Statement chokers

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

  • 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.
  • 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

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