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Chanel’s Camélia collection and other sparkling investments

The camellia is the inspiration behind Chanel Camélia fine jewellery collection. Read more on this and other jewels from the likes of Yoko London, David Morris, and Bulgari. 

Included in the elegant range made to reflect Coco Chanel’s favourite flower are the Camélia Précieux ring in white gold set with a pear-cut diamond and 31 smaller diamonds, and Camélia Précieux earrings in 18ct white gold set with 82 brilliant-cut diamonds.

The collection has a strong sense of romance, with a nod to vintage design mores and all the boldness one has come to expect from the House of Chanel. Also pictured here is the Coco Crush bangle bracelet in 18ct white gold and diamonds, featuring the House of Chanel’s trademark quilting motif.

Chanel Camélia and Yoko London


Yoko London’s unique combination of blue Tahitian pearls, brilliant diamonds and rose gold in its Blue Rose collection is sure to become a talking point. On the one hand it’s a thoroughly accessible range of ready-to-wear offerings that are perfect for casual days, and on the other hand there is a level of craftsmanship and quality that sets these magnificent pieces apart.

This exquisite ring is the centrepiece of the collection – with 2.43ct of diamonds and a 14mm blue pearl set in 18ct rose gold, it’s a cocktail ring with serious clout.

Chanel Camélia and David Morris


Quintessential UK brand David Morris is renowned for its use of colour – Elizabeth Taylor and Princess Diana
are said to have been fans of the famed jewellery house. Now a new generation of glamazons is queueing up for its trademark show-stopper pieces both with and without colour. These pear-shaped Dancing diamond chandelier earrings, for example, are heirlooms-in-the-making for moneyed millennials. The glittering pair comes in at a total of 85.26ct, their dangling design giving them undeniable red-carpet appeal.

Chanel's Camélia and Bulgari


The serpent is an ancient Greek and Roman symbol of wisdom, vitality and seduction. It’s also the abiding motif incorporated into manya Bulgari piece. In fact, the first item in the Serpenti collection was designed in the ’40s and featured a serpent coiled around the wrist, holding a timepiece in its jaws. This modern rendition is a brilliant pavé-studded diamond bangle bracelet in white gold set with emerald eyes. It’s a beguiling collector’s item with all the pedigree one would expect from this iconic Italian house.


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