Welcome the beauty of nature into your everyday with these elegant rose gold pieces.
AT FIRST LIGHT
The Blossom collection from Louis Vuitton celebrates the Monogram flower, first created in 1896 by Georges-Louis Vuitton. The delicate Sunlight Blossom flower’s guilloche detailing evokes the rays of the sun, while the circle of pavé diamonds enchances the symmetrical design of the pendant.
A NEW LEAF
Paloma Picasso’s Olive Leaf collection pays tribute to the olive tree—a universal symbol of peace and harmony, according to ancient Greek customs. Intricate rose gold branches wrap around the wrist with this elegant medium sized cuff.
PARADISE ON EARTH
Van Cleef & Arpel’s Oiseaux de Paradis Between the Finger ring features two plump birds decorated with pink sapphires, and round and pear-shaped diamonds. A playful and youthful design that perfectly reflects how you view this big, big world with wide-eyed wonder.
BED OF ROSES
“The rose is the most universal flower,” said Yves Piaget, Chairman of the Swiss luxury brand. Like two stems of roses intertwined together, the Piaget Rose bracelet set with 40 brilliant-cut diamonds has a soft, delicate and utterly sensual nature to it.
IN FULL BLOOM
Representing strength, grace and beauty, orchids were introduced into the world of Cartier in 1925, and have since become a classic motif of the maison. Each side of the Caresse d’Orchidées earrings is set with a briolette-cut pink quartz, pink sapphires, rhodolite garnets, pink tourmalines and 24 diamonds.