5 of The Best Fine Jewellery Collections of 2024

Refined and joyous, masculine and brassy, or sensuous and primal, these launches allow you to choose the bling personality you want for your daily wardrobe.
by Yanni Tan

Photo: Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany Titan

Tiffany Titan yellow gold and diamond bracelet by Pharrell Williams. (Photo: Tiffany & Co.)

This Tiffany & Co. collaboration with Pharrell Williams features unique curved links contrasting the spear motif inspired by the mythological Poseidon’s trident. The singer-songwriter and Hollywood style icon’s inaugural collection for the US luxury jeweller blends punk with unconventionality through the incorporation of sharp spikes, reverse-set pave diamonds, and black titanium.

Also available in yellow gold, this range spans necklaces, rings, earrings, and bracelets in all-metal or diamond-adorned creations.

Van Cleef & Arpels Frivole Spring

Van Cleef & Arpels Frivole Spring eight-flower ring. (Photo: Van Cleef & Arpels)

Springtime is a season dear to this Parisian maison, which refreshes its popular floral line annually so that you have a new bouquet of jewels in white and rose gold to wear. Debuting a seven-flower bracelet, an eight-flower ring, a simpler suite of small earrings, a pendant necklace, and a between-the-finger ring, this collection is a masterclass in radiance.

Petals flaunt the house’s signature mirror polish technique, performed by hand, while the finest diamonds are placed into mounts crafted for maximum light penetration.

Boucheron Quatre

Boucheron Quatre 20th Anniversary collection of stackables. (Photo: Boucheron)

The collection’s 20th anniversary sees the launch of a slew of stackable rings, bracelets, and chokers that multiply its codes of ultra-modernity and sheer assertiveness. The Classique sub-range, which now includes supple creations resembling ribbons, flaunts linear rows of white, yellow, and rose gold with diamonds and brown PVD.

Also new are the Radiant Edition pave diamond and white gold necklaces, as well as a collar made of 50 rings, a chunky spool bracelet, and several pieces set with yellow sapphires and spessartite garnets.

Fred Force 10

Fred Force 10 XL bracelet in black titanium with black diamonds. (Photo: Fred)

The breezy, nautical-inspired Force 10 collection, known for its braided steel cable construction, gets a strapping yet sensuous update — with a new XL bracelet in black titanium with black diamonds.

In addition to its attractive tone-on-tone effect, this piece features an intensely black XL buckle whose matte finish is achieved through the micro-sandblasting of a graphite and diamond powder coating. Accenting it are 68 pave black diamonds that emit a mysterious glow.

Bulgari Serpenti Viper

Bulgari Serpenti Viper rose and yellow gold creations with diamonds. (Photo: Bulgari)

Always defined by sleekness, boldness, and a stylised snake scale motif, this alluring collection is now enriched with creations lit by demi-pave diamonds. Designed to impart warmth and sensuality, these yellow or rose gold coiled bracelets, rings, and necklaces wear like second skin.

While they are perfect as standalone accent pieces, we love that there is so much flexibility to pile on more of these beauties, such as a series of stacked bracelets, to create your very own high-shine statement look.

Louis Vuitton Colour Blossom Amazonite

Louis Vuitton’s Colour Blossom family embraces amazonite. (Photo: Louis Vuitton)

This emblematic collection, which features two flowers from the iconic LV Monogram, is defined by carved and voluminous bombe-style stones encased in a gold frame. Four new yellow gold designs — two bracelets, a pendant necklace and a sautoir — showcase the ornamental and exotic gem of amazonite.

Besides its cheerful, minty blue-green hue, the stone also presents multi tones, eye-catching inclusions, and a vibrant translucency.

This story originally published on The Peak Singapore.


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