The New Fine Jewellery That You Can Buy On Net-A-Porter

Gorgeous gems you can safely purchase without stepping into a boutique.


Going online for expensive jewels may not be a preferred mode of shopping for everyone just yet, but judging by the number of new brands luxury fashion e-tailer Net-a-porter has added to its fine jewellery suite lately, it seems to be a speedily growing trend.

When buying pricey gems on Net-a-porter, customers — as always — will have access to its team of dedicated personal shoppers and unrivalled service. All personal shoppers have also received training from each of the luxury jewellery brands carried on the site, as well as from GIA (the Gemological Institute of America), meaning that they are equipped with the necessary knowledge to help you make the best choices.

We are also fans of Net-a-porter’s excellent returns and exchanges policy, which offers complimentary collection and is astonishingly hassle-free. Add to that its inspiring fashion curation (which it also applies to its fine watches and jewellery) that's always chic, and we are indeed tempted to make our first purchase from the suite (shall we start with a small, more affordable piece?).

Here some of the new brands and items available in Net-a-porter’s fine jewellery suite:

Marlo Laz's pieces are brightly coloured and inspired by exotic influences.

Got a thing for pearls? Mateo's modern designs are up your alley.

Messika's jewellery has an artistic yet urban beat.

Jacquie Aiche is known for its body chains and finger bracelets in gold and diamonds.

Selim Mouzannar's pieces reflect the Ottoman architecture and old Art Deco designs of Beirut.

For more on Watches & Jewellery, head here. Or check out Your Next Essential Accessory: The Coin Necklace and Jewellery Designer Charlotte Lynggaard Doesn’t Wear Her Wedding Ring

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