Jewels by David Webb, Marco Bicego, Louis Vuitton, Chopard, Tiffany & Co,, Vhernier, and Boucheron
Photo: Composite by Juan Parra

7 Dazzling Jewels Inspired by Nature to Covet this Spring

See Galerie’s picks of spectacular gems from some of the world’s most glamorous brands

April showers bring May flowers, as the classic rhyme declares, and these beguiling gems elevate seasonal blooms to new heights. From a dazzling pair of Chopard diamond, tourmaline, and tanzanite earrings that made their debut at the recent Cannes Film Festival to a fantastical ring by Boucheron adorned with a massive pear-shaped aquamarine, these bijoux are sure to turn heads this spring.

1. Debuting at the Cannes Film Festival in May, the kaleidoscopic Chopard earrings featuring diamonds, tanzanites, Paraiba tourmalines, and amethysts are set in 18K white gold and titanium. Photo: Courtesy of Chopard
2. A refreshing, modern take on traditional blooms, this pair of stunning open drop earrings in platinum with diamonds and tanzanites from Tiffany & Co.’s Paper Flowers collection resemble deconstructed cut-out flowers, Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
3. Marco Bicego’s new Petali bracelet features 18K-yellow-gold flowers crafted with the brand’s signature etching technique with twinkling diamond centers. Photo: Courtesy of Marco Bicego
4. The sculptural Freccia bracelet by Vhernier, in 18K rose gold, turquoise, and rock crystal, is inspired by abstract petals. Photo: Courtesy of Vhernier
5. The parrot on Boucheron’s Nuri ring clutches a magnificent pear-shaped aquamarine. Its plumage is set with blue and yellow sapphires, tsavorites, and diamonds in white gold. Photo: Courtesy of Boucheron
6. Louis Vuitton’s iconic floral motif gets a modern update in the brand’s white-gold Blossom bracelet with chalcedonies, beryl, and diamonds. Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

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7. David Webb’s Blossom earrings feature carved sapphires, pink tourmaline drops, cabochon emeralds, and brilliant-cut diamonds. Photo: Courtesy of David Webb

A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2019 Summer Issue under the headline Garden Glory. Subscribe to the magazine.


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