I have yet to come across a woman who doesn’t adore receiving an extravagant piece of jewellery from the man she loves.
While fine jewellery may seem frivolous to many, the fact of the matter is that precious jewels have the ability to transcend time and remain in tact for generations to come as a symbol of the love between two people.
Luxe high Life takes a look at the top 10 classic pieces sure to put a huge smile on her face for many happy years to come.

One of the prettiest pieces in the Tiffany & Co. collection, the bow pendent is simple yet incredibly elegant. Available in two sizes, mini and medium, it is can be purchased in sterling silver, 18-karat yellow gold and platinum with round brilliant diamonds as seen in the photo above. Prices range from: $200 - $2,200

There is something so undeniably alluring about the elegance of Hermes accessories. Perhaps it’s their prestige or classic design but one thing is for sure, we are in love with their beautiful enamel bracelets. Adored by celebrities such as Nicole Richie, Hillary Duff and Victoria Beckham, they are available in a wide range of colours: orange, purple, blue, red, green, brown and yellow.

Lunched in 1999, on the cusp of a new millennium, Bvlgari’s very successful industrial designed B.zero1 ring is a fusion of two hallmarks of the Bvlgari iconography: the Tubogas motif and the distinctive Bvlgari logo. Today, the beautiful piece is available in a variety of materials including: sterling silver, steel, marble, ceramic, perals, yellow gold, rose gold, white gold and platinum. Prices start form $537 Url: 
Prices start form $537

In 2013, Tiffany & Co. introduced a new collection of their timeless Roman numeral-themed Atlas jewellery. First launched in 1955 by John Loring, the line is named after the storied clock that sits perched above Tiffany & Co.’s Fifth Avenue headquarters in New York. The latest pieces introduced to the collection are Roman numeral style bangles available in sterling silver, 18k rose, yellow and white gold with diamonds. Chic and sophisticated, they are perfect for both casual and elegant attire.
Prices start from $875

A part from its beautifully quilted bag, Chanel’s pearl necklace is one of the label’s most recognizable accessory pieces. Chic, elegant and sophisticated, the costume jewellery pearls featuring the brand’s double C logo are perfect for both nighttime and daytime wear. The necklace is available in a wide range of colours, lengths and layers.
Prices start from: $1,500

Nothing says “I love you” more than a spectacular Chopard Necklace. Inspired by the East, the necklace features an “Imperiale” openwork motif that is a stylized four-sided flower shape. Delicate, youthful and feminine in style, the necklace also showcases the recognized Chopard “C” initial. It is exclusively available in 18-karat rose gold.
Price: $6,880

Crafting fine jewellery since 1906, Van Cleef & Arpels is one of the most prestigious high-end brands in the fine jewelry industry. Its elegant “Alhambra” motif is widely seen throughout its collections and is one of the brand’s most popular designs among celebrities and aristocrats. The “Magic Alhambra” earrings crafted in 18-karat gold and Mother-of-Pearl make the perfect timeless gift.
Price: $11,900

Cascading diamond earrings are a sure way to any girl’s heart. Piaget, a Swiss luxury watchmakers and jewelers, have for many years, been crafting some of the most spectacular earrings in the industry. The 18-karat white gold earrings above feature 19 brilliant-cut diamonds and 12 marquise-cut diamonds. Price is available on request from the brand.

Cartier’s 1969 Love Collection bracelets have become an iconic symbol of infinite love for loved up couples across the globe. Bringing new meaning to the idiom “shackles of love,” the elegant and minimalist 18-karat yellow gold bangle closes via a screw, which can be tightened by an ergonomic screwdriver. The beautiful piece is available in yellow gold, rose gold, white gold and platinum.
Prices start from $1500

Jeanne Toussaint, Cartier’s Director of High Jewellery in the 1940s, designed Cartier’s most enduring symbol, the Panthère. A symbol of independence, power and beauty, the motif is found in many of the French brand’s collections. Its most sought after piece, however, is the Panthère bracelet, which is available in yellow gold, onyx, lacquer and garnet.
Price: $31,500