What better way to celebrate spring then with opal and emerald flower power. Read More >
Elizabeth Taylor adored jewelry and it’s hard to forget the Bulgari emerald necklace, earrings, ring and bracelet she wore celebrating her Oscar in 1967, when she won Best Actress for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf.” The Bulgari set also included an emerald pendant brooch (which she wore attached to the necklace) and a flower brooch. She received the magnificent pieces from Richard Burton on their trips to Rome between 1962 and 1967. Burton famously said: “The only word Elizabeth knows in Italian is Bulgari.” After Elizabeth Taylor’s death, the entire Bulgari set was auctioned off by Christie’s and fetched $24,799,000. Read More >
“Pretty in Pink” returns to theaters to celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate its 30th anniversary. Read More >
Green is the color of spring and nature. And while we’re in the midst of winter some of us are already dreaming of the sparkling sunshine and warmer weather. So it’s no wonder that we adore emeralds at the moment. Did you know that the greener the emerald, the higher the value, even if there are some imperfections called “inclusions” in the gemstone? These inclusions are often referred to as “mossy” or the emerald’s “jardin.” We’re not the only ones that think emeralds are reminiscent of a green garden. Read More >
Explore our Rare Jewels collection to celebrate the end of 2015. New Year’s only happens once a year. Read More >
Our Rare Jewels collection ranges from striking and timeless jewels to style-defining pieces. Read More >
Our estate jewelry includes some of the most beautiful pieces of the past century. We carefully curate our period, vintage and antique pieces based on beauty, importance, timelessness, rarity and value. Read More >
Hope and healing. Babylonians coveted and dedicated this gemstone to Venus, while Egyptians believed emeralds to be the symbol of immortality. Emeralds are the birthstone of May. Emeralds belong to the family of minerals called Beryl.
October’s birthstone is Opal. Opal was a symbol of hope, fidelity and purity for the ancient Romans because it holds colors of all the other gemstones.