09 July 2019

The new necklace

In their latest high jewelry collections, Cartier and Boucheron showcase a necklace shape reminiscent of those of Queen Nefertiti or Princess Sithathoryunet displayed in the Ancient Egypt Department of the MET. The very wide choker form enables the creation of sumptuous mosaics, patterns or even solid colors in pearls and stones. Y-shaped necklaces and chokers could see their popularity wane…

 

  • Cartier - Necklace in gold, rubies, diamonds, onyx, tourmalines, etc.

  • Cartier - Necklace in gold, rubies, diamonds, onyx, tourmalines, etc.

  • Nefertiti

  • Boucheron - "Grosgrain" necklace in gold, malachite, diamonds, onyx

  • Boucheron - "Grosgrain" necklace in gold, malachite, diamonds, onyx

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