Want to feel like a royal on your next trip? – Here are 5 high jewellery pieces you can wear

Latest collections from maisons including Cartier, Chaumet and Mikimoto are laced with colours that hint at life in the countryside

The latest high jewellery collections from esteemed houses are colourful, with nods to a pastoral lifestyle.

Jean Schlumberger butterfly necklace

Tiffany & Co.
The Jean Schlumberger butterfly necklace, set in 18ct yellow gold and embellished with round brilliant diamonds and platinum, is decorated with refreshing tonal green tourmalines in between. Price on request

Soleil de Feu earrings

From the Soleil de Feu collection, this pair of earrings are set with yellow sapphires, pink and pink-orange spinel, mandarin garnets and diamonds on a white gold and rose gold frame. The shiny orange and yellow gemstones reflect the brightness and warmth of the sun. Price on request

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Zemia bracelet

Set in 18ct white gold and surrounded by violet sapphires, spessartite garnets and diamonds, the Zemia bracelet from the brand’s Magnitude high jewellery collection is set with a 77.27ct matrix opal. The violet aurora illuminates through the stone, celebrating the beauty of nature. Price on request

Jardin Mystérieux brooch

The brooch from the Jardin Mystérieux collection depicts a garden scene viewed through the wrought iron gates. A magnificent climbing rose leads into the garden, with fresh and dewy flowers giving off an ethereal glow. Price on request

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Meisa the Chickadee ring

Paved with black, blue and yellow sapphires, Meisa the Chickadee ring has a lively tit perching on a thin, white-gold branch. The bird watches over a sumptuous tanzanite. Price on request

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