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Purchasing jewelries is not easy for most of the women who want to beautify themselves and look more gorgeous.

Check out the best jewellers in the world with the best and most fabulous pieces of jewelry that you really deserve. Enjoy the beauty!



Sotirio Bulgari, son of Greek Silversmiths, founded the business before moving to Italy and opening the first Bulgari store in Rome in 1884. Sotirio’s sons continued the growth of the business and today it is still operated by Sotirio’s descendants. The bold Greco-Roman style of Bulgari gained popularity among celebrities in the 1970’s and is today considered a classic and enduring design statement.

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Van Cleef & Arpels

Van Cleef & Arpels is a luxury French jeweller that was founded by Alfred Van Cleef and his brother-in-law Salomon Arpels in 1896. Now a global brand with a presence in countries around the globe, Van Cleef are particularly well known for pieces that depict animals or flowers with designs that are colourful, intricate and often playful. Joyous jewellery.



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Louis-Ulysse Chopard established a workshop in the Swiss village of Sonvilier in 1860. Like Piaget a decade later, Chopard quickly established a reputation for the quality of his watch movements. Today, Chopard jewellery reflects the businesses commitment to the highest levels of quality and design. The Chopard High Jewellery collection shows just what is possible when creativity and design excellence meet.



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Harry Winston

Harry Winston Inc. is an American luxury jeweler with a particular focus on diamonds. Harry Winston started the business in 1932 and quickly gained attention for his skill as a jeweler providing pieces to royalty and celebrities around the globe. In 1949 Harry Winston purchased the Hope Diamond, one of the most famous jewels ever known. Today Harry Winston has retail outlets across Europe, America and Asia. The business was recently bought by the Swiss Swatch Group.


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