Flowers of all forms adorn rings, brooches, necklaces, bracelets and earrings, possibly the most common motif in the repertoire of any jewellery designer, enjoyed throughout the ages, across cultures, periods and in a broad variety of materials. Fortunately, the motif is appreciated by jewellery lovers as well.

The language of flowers is vast: pansies are a gentle request from the giver to the wearer to think fondly of the original bearer; forget-me-nots are self-explanatory and of course, Shakespeare referenced sweet smelling roses.
Whether as a single blossom, a multi-stem bouquet, a wreath or a charmingly potted plant, every part of the body can benefit from a bejewelled bauble, or two. Absolutely no watering or weeding required.

Art Deco Diamond and Platinum Bracelet by Cartier, circa 1925.

Important Jewels Auction

June 23, 2019

Get ready for another dazzling selection of exquisite jewels, impressive diamonds and fine selection of emeralds, rubies, sapphires in the upcoming Dupuis auction.

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