The most dazzling diamond jewels of 2019

Featuring centre stage in a ring, cascading down the neck or in an ear cuff, here is our selection of the most outstanding diamond jewels of 2019. 

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  • Of the 50 jewels in the Chanel 1.5 collection, all of which feature a camellia, 23 or them are transformable such as this Rouge Incandescente necklace and brooch that can be worn five different ways.
  • A 2.77-carat fancy vivid yellow diamond beams out from the centre of the Piaget Rising Star ring. The yellow diamond is surrounded by dazzling rays of 46 marquise-cut and 34 brilliant-cut diamonds.
  • The Le Royaume necklace by Louis Vuitton is shaped like a gorget, or chain mail throat-protector, worn by knights in battle. The fine mesh is highly flexible and is set with 1,600 diamonds and sapphires and a 19.31 carat royal blue sapphire.
  • David Morris’ Cherry Blossom ear cuff (one of a pair) is a new addition to the Cherry Blossom jewellery collection launched in 2014. 
  • Lots 606, 607 and 608: A Karen Suen conch pearl cocktail ring (estimate: US$61,500-74,400), a versatile two-part ring by Paige Parker (estimate: US$33,300-41,000) and teardrop-shaped earrings by Sarah Ho (estimate: US$14,100-19,200). All are set with Argyle pink diamonds and part of Phillips’ Hong Kong sale.
  • Les Ciels de Chaumet Passages high jewellery necklace
     
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  • Bella Hadid in Tasaki earrings. Photo credit Darpan-Udas
     

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