December 3, 2021  •  5min read

Top 6 Jewelry Designers You Should Know

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Jewelry has always been a number one accessory. Unique earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings have become essential statement pieces and daily accessories through the many decades and trends. Whether it’s gold, silver, pearl, rose gold, diamond, or other adorning stones, an excellent jewelry piece is a perfect addition to your overall outfit and sets another layer of elegance. Even though we love the jewelry we have at home, we can’t get enough of them and we’re always on the lookout for new pieces to add to our collection. This is why we should invest in designer jewelry brands for the best jewelry that we can pass on for generations.

Whether it’s the classic Mikimoto pearl necklace or the well-known Love Bracelet from Cartier, you can get the best sets of jewelry if you know which jewelry designer to go for. In this article, we’ll be looking at the six best jewelry brands in the market. This includes the ones you’re probably familiar with, like Chanel and Gucci, to brands that have been working on some fine jewelry pieces for so many years.


Cartier is a classic jewelry brand that was founded in Paris by Louis-Francois Cartier in 1847. This brand has evolved by welcoming free spirits and visionaries into the family and results in a constant pioneering spirited brand to this day. 

Cartier pushes the boundaries, with their products revealing beauty by embarking on a journey to embrace the rich cultural diversity which fuels their creative energy. Check out their iconic love bracelets or necklace made by the Maison with unique aesthetics and icons that originate from their roots yet still appear timeless.  

Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co is one of the most iconic jewelry brands that date back from 1837 by 25-year-old Charles Lewis Tiffany and his friend John B Young. They started by opening a fancy and stationery goods store in New York.

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The store located on Broadway then quickly became an established go-to boutique for the trendy ladies looking for American-style jewels with a slight influence associated with the Victorian age.

Besides the classic Audrey Hepburn film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, today, Tiffany still holds their legacy as the most innovative one of the most brands by using unique metal such as alloy. With their 175th anniversary, they created an elegant yet warm metal design to mimic the early morning sky featured in the Return to Tiffany 1837 jewelry collections. 

David Yurman

The history of David Yurman dates back to 1958, where 15-year-old David Yurman was deep into the art scene and selling his sculptures at the time. After working as a sculptor for another decade, he met a painter named Sybil, where the two felt an instant chemistry and got married years later.

Sybil requested a piece of art that she could wear to the gallery; this request turned out to be David’s first jewelry creation. He eventually launched his own brand in 1980, with both David and Sybil Yurman committing to creating artistic jewelry pieces. Today, the David Yurman brand is known for its unique use of materials. They were the first big jewelry designers to set diamonds in sterling silver and use exotic materials such as forged carbon, black titanium and meteorite.


Since 1921, House of Gucci has been the famous Italian luxury brand known for their bags and shoes, but they also present a constantly new jewelry line that you can’t miss. Their desirable and extravagant products are made to be worn every day, with their creative director Alessandro Michele reimagining the pieces and mashing up stylish details throughout history with glittering gems. Gucci is the peak of Italian craftsmanship, with their products setting new standards and attention to detail.

Their jewelry collection includes the Icon collection with warm and elegant motifs. Others include their flora collection with a feminine and romantic collection of charms that feature gems, encrusted flowers, hand-painted butterflies, and many more that will add a fine addition to your shiny collection.


Kokichi Mikimoto is the man who made the first cultured pearl in 1893. Since then, he began to pursue his lifelong dream of adorning every woman’s neck with pearls. This dream has lived on for over a century through the company that carries his name, still dedicating themselves in search of true beauty.

Today, the Mikimoto jewelry is known for using the finest materials, including 18k gold, platinum and all-natural gemstones that have not been colored and irradiated, along with the finest silk thread quality. You can find Mikimoto’s jewelry by looking if the piece has an oyster outline or if they have a distinctive engraving of the “M” signature logo charm.


The Chanel brand has always been for the wealthy since their arrival scene in the later 1920s. Their jewelry was made entirely from precious stones and metals. Even though Coco Chanel has a spectacular jewelry collection, she prefers to mix the pieces with costume jewelry. Chanel was known to layer stacks of faux pearls and necklaces that perfectly contrast her minimalistic designs.

The Chanel brand still praises Coco Chanel’s core beliefs that jewelry should be a good mix of fine and costume jewelry. This is so wearers can stack up inexpensive jewels that you can pair perfectly with their ensemble. Coco’s iconic designs are just as popular today as they were in the 1920s.

Guntur author at Bali Wedding
Guntur has been writing tips and tricks for weddings in Bali since 2020. He has written everything from preparing a pre-wedding in Bali to the best wedding dress and makeup you should choose for a wedding in paradise.

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