Statement chokers

Dressed up or down, the return of the 90s choker means that neck-hugging necklaces are top of every fashionista's list.

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  • Lightweight and amazingly flexible, Marco Bicego’s three-strand Masai choker (£14,600) was handcrafted using Marco’s signature “coil” technique. Engineered to sit like a second skin on the body, thin wires of 18 carat yellow gold are wrapped around to create slinky spirals.
  • NIRAV MODI’s Embrace choker (£36,000) gives off a wonderfully warm glow thanks to the pairing of pink diamonds and rose gold. Each section is made up of thousands of moving parts, assembled painstakingly by hand to ensure smooth movement.
  • A Tiffany classic, the Bow collection has been given an overhaul to give the new jewels a more lifelike feel. In this chic update, a casually tied ribbon, dotted with diamonds, rests comfortably on the collarbone, attached to an open choker in white gold (£8,975).
  • This Legends of Africa necklace (POA) from Bond Street’s VANLELES descends deep into the décolletage. Created in collaboration with Gemfields, it is bedecked in 29.82 carats of emeralds from Zambia – a mix of smooth cabochons, round brilliants and pear shapes.
  • Greek jeweller Nikos Koulis has nailed the choker revival with this effortlessly cool design from the Yesterday collection (£2,400). Set with a luminous emerald surrounded by diamonds, it will go with practically anything. 
  • Cactus de Cartier emerald and carnelian ring
     
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  • Tiffany Bird on a Rock amethyst brooch
     

The Jewellery Editor is for sale

Help us make the future bright

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.

Entirely funded, owned and run by Christine and Maria in London, we are now looking to sell The Jewellery Editor so that it can continue to grow in the hands of a different owner. As e-commerce becomes a priority in our industry, we believe there is huge potential for engaging editorial content and are seeking a buyer who shares our values and passion so that under their guidance we can give a bright future to the platform.

We can’t commit to financing the website for much longer so if we don’t manage to initiate any meaningful conversations in the next few weeks, the website will be frozen on 1st April 2018. If and when we find a suitable partner we will revive it and take it to the next stage.

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Alternatively, if you are willing to help, you can donate so that in the meantime, we can continue to publish more interesting content.

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