Engagements, weddings, and coronations are a few of life’s biggest occasions that are commemorated with jewels. Additionally, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and rings are frequently seen at social gatherings as well as other life events like graduations, birthdays, job promotions, retirements, and so forth.
However, not every piece of jewelry is designed for everyone. Only jewelry that radiates extravagance and elegance will do for the elite few; we commonly refer to this type of jewelry as luxury or high-end jewelry.
Luxury jewelries have been an accessory category that has captivated humans for thousands of years. From ancient times to modern-day, the elites have adorned themselves with beautiful, intricate and rare pieces of jewelry to express their social status, to commemorate important occasions, or simply to enhance their appearance.
THE APPEAL OF LUXURY JEWELRIES
Luxury jewelries are often considered an indulgence or a treat, a way to reward oneself or to show love and appreciation to others.
It is defined by its exceptional quality, design, and materials. Typically made using precious metals like gold, platinum, and silver, and embellished with high-quality diamonds, gemstones, pearls, and other rare materials. The craftsmanship involved in creating a luxury jewelry piece is often intricate and requires specialized skills and techniques, making each piece unique and precious.
The appeal of luxury jewelry is universal and transcends cultures and time periods. The Egyptians, for instance, crafted exquisite gold jewelry and buried their Pharaohs with these valuable pieces.
Similarly, the Greeks made beautiful and intricate jewelry that was worn to complement their flowing robes and togas.
The medieval period in Europe saw the rise of intricate, ornate jewelry with a religious and mystical symbolism.
The Renaissance era brought about a renewed interest in ancient Greek and Roman styles, with elaborate gold chains and pendants adorning the aristocracy.
In modern times, luxury jewelry has become a signifier of wealth and social status, with luxury brands, such as; Cartier, Tiffany & Co. and Harry Winston being among the most sought-after names in the industry.
Diamond necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings are popular among luxury jewelry aficionados, and are often passed down through families as heirlooms.
Usually adorned with other precious gemstones, such as; emeralds, rubies, and sapphires, these gemstones are often paired with diamonds to create a stunning contrast and to showcase their unique colors and qualities.
With all that been said, let’s check out our high-end jewelry of the week, which is from the Tour series of the French luxury jewelry maker Reza
THE CORNE D'ABONDANCE EARRING
(Photo: MODEL WEARING CORNE D’ABONDANCE EARRING)
The Corne d’abondance earring stands out for its lushness and plenty of free-flowing gems. Made up of asymmetrical white gold arms that are slightly twisted and open to a long cascade of valuable stones.
(Photo: CORNE D’ABONDANCE EARRING)
Crafted with 10.17 carat Marquise-cut
white diamonds, 7.63 carat oval-cut white diamonds including 52.46 tcw carved pebble shaped rubies amongst other precious gem, this dynamic earring is luxury and sophistication in all ramification.
THE REZA TOUR RING
(Photo: MODEL WITH REZA TOUR RING)
The deep hues and brilliance of the gems in this ring have been enhanced without the use of heat.
(Photo: REZA TOUR RING)
Each Reza Tour ring weighs 5.22 carats of Ceylon sapphire, 2.55 carats of Burmese ruby, and 4.36 carats of diamonds. These gemstones are positioned at the top of the ring’s two arms.
These Reza luxury tour pieces are timeless accessories that you can don in many years to come. So order yours today by scheduling an appointment on the Reza website to experience the Reza exquisite jewelry collection either live in flesh at their New York studio or via a virtual tour regardless of wherever you may be around the world.