The house of Vhernier was founded with a mission to create unique jewels, each one special and hand-made, their shapes influenced by movements in modern art and contemporary design.
In the world of high jewelry, we will always know and love the mainstay houses and their iconic offerings. But we can’t resist the bespoke experience of the quintessential boutique brands. Here, Quest explores a cut of the more niche jewelry life—and the influencers who are elevating their craft to new and intriguing levels.
Designer Fabio Angri’s boutique jewelry line, Lusso—meaning “luxury” in Italian—has been long-revered across Italy for its one-of-a-kind pieces and endless customizations. This season, the designs are available stateside for the first time, launched in a private trunk show in New York City earlier this month.
When Mr. Winston made a historic realization that gemstones, not their metal settings, should dictate the design of his jewels, the iconic Winston Cluster was born.
In these times, so much of our lives revolves around wellness. It’s no surprise, then, that wellness-focused jewelry is on the rise. The three jewelry houses featured here have created brands that are designed to make their customers feel good in more ways than one—whether it’s a positive message designed to empower women, an innovative experience that lets you try jewelry at home before you buy, or a selection of stones that boasts health benefits.
A Park Avenue landmark for nearly 85 years, you’re sure to have heard of Scully & Scully. You’re probably appraised of its extensive selection of china, tabletop decor, and furniture. What you might not know, however, is that the retailer also boasts an extensive jewelry selection of one-of-a-kind pieces designed just for the store.
Italian fine jewelry brand Vhernier has just debuted a large-scale video series that celebrates the proportions of its pieces, housed within nature.