Jewellery has always been considered an important part when you finish an outfit or meet a person.
Simply adding fine jewellery can have a strong impact when you appear in a public space or when you want to be easily noticed.
In ancient times, jewellery was used to indicate social status, family roots, and significance. Today, people wear jewellery for many reasons. Either they are passionate about fashion, or they want to stand out by adding small details, or they put a few pieces of jewellery just for the sake of having something on their neck/hand.
So today I will introduce you to 5 of the most well-known luxury jewellery brands.
Bvlgari is a company that sells jewellery and luxury products in Italy. The name of the company is frequently written “BVLGARI”, in ancient Roman style.
The Bvlgari brand, born in 1884, has become famous for the diversity of its portfolio of jewellery, watches, perfumes and care products.
The jewellery sold by Bvlgari is created using combinations of precious and innovative materials, plus the fusion of classic and contemporary design.
The peculiarity of the brand consists of bold shapes, oversized pieces, the use of cabochon stones, intensely coloured floral motifs and typical Italian pieces, such as necklaces at the base of the neck or cuff bracelets.
Bvlgari mostly uses 18-carat gold and the finest gemstones to delight the senses of its distinguished customers.
Bulgari ranks third in the world in the top of the largest jewellers, with annual revenues of over one billion euros and a market value of 3.6 billion euros.
2. TIFFANY & CO
Tiffany & Co. (colloquially known as Tiffany’s) is an American luxury jewellery and speciality retailer headquartered in New York City.
Becoming incredibly popular after the release of “Tiffany’s Breakfast” (1961), this brand offers some of the highest quality jewellery in the world. They can be worn during the day, on various occasions, and the range includes items for both women and men or children.
Tiffany is known for its luxury goods, particularly it is diamond and sterling silver jewellery. These goods are sold at Tiffany stores and through direct mail and corporate merchandising.
Tiffany & Co. was founded in 1837 by the jeweller Charles Lewis Tiffany and became famous in the early 20th century under the artistic direction of his son Louis Comfort Tiffany. In 2018 net sales totalled US$4.44 billion.
Cartier is a French luxury goods conglomerate which designs, manufactures, distributes, and sells jewellery, leather goods and watches. Founded by Louis-François Cartier in Paris in 1847, the company remained under family control until 1964.
Cartier has a long history behind it, a history that has propelled the brand to the preferences of celebrities and famous customers. Being one of the most popular and most expensive jewellery brands in the world, Cartier has expanded amazingly, especially in recent years, but without compromising on quality and ingenuity.
Hermès was born in Paris in 1837 and is named after designer Thierry Hermès. The luxury brand is known for its eccentric colours and bold designs in custom and limited edition jewellery, as opposed to mass production.
They have many exclusive collections made of gold and diamonds.
Actress Grace Kelly was one of the most loyal customers of this brand, which propelled them even more into the job market.
The Chopard brand, originally from Geneva, has gradually become a strong competitor in the luxury industry.
This exclusive company has dedicated itself to the production of some of the most expensive bijoux and watches in the world, using rare precious stones, diamonds, platinum and gold as the main materials.
The everyday pieces are made of authentic gemstones and thick layers of 18-carat gold.
The quality matches the precision, because every detail, no matter how small, plays an important role in the overall image of each piece of jewellery.