15 Cult fine jewellery brands worth investing in


By Kelly Lim

15 Cult fine jewellery brands worth investing in

As an universal form of adornment, jewellery, on the whole, never goes out of style. Whatever decade or trend, the unique design of a necklace, bracelet, ring or earring stays timeless in your personal collection, serving as both a statement piece and daily accessory. Whether gold, silver, diamond, pearl or any other gemstone, a good jewellery piece adds the right amount of sophistication and sparkle to any outfit—and make for good investments as they can be passed on as family heirlooms.

Whether you’re looking to treat yourself to a new gem-studded necklace or on the hunt for a special diamond ring, consider this your cheat sheet to the fine jewellery brands worth investing in:


Tiffany & Co.


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The iconic robin’s-egg blue hue is known around the world as Tiffany Blue for a reason––who doesn’t know and love Tiffany & Co. boxes? Or Audrey Hepburn’s opening sequence in the classic film Breakfast at Tiffany’s? Though the timeless jewellery house has undergone a snazzy reinvention in the past few years, it remains the go-to place for generational pieces that span a range of styles from the 2000s-era charm bracelets, to jaw-dropping engagement rings.



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Full of storied relationships with coronated kings and the Kardashians alike, Cartier has been offering luxury status symbols since 1847. From their iconic screw-on love bracelets to trinity rings and the Juste un Clou range that gave new meaning to the industrial nail, the famed French jeweller is one of the first that comes to mind in the world of fine jewellery and watches.

READ: Buro Tries: Finding the perfect engagement ring at Cartier



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Though the Italian luxury brand has since expanded to include frangrances, hotels and more, Bvlgari is a fine jeweller at its core. Founded in Greece in 1884, the brand has offered designs that are iconic in their own right, from serpent bangles to the 2000s B.Zero1 rings that combine the Tubogas motif and the brand’s Roman BLVGARI logo.

Harry Winston


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