Here’s What’s New In the Realm of Haute Jewellery and Accessories


Georg Jensen X Stine Goya Daisy necklace and earrings. | COURTESY OF GORG JENSEN

From the growth of Bulgari’s Serpenti universe, to an opulent new Hardy Brothers selection, BAZAAR rounds up what’s new in the globe of haute equipment.

Sensation fine 

Established in 1853, Hardy Brothers is Australia’s oldest regularly functioning fantastic-jeweller (and the Southern Hemisphere’s only high-quality-jeweller to hold the Royal Warrant). To coincide with the grand opening of its smooth new flagship at 60 Castlereagh Street, Sydney — which options a Vault for non-public viewings — the business has produced a new Superior Jewellery Vault Assortment. That includes yellow and white diamonds, items incorporate a 22.23-carat necklace, a 6.02-carat ring and a pair of earrings (pictured down below) weighing 5.40 carats. 

5.40 carats earrings from Hardy Brothers’ Substantial Jewelry Vault Assortment | COURTESY

Snake charmer 

Elizabeth Taylor famously wore an early prototype of Bulgari’s Serpenti view in a 1962 publicity shot on the Italian set of Cleopatra, nevertheless serpent motifs and the Roman jeweller go back again even even more, to the 1940s. A person of the hottest additions to the Serpenti universe is the Serpenti Without end mini jewelry box bag, which takes its inspiration from a silver jewellery box from the Bulgari Heritage selection and features a connoisseur chain strap with compact heritage snakeheads and two heritage snakehead zip pulls. 

Bulgari’s Serpenti For good mini jewelry box bag | PIERRE TOUSSAINT / BULGARI

Natural wonders 

From June 16 to September 4, French jeweller Chaumet will co-existing an exhibition at the Beaux Arts de Paris called Végétal – L’École de la Beauté. Celebrating the magnificence of nature and curated by French botanist Marc Jeanson, the clearly show capabilities some 400 paintings, sculptures, textiles, photographic operates, and home furnishings and jewellery pieces on bank loan from 70 museums, foundations, galleries and private collectors. It includes 80 items of jewelry from Chaumet, which has an archive that dates back to 1780.  

Chaumet White Water Lily bracelet in silver, gold, diamonds, enamel and all-natural pearls, by Jean-Baptiste Fossin, circa 1830 | COURTESY

Contemporary daisies

The Georg Jensen jewellery firm is a countrywide treasure in its indigenous Denmark. Pieces from its Daisy collection — encouraged by a daisy-formed brooch gifted to Queen Margrethe II on her start in 1940 — have been shared by generations of gals. The hottest Daisy choose: a collaboration with Copenhagen fashion designer Stine Goya on a collection of sterling silver necklaces, earrings and bracelets enamelled in pastel shades. With Goya’s model a favorite of Denmark’s queen consort-in-ready, Crown Princess Mary, it is a superior suit. 

Georg Jensen X Stine Goya Daisy earrings | COURTESY OF GEORG JENSEN

This short article initially appeared in the June/ July problem of Harper’s BAZAAR Australia/New Zealand. Get your duplicate here.


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