Treat­ing your­self to a piece of high jew­ellery? Make it count. Choose a ver­sa­tile piece that can be worn in dif­fer­ent ways

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Ex­quis­ite ex­am­ples of high jew­ellery that lend them­selves to be­ing worn in dif­fer­ent ways

AMAZ­ING BLUES Chow Tai Fook’s La Danse de Temps high jew­ellery neck­lace, set with tan­zan­ite, sap­phires, di­a­monds, rock crys­tals, chal­cedony and pearls, can be trans­formed into a pair of ear­rings, a ring and a bracelet

SU­PER SPARKLERS The cen­tral piece of this ex­trav­a­gant neck­lace by Graff, which is set with yel­low and white di­a­monds to­talling an as­tound­ing 186 carats, can be de­tached and worn as a brooch

COLOUR-CRAZED This ex­cep­tional neck­lace by Mous­saieff is set with a suite of ex­quis­ite gems, in­clud­ing vi­o­let and pink sap­phires and rose-cut di­a­monds. This grand piece can also be worn as a brooch or a sim­pler neck­lace

OP­U­LENT ORBS The bow and egg of the Sum­mer in Provence neck­lace by Fabergé, which is em­bel­lished with di­a­monds, moth­erof-pearl, nat­u­ral pearls, white opals and enamel, can be de­tached and worn as brooches or sim­pler pen­dants

SPREAD YOUR WINGS This fine flut­tery jewel from Dami­ani’s But­ter­fly col­lec­tion, which is set with sap­phires and di­a­monds and can be fur­ther em­bel­lished with emer­alds, ru­bies or amethysts, can be worn as a pen­dant, brooch or ring

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