A Gentlemen’s Guide For Valentine’s Day
Harry Winston once said, “No two diamonds are alike.”
We are less than a week to Valentine’s day. If you are still dumbfounded with what you should get for the love of your life, we have put together a list for your perusal. While flowers may have been the top choice, we thought something that is worth investing in would be more worthwhile. So, below are what we call investment pieces that will provide high fidelity that symbolise eternal love even long after the flowers wither away.
Tiffany & Co. Freshwater Pearl Necklace in Sterling Silver
Pearls are timeless. Whether worn as a bracelet, a ring or a necklace, the choice of styling it is abundant. For this Valentine’s Day, gift her a set of pearl necklace for it will never go wrong.
Van Cleef & Arpels Vintage Alhambra bracelet
The Alhambra is perhaps one of the most recognisable motifs of the French jeweller Van Cleef & Arpels, and a symbol of good fortune as the iconic design is inspired by the four-leaf clover. The carnelian stones are adorned with a border of gold beads. This piece is accessory commands versatility, allowing for easy styling for either a casual day out or a formal date night.
Harry Winston Belle by Harry Winston
Impress your belle with this pair of diamond earrings set on platinum with micropavé diamond frames.
Cartier Love Bracelet
It was one of the most searched for accessories on Google when celebrities like Meghan Markle and Kylie Jenner were seen wearing it, bringing a sort of renaissance to this bracelet. Usually coming as a pair, there is no better way to declare your love for each other than this elegant piece.
Patek Philippe Twenty~4 4910/1201R
The Swiss watchmaker has reinterpreted its iconic manchette-style Twenty~4 quartz model in a new rose gold model with a chocolate-brown sunburst dial. Two rows of resplendent brilliant-cut diamonds adorn its rectangular case and its bracelet offers a snuggly fit to the wrist with its fold-over clasp. Suitable for women with an active lifestyle, the watch brings beauty to every instant of daily life.
Bvlgari Fiorerer Ring
Fiore means flower in Italian and the name of this ring is a combination of two words: Fiore and Forever. As cliche as it sounds, yes, this is a flower that never withers and will forever bloom because it is made with 18-carat white gold with a central diamond and pavé diamonds,
Chanel Escale À Venise
Paying homage to the Métiers d’art, Chanel reimagines the iconic Camellia flower with rock crystals and yellow gold encircled with diamonds, reminiscent of the Venetian mirrors found in the Madamoiselle’s Rue Cambon apartment. A ring that’s going to steal some glances for sure.
Hermes Vertige Cœur double ring
Hearts are ubiquitous during Valentine’s Day so it’s commonly seen during the season of love. But instead of presenting it in the form of heart-shaped chocolates or anything of sorts, Hermès has created a double ring out of the motif. The Vertige Cœur double ring is simple, beautiful and made with rose gold and set with diamonds. An air of understated elegance exudes from this unique piece and it is also a way for you to profess your love discreetly.
If you are still in doubt about what to surprise the love of your life with, then you can never go wrong with buying them diamonds — a true token of your love.
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