BVLGARI, Piaget, & More Grace Wynn Signature's High Jewelry Week
by: The Beat Asia
November 21, 2023
Six of the world’s leading jewelry brands have come together to present rare and fine jewellery at Macau’s first "Wynn Signature – High Jewelry Week,” presented by Wynn Resorts’ newest lifestyle label, Wynn Signature.
The event kicked off on Nov. 18 and will end tomorrow, Nov. 22, and is being held at the Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace Cotai.
At the event, top jewelry brands BVLGARI, Chaumet, GRAFF, Cartier, Tiffany & Co., and Piaget are presenting over 200 exquisite pieces valued at US$120 million. Setting the scene for the exhibition is the Garden Villa at Wynn Palace, equipped with a 45-metre outdoor pool and a breathtaking view of the private garden.
To celebrate the seventh year of its Serpenti collection, BVLGARI displays its “Celebrate Magnificent Wonders" exhibit at the Wynn Palace, featuring items from the said collection. Cartier, on the other hand, features over 60 of its timeless creations, including bejeweled accessories, jewellery, and watches.
Piaget also displays its High Jewellery and Haute Horlogerie exhibition at the Wynn Palace, showcasing the label’s masterpieces over the years, including the Piaget Treasures High Jewellery in precious gemstone, among others.
Over at Wynn Macau, Chaumet showcases its "Joséphine Aigrette" collection. The brand also highlights its "Tiara of Chaumet" piece for the first time, available for visitors to try on.
Meanwhile, GRAFF displays more than 30 awe-inspiring jewellery pieces, including the 34.26-carat Fancy Intense Yellow diamond ring. Tiffany & Co. also captivates guests with its extraordinary creations, ranging from hand-cut diamonds and gems to special handmade inlays.
An array of dazzling desserts is also present at the event for the guests to enjoy, inspired by the brands’ collections.
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