Puttin’ on the Ritz: Fine Jewellery for the Festive Season

Whether dreaming of a white diamond Christmas or a colour-loaded cocktail ring, be inspired by our edit of the absolute finest fine jewellery to give and receive this Christmas, from dainty entry-level diamonds to blow-the-budget jewels  

Deck the halls with diamonds, gemstones and pearls

Bulgari Fiorever 

Bulgari Fiorever is a joyful 24-piece collection inspired by the four-petal Fiore flower. While the Italian jeweller has long been crafting jewellery influenced by nature, this is the first one to exclusively use colourless diamonds, while retaining a heady, inimitable dose of Italian glamour. 

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Cactus de Cartier 

Since launching in 2016, the exquisitely prickly Cartier collection has gained cult status for its bold and decorative cocktail rings, pendants and swinging earrings. Sculptural, conversation-starting pieces are embellished with diamonds and glowing gemstones, designed to bring out your wild side. 

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Chopard Happy Hearts 

Up your wrist game with Chopard's Happy Hearts collection of fine jewellery and watches, beautifully crafted from 100% ethical gold and made for a modern romantic.

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Anissa Kermiche

Paris-born Anissa Kermiche creates unique, exuberant fine jewellery, which beautifully celebrates the female form. The sculptural necklace pictured below has been created in honour of the woman who initiated the French Revolution, referred to as ‘Les Mères de la Nation’. 

£560, matchesfashion.com

Chanel Coco Crush 

Keira Knightly fronts the campaign for Chanel's versatile Coco Crush collection, which takes its cue from the brand's signature quilted motif. Chanel encourages "rings on every finger; every bracelet on one wrist. Wear Coco Crush however you choose."  

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Winston Candy 

Harry Winston has launched a collection of deliciously decadent, one-of-a-kind cocktail rings. These precious pieces deliver steal-scening glamour with the flick of a finger, resplendent with rare gemstones and diamonds.

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