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The best watches & jewellery for winter

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The best watches & jewellery for winter

From Dior rings to Rolex watches, here are the best watches and jewellery for winter

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  • Patek Philippe Gents Aquanaut £37,040

    Men’s Watches 

    Patek Philippe Gents Aquanaut-travel-time in rose gold with mechanical self winding movement £37,040.

  • Boucheron 18kt yellow gold small reflet watch £8,500

    Boucheron 18kt yellow gold small Reflet watch with golden gadroon and four diamond indexes, £8,500.

  • Roger Dubuis Excalibur Spider skeleton flying tourbillon with black spinels, £129,900.

  • Panerai Radiomir 1940 three days automatic acciaio £8,000

    Panerai Radiomir 1940 three days automatic acciaio £8,000.

  • Bulgari Octo Finissimo Minute Repeater £123,000

    Bulgari Octo Finissimo Minute Repeater £123,000.

     

    At the first annual Eve’s Watch Awards, Bulgari were awarded best brand.

  • de Grisogono Retro W no2 in pink gold £21,800

  • A. Lange & Söhne Saxonia thin rose gold with silver dial and alligator leather strap £17,700

  • Hublot Classic Fusion £6,400

    Hublot Classic Fusion £6,400

  • Nomos Glashütte Metro neomatik midnight blue £2,480

    Nomos Glashütte Metro neomatik midnight blue £2,480

  • Buccellati Venus watch grey POA

    Women’s Watches 

    Buccellati Venus watch, grey, POA.

  • Harry Winston emerald timepiece in rose gold with diamonds, POA

  • Charles Oudin pansy retro £13,900

  • Chopard Happy Sports 18kt rose gold automatic watch £20,020

    Chopard Happy Sports 18kt
    rose gold automatic watch featuring five mobile diamonds, 30mm, £20,020

  • Baume et Mercier Petite Promesse with 22 diamonds £2,000

    Baume et Mercier Petite Promesse with 22 diamonds £2,000.

  • Rolex Lady Datejust 28in Rolesor £11,250

    Rolex Lady Datejust 28 in Rolesor, white mother of pearl diamond dial and diamond set bezel, 28mm, £11,250.

  • Hermes Faubourg Pierre lapis lazuli white gold bracelet, £9,950.

  • Brooke Gregson eos 18kt gold opal ring £5,205

    Women’s Jewellery

    Brooke Gregson eos 18kt gold opal ring £5,205.

  • Daphne Krinos Martha earrings in oxidised silver with carnelians, tourmaline, quartz and diamonds, £1,500.

  • Bulgari Diva Downton bracelet in pink gold, malachite and mother of pearl, £2,980.

  • Paiget Limelight Sunny Side of Life cuff

    Piaget Limelight Sunny Side of Life lapis lazuli, diamond and white gold cuff bracelet, £145,000.

  • Elizabeth Gage black tourmaline bead necklace, £10,800.

  • Dior Rose des Vents 18kt yellow gold ring with diamond and turquoise, £2,450.

  • Messika Joaillerie Cassiopee ring

    Messika Joaillerie Cassiopee ring, POA.

  • Gucci Flora ring with skull motif in 18kt yellow gold, diamonds and blue sapphires, £10,270.

  • Sophie Bille Brahe Tordu Perle et diamant

    Sophie Bille Brahe Tordu pearl and diamond  ring, around £780.

  • Tessa Packard London Lunar bracelet in 9kt
    gold with freshwater
    pearls, £1,500.

       

Click through the C&TH Jewellery & Watches guide to the best watches and jewels for winter. 

Who doesn’t want something new and sparkly this time of year? Whether it’s a new party season cocktail ring, or a statement classic watch, here is our edit of the best watches and jewellery available this winter.

The modern elegance of Messika jewellery, worn by the likes of Kristen Stewart (at Cannes Film Festival), Beyonce and Sienna Miller or the new Fendi fashion watches by Delfina Delettrez are easy ways to elevate your style luxuriously. 

A classic mens watch never goes out of style (try the Bulgari Octo Finissimo Minute Repeater) while the Rolex Lady Datejust 28 is perfect for a more feminine take. 

But it’s not all about watches. Now time for the jewels. From the fine jewellery of Dior and Messika to ethical emeralds and pearls, you’ll have plenty of accessories options this party season. So whether these gems are going to the top of your Christmas list, or are a little cure for any impending winter blues, make sure you get the best of the best with our edit.

Avril Groom, who edits our Jewellery & Watches Magazine, discusses the state of luxury industry in the Editor’s Letter:

This year’s supplement has a faintly British mood – not just homegrown brands (British watch and jewellery aficionados are far too cosmopolitan for that) but in exploring our close and loving relationships with Europe’s greatest houses. The high jewellers who normally reveal their new designs at the public Biennale des Antiquaires, in Paris, decided this year to show privately to clients instead, so our team became jewel thieves, snatching the best pieces for your eyes only in a daring photographic heist.

Last week, The Eve’s Watch Awards took place, listing the 10 best watches in the world. The watch of the year was awarded to the Chanel boy.friend watch, while best brand went to Bulgari and best design was given to Nomos for their Metro Neomatik Champagner watch.

Chanel boy.friend watch Instagram

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