High Jewelry by Piaget
Piaget is a Swiss luxury watchmaker and jeweller, founded in 1874 by Georges Piaget in the village of La Côte-aux-Fées. The company belongs to the Swiss Richemont group, specialists in the luxury goods industry.

The company was founded as a manufacturer of watch movements but began marketing its own line of watches in the 20th century.
After a decade and a half at the helm of Piaget, Philippe Léopold-Metzger is ramping up the production of jewelery, increasing the company’s focus on an important battleground for the industry.
Piaget's watch and jewelry designs "embody the eternal quest for technical mastery, transformed by boldness, expertise and imagination."
Piaget's jewelry designs embody the eternal quest for technical mastery, transformed by boldness, expertise and imagination.

Hemmerle High Jewelry
Hemmerle is a fourth generation family run house at the vanguard of jewellery design. Each jewel conceived is unique and as original as a work of art.

Hemmerle remains renowned for its dedication to craftsmanship, exceptional quality, innovative material combinations, and bold creations.

Hemmerle spells out a simple credo on its Web site: “Copying can never be art, art is inspiration not imitation.”

Tiffany & Co - The Blue Book
Tiffany & Co was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young in New York City in 1837 as a "stationery and fancy goods emporium", the store initially sold a wide variety of stationery items, and operated as "Tiffany, Young and Ellis" in Lower Manhattan.

The name was shortened to Tiffany & Company in 1853 when Charles Tiffany took control and established the firm's emphasis on jewelry.
Tiffany & Co. operates jewelry and specialty retail stores and manufactures products. The Company operates retail stores and boutiques in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe. The Company’s principal product category is jewelry, which represented 90% of worldwide sales.

The Company also sells timepieces, leather goods, sterling silver goods, china, crystal, stationery, fragrances and accessories, which represented 8% of worldwide sales in 2012.
For over 175 years, Tiffany & Co. has produced world-renowned jewelry collections.

Tiffany’s celebrated Blue Book is an annual publication that showcases the latest and most spectacular jewels, and has been arriving in customers’ mail boxes since 1845. It is the first mail order catalogue in the U.S.

Ultra High Jewelry by Cartier

Platinum brooch with one opal, one ribbed emerald, brilliants, emerald eyes.

Platinum, one 6.89-carat blue tourmaline, cabochon-cut yellow sapphires, brilliant-cut diamonds.

Cartier Royal ring, platinum, one 20.02 carat emerald-cut pink spinel, onyx, brilliant-cut diamonds.
Butterfly Brooch – white gold, yellow gold, 42.77-carat pear-shaped yellow sapphire, yellow sapphires, colored diamonds, black lacquer, brilliants.

Bird of Paradise Brooch with 20.22-carat pink sapphire and six padparadscha sapphires.

Bracelet with 77.3-carat carved emerald, emerald beads and diamonds.

Sortilège de Cartier bracelet in platinum with a single rubellite, cultured pearls, onyx and brilliant cut diamonds.

Cartier Urban ring - Platinum, 10.77-carat square-shaped emerald, baguette-cut diamonds, onyx, brilliants.

Platinum, 10.04-carat padparadscha sapphire, black lacquer, brilliants.
Platinum, emeralds, sapphires, onyx, diamonds

White gold, brown, orange and yellow diamonds, onyx, yellow-orange diamond eyes, brilliants.

Necklace/brooch - Platinum, 91.34-carat emerald drop from Colombia, pear-shaped diamond, brilliants.
Secrets et Merveilles ring, platinum, 1 cushion-cut pink sapphire, 2 fine pearls and brilliant-cut diamonds
Platinum, cabochon-cut 36.74-carat ruby, pear-shaped rose-cut diamond, brilliants.
Christies's Fine Jewels

The Princie Diamond is a 34.65 carat cushion-cut fancy intense pink diamond. $39,323,750
World Auction Record for a Golconda Diamond, Most Expensive Jewel Ever Sold at Christie’s
In 2014, Christie’s international jewelry sales totaled more than $750 million, representing the highest figure in it's history.

As the global auction leader in this category for 21 consecutive years, Christie’s established legacy of excellence makes it the destination of choice for jewelry clients around the world.

Pear-shaped fancy vivid orange diamond of 14.82 carats. $35,540,612
World Auction Record for an Orange Diamond
World Auction Record Price per Carat for an Orange Diamond

The Winston Legacy. A pear-shaped D color flawless diamond of 101.73 carats. $26,746,541

The Patino Emerald and diamond Necklace, by Cartier.
Set with twelve octagonal and hexagonal-cut emeralds, weighing a total of approximately 108.74 carats, with twin old European-cut diamond spacers, weighing a total of approximately 59.36 carats. $9,934,388

The Wittelsbach Diamond. A cushion-shaped fancy deep grayish blue diamond weighing 35.56 carats. $24,311,191

La Peregrina. Diamond, pearl, and ruby necklace by Cartier. $11,842,500

The Crimson Garland Necklace. Burmese ruby and diamond necklace by Etcetera weighing a total of 87.78 carats. $6,402,240

Heart shaped fancy red diamond ring of 2.09 carats by Moussaieff. $5,095,872
World Auction Record for a Red Diamond
World Auction Record Price per Carat for a Red Diamond

The Blue Belle of Asia. A cushion-cut Ceylon sapphire of 392.52 carats. $17,305,996
World Auction Record for a Sapphire
World Auction Record for any coloured gemstone

A belle epoque diamond devant-de-corsage brooch, by Cartier. $17,581,612
World Auction Record for a Belle Epoque jewel.

Gold, diamond and garnet 'parrot tulip' bangle by JAR. $3,525,000
Bejeweled Birds
The Peacock Brooch by London-based Graff boasts 1,305 diamonds weighing a total of 120.81 carats.

At the center is a 20.02-carat fancy deep blue pear-shape diamond, one of the rarest blue diamonds in the world. Adorning the tail feathers is an array of white, pink, yellow, orange, green and blue diamonds in various sizes and shapes. The tip of each feather is set with a cluster of white diamonds.
The Peacock Brooch made its first public appearance last year and can be yours for about $ 100m.

The historic and iconic “Walska Briolette Diamond” Brooch created by Van Cleef & Arpels in 1971. The Fancy Vivid Yellow antique briolette diamond weighs 96.62 carats. $10.5 million

Coral, emerald, diamond and onyx parrot brooch, Van Cleef & Arpels, circa 1990

'Bird of Paradise' brooch, Van Cleef & Arpels,

Lovebirds clip, 1946. Van Cleef & Arpels