Jewellery has a hypnotising effect that is both dizzying and addictive. The month's jewellery picks are inspired by the intoxicating eyes of the snake and the power that is greater than any other - love.
The design of Bulgari's new Serpenti High Jewellery necklace focuses on the hypnotic power of snake eyes. It slithers with alternating diamond and emerald scales.
The silver Magic Cut ring in John Hardy's spring 2016 collection is designed to encapsulate taksu, the Balinese essence of blessedness. It is set with diamonds and blue topaz, green amethyst, lemon quartz or black chalcedony.
Power of Love
The Frank Fire collection by Frank & Co. celebrates love. Adorned with an elegant centre stone, the Chelsea ring is set in ibct gold with exclusive F colour and VVS clarity diamonds.
In Praise of Femininity
This high jewellery necklace from Chopard's Green Carpet Collection is crafted with 18ct Fairmined-certified gold and adorned with 74.4 carats of marquise-cut diamonds. It pays tribute to femininity with its open-worked design.
Van Cleef & Arpels' Two Butterfly collection includes this white gold and pink gold Between the Finger ring. It features motifs adorned with mother-of-pearl and sparkling paving, which illustrate an asymmetric style cherished by the maison.
A Little Tenderness
Made with pink, white and yellow gold, the Sweet Trinity necklace is a refined version of Cartier's signature Three Bands. Tied with a filiform chain, the pendant adds tenderness to every gesture.