical, colourful, extravagant, impressive necklaces, but each one designed to leave a lasting impression.

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  • Showing off both the maximum colour of the rubies as well as highly flexible, the Una masterpiece by Stenzhorn sits on the skin with the ease of fabric and the invisibly set rubies create a constant stream of bright red colour. 
  • Margot McKinney's Amethyst Pendant features an exceptional 153.33ct Amethyst  encircled by a rainbow of gemstones including diamonds,  peridot,  beryl,  tanzanite, aquamarine,  kunzite,  green tourmaline,  pink tourmaline, and rubellite with a detachable 25.10mm Australian South Sea Pearl Drop.
  • Pomellato's Brera rose gold choker with diamonds can be worn long as a sautoir-length necklace or short in a choker style as shown. 
  • The soaring glass domes of the Grand Palais are recreated in the Verriere necklace with an imaginary winter garden of lush emerald bead tassels from Boucheron's impressive Vu du 26 high jewellery collection. 
  • Worn as a very long brooch, like many of the pieces in the Vu du 26 collection the Boucheron Armoire necklace is transformable. The scrolls match the gilded moldings of one of the most impressive rooms in Boucheron’s headquarters that surround the 32.22-carat Imperial topaz.
  • Margot McKinney Peridot and Diamond cocktail ring
     
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  • Blade Runner earrings by Tomasz Donocik
     

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