Valentine’s Day marks one of two occasions where you’re expected to prove your love with diamonds, and nothing less.
The other being the day you propose, of course, but if that’s not what your intentions are this February, then this is the guide for you.
There are many considerations to make when choosing jewellery for a loved one: Does she like flowers? Or do her tastes lean towards more geometric forms? Is she into classic designs, or more wearable, contemporary styles? Does she like her jewels bold and bright, or does she prefer a subtle sparkle?
In our selection below, we run the gamut of dazzling rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets from luxury jewellers that your other half could possibly want. Whether you’re looking to surprise her with a shining ring that celebrates the length of your coupledom, or adorn her neck with a pendant that symbolises the tenets of a lasting relationship, you’ll surely spot something to steal her heart with on February 14.
Header image courtesy of Chopard
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What better way to mark the years you’ve shared with your loved one than with the Tiffany & Co Atlas X collection? The new line is an update to the 1995 Atlas collection, which heavily featured Roman numerals — a nod to the iconic clock that sits atop the jeweller’s Fifth Avenue flagship. This Atlas X ring is made of the universally flattering rose gold, and set with over 230 pavé diamonds in an intricate honeycomb pattern. It’s stunning on its own, but the Atlas X collection offers other sparkling rings to stack it with if you should choose to spoil your sweetheart.
Available at Tiffany & Co boutiques
The natural world is one that Van Cleef & Arpels is very familiar with; the French jeweller often draws inspiration from plants and flowers for its dazzling designs. For this Perlée Clovers bracelet, the four-leaf clover is chosen as the adorning motif. A rose gold creation may bring good luck to its recipient’s way, but more importantly, it will decorate wrists with mesmerising diamonds and delicate, polished beads.
Available at Van Cleef & Arpels boutiques
Is there anyone who would turn down a rose? Especially if it’s diamond-adorned like these Piaget earrings. 70 brilliant-cut gems are set upon rose gold pair and beautifully highlights the modern, minimalistic interpretation of Piaget’s iconic floral motif. With the updated design, the earrings can be worn beyond special occasions, enchantingly dazzling.
HK$47,500 at Piaget
At the centre of this necklace is Cartier’s famous Trinity ring, made with three bands elegantly intertwined with each other. The yellow gold one symbolises fidelity, the white gold signifies friendship and the rose gold band is reserved for love. All three represent the ingredients of an enduring relationship, and if that’s what you’d like to cherish and celebrate this Valentine’s Day, hesitate no longer about getting this necklace.
HK$30,000 at Cartier
Good things come in pairs, and that aphorism could not be truer for these Bulgari couple rings. With them, you and your beau will show the world how perfectly in sync you both are. The set features the Italian jeweller’s iconic B.zero1 ring, and its newer iteration, the B.Zero1 Rock. Both come in 18k yellow gold, but the latter features bold studs and is encircled by pavé diamonds. Reserve that one for whoever is more daring between the two of you.
HK$55,900 for B.zero1 Rock with diamonds; HK$19,100 for B.zero1 at Bulgari
‘Jeux de Liens’ translating to ‘ties that bind, is what Chaumet’s most romantic collection celebrates. The French jeweller has unveiled new designs to emphasise that special connection you share with your significant other, including this rose gold bracelet. Its medallion is made with precious diamonds and carnelian — a stone that’s will aptly proclaim your affections. Make this gift that much more special with a personalised name, memorable date or a sweet personal message.
Available at Chaumet boutiques
Chopard’s Happy Hearts collection is a V-Day favourite for obvious reasons. But its newest additions, made in collaboration with the Naked Heart Foundation, are even more special: a portion of their proceeds will go to supporting children with special needs. A reminder of a good deed is just one of the many allures of this white gold Happy Hearts bangle, which features a pink mother-of-pearl heart beside a smaller, diamond-studded one.
Available at Chopard boutiques
Why get her flowers when you can get her Louis Vuitton’s B Blossom earrings? The yellow and white gold pair feature the blooms of the French brand’s iconic monogram, with each of their petals highlighted by a dazzling diamond. They stand out even more against the red gleam of the cornelian stones, which make the earrings perfect for any woman with a bold sense of style.
HK$53,500 at Louis Vuitton