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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