Most popular Instagram posts in February

From an unusual, undulating opal to a huge, almost spherical Burmese sapphire, discover the jewels that lit up our Instagram feed last month.

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  • Our Instagram followers couldn't resist Margot McKinney’s impressive baroque pearls. These subtly mismatched Bliss earrings, set with graduated multi-coloured sapphires, were our fifth most-liked post in February ($19,500).
  • Fourth in our most-popular February posts on Instagram, the unusual petrol-blue colour of the tourmaline in Lorenz Baumer’s Oasis ring, shot from two different angles, made a big impression on our followers (€49,000).
  • Unusually, the 64.55ct Burmese sapphire in David Morris’ one-of-a-kind ring is cut into a full cabochon, making it almost spherical. Shot at the jeweller’s new boutique in Paris, it was our third most popular Instagram post in February (POA). 
  • Our second most-liked post on Instagram this February was Lydia Courteille’s writhing ring starring an out-of-this-world baroque opal. Our photographer Amy captured its natural iridescence beautifully at Lydia’s boutique in Paris (€22,000).
  • Chaumet’s delightfully feminine, Marie Antoinette-inspired Insolence bracelet, which captures the look of a freshly tied ribbon in diamonds, white and rose gold, was our most popular post on Instagram in February with 1,044 likes (POA). 
  • Diane Kruger in Messika jewellery at the Vanity Fair Oscars party 2017
     
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  • Giorgio Vigna brooches
     

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Since founding The Jewellery Editor in 2010, we have grown our digital magazine to be the number one global source of information and inspiration for fine jewellery and luxury watches.

3,500 articles, 150 videos and a reach of over 2 million per month on social media later, we have offered unparalleled and highly respected coverage of our sector. However, despite our editorial success, we are financially struggling as an independent publisher.

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