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The smell of diamonds : the jewelry perfume holder is the new must-have striking charm

The jewelry perfume holder is on the top of our A-list for the upcoming season. Made of gold, diamond or pearl, here are some of our favorites.

Author By Marie-Caroline Selmer

Bringing up to date the ancient practice of perfume holders in our modern luxury society has become fashionable. As a matter of fact, embellished with delicate lines of diamonds and asymmetric stars, bejeweled and scented amulets are the must-have of this season.

Diane Kordas Diamond line amulette mounted on rose gold with white diamonds
Diane Kordas – Diamond line amulette mounted on rose gold with white diamonds

The Amulette collection of Diane Kordas embodies its distinctive signature design. Worn on a long 18 karat gold chain, the sculptural amulette is available in plated rose gold, black rhodium or in a full diamond version, for an extra dose of sparkling.

At Jacquie Aiche, the perfume bottle is beyond colorful. The diamond chain is set with a precious mineral gem: citrine, rose quartz, agate, turquoise or lapis, we couldn’t get more choice!

Jacquie Aiche Rhodochrosite rectangle potion bottle necklace
Jacquie Aiche – Rhodochrosite rectangle potion bottle necklace

These precious pendants are available in different size – from S to XL – depending your fancy wearing it alone or layered around your neck.

Add a retro touch to your daily look with the Amelia necklace from John Rubel. This charming necklace is paying tribute to a miniature perfume flask done by the designer in 1945. The rose gold bottle is studded with brown diamonds and star-shaped white diamonds, suggesting a dreamy moon set.

John Rubel Amelia necklace mounted on rose gold with white and brown diamonds
John Rubel – Amelia necklace mounted on rose gold with white and brown diamonds

Glamorous and timeless, these mystical charms are designed to hold an evocating scent and to be kept close to your heart. What more personal than these precious twinkle charms?