WE ’RE LOV­ING…

…This neck­lace from GR AFF. Fea­tur­ing a mag­nif­i­cent 53.94-carat emer­ald-cut yel­low di­a­mond, set amidst a bed of white di­a­monds in a myr­iad of cuts, this neck­lace is a work of art that presents the gift of Mother Na­ture through mas­terly skills.

Harper's Bazaar (Singapore) - - THE JEWELS & WATCHES -

CHURCHILL’S L’S CHOICE

One of his­tory’s most piv­otal char­ac­ters,

Sir Win­ston

Churchill’s

11-year ten­ure as the Prime Min­is­ter is­ter of the United King­dom ng­dom saw his vast in­flu­ence in guid­ing idi g the ththe course co of the mod­ern world. What’s a lesser known fact about the man is his de­voted pa­tron­age of Breguet:

He was of­ten spot­ted wear­ing his Breguet

No. 765, a rattrapante chronograph, through­out ut his life. For the biopic, DarkestHour, Breguet pro­duced a replica of the beloved watch that saw Gary Old­man win­ning Best Ac­tor for his por­trayal of the leg­endary man.

Steel and di­a­mond Arceau Cavales in 36mm, $14,300; 28mm, $11,890, Her­mès White gold, plat­inum and white and yel­low di­a­mond neck­lace, GRAFF From top: The Dark­est Hour film poster. A recre­ation of Churchill’s Breguet No. 765

White gold and di­a­mond Camélia Pré­cieux ban­gle, $17,650; open ring, $14,000; ear­rings, $14,550, Chanel

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