All right, my darlings. We’ve made it through every price point that the average (and not-so-average person) could contemplate for gift buying.
Here’s what we’ve covered already: jewelry under $50, $50 – $100, $100 – $200, $200 – $350, $350 – $500, $500 – $1000, and $1000 – $3000, $3000 – $5000, and $5000-$15000.
Today we’re going to pull out all of the stops and look at the glittering gifts of our dreams.
Let’s take a look at some dream jewels for the lucky shopper with an unlimited budget.
Buddha Mama diamond star tassel earrings in 18k white and rose gold ($18,200).
Antique enamel, pearl, diamond, and sapphire necklace by C. and A. Giuliano ($130,664).
Aurélie Bidermann diamond and gold belt bracelet ($61,100).
Sevan Bicakci Fluttering Dove ring with smoky topaz reverse intaglio and diamonds ($17,727).
Coronet Diamonds’ Hekate necklace with 20.50 carats of diamonds (POA). Does this look familiar? See me wearing it here.
Antique Belle Epoque Russian diamond and emerald ring ($17,500).
One of a Kind Tanzanite with Opals necklace by Irene Neuwirth. 51.75 carats of tanzanites with Lightning Ridge opals in 18k rose gold ($73,540).
French Art Deco diamond and sapphire bracelet, circa 1925. 10 carats of diamonds bordered by calibre-cut sapphires ($60,000).
Yoko London Almalfi necklace with diamonds, pink sapphires, south sea pearls, ayoka pearls, and naturally pink pearls in rose and yellow gold (POA).
40 carat Georgian diamond tiara worn by Downton Abbey’s Lady Mary to her wedding. Circa 1800, convertible to two brooches ($191,757).
Arunashi Rock Basalt Butterfly Ring with diamonds ($48,400).
Antique style Fred Leighton old mine cut diamond double drop earrings in silver-topped gold ($125,000).
Wendy Yue Ruby Roses necklace with rubies, sapphires, tsavorites, and diamonds ($37,620).
Antique Victorian old mine cut diamond and ruby snake bracelet ($62,000).
Marie Antoinette earrings and ring by Wendy Brandes with tsavorites and amethyst (ring $20,000; earrings POA).
Edwardian tourmaline and diamond necklace by Drecier and Co., circa 1915 ($253,641).
If you would like to see more dream jewels at an infinite budget, please see almost every post I’ve ever written. Here’s a link to my archive.
I hope you enjoyed my 2014 gift guide as much as I enjoyed writing it! May you all have a wonderful December, darlings, whatever you celebrate.
All images and info in this post is thanks to the seller of each individual item. Please see descriptions above for links to original listings.
[…] Yoko London is a brand I’ve met before – at the 2014 Couture Summer Press Preview – but I was thrilled to see them again. They remembered me, too! I went straight for this necklace, which was actually one of the pieces I featured in my 2014 Dream Jewelry Wishlist. […]