Running out of ideas? Here is the perfect cheat sheet for latecomers to a memorable Christmas!
A graphic ring
Spearheading ethical jewelry, JEM has made a name for itself with sustainable collections of contemporary design, such as this Etreintes ring made up of two simple rings, available in several finishes to vary the pleasure.
A jewel of a bestiary
Over the years, the Danish jeweller has developed an extensive repertoire on the theme of nature, some of whose collections have since become iconic, such as the elephant and the snake. While the reptile is delicately worked, the elephant with its rounded curves is irresistible. A guaranteed favourite.
A Tutti Frutti bracelet
The geometrically inspired design of this 18-carat gold-plated brass bracelet, which mixes zirconias in a vibrant colour palette, has a maxi effect. Ideal for spicing up any winter knitwear!
An Art Deco pendant
A nod to the Art Deco style, the Skyway necklace plays with the codes of the artistic movement while giving it a contemporary interpretation. We like the combination of silver and black enamel, which brings depth to the jewel.
A rock signet ring
We buy with our eyes closed from the reference in the field, the Parisian label De Jaegher, which twists the traditional signet ring like no other. Best-sellers include the Cow Boy Dream, Make a Wish and Bee in Love.
Isn’t Christmas about exceptional gifts? We’ll take a chance and put on our wishlist a pair of creoles that ticks all the boxes: a generous volume, an iconic design by Dinh Van, not forgetting the “diamond” touch.
A revisited Toi & Moi
A jewellery staple, the Toi + Moi has been given a facelift by the Loyal.e label, which has adorned it with synthetic diamonds and a sharp silhouette. A good idea.
The vintage trend can be followed by choosing a piece with a history from Caillou’s jewellery selection, such as this pair of yellow gold sleepers set with 4 old-cut diamonds, which are extremely charming.
A lucky Charm
We’re getting a head start on 2023 by filling up on good vibes with precious medallions signed by Marie-Hélène de Taillac. Special mention for the As de coeur and the Lucky star, to be slipped on a chain or a cord.
An inspired Pop ring
You can pick one or more wedding rings (390€) from the designer Yvonne Léon to compose a set in addictive fluorescent shades.