If the principles of geometry were taught with the aid of diamonds, coloured gemstones and precious metals, you may have been more inspired by your mathematics classes.
Perhaps these intriguing designs—which break away from traditional shapes to make room for edgy architectural elements—will ignite you interest:
The Ultimate Marble Marquetry watch is inspired by the star-shaped pattern in the marble floor of Harry Winston’s flagship store on New York’s Fifth Avenue. The face of this spectacular cocktail timepiece is framed by 10 pear-cut sapphires separated by pairs of brilliant-cut diamonds set in platinum.
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The Bouton d’or necklace features a graphic bead-like motif crafted in yellow gold, diamonds, lapis lazuli and turquoise.
Geometric earrings in white gold set with brilliant- and cushion-cut emeralds, sapphires, opals and diamonds, from the Extremely Piaget collection.
Retro-inspired Serpenti Viper bangles in pink gold set with diamonds and carnelian.
Hawaii pendant earrings in yellow and white gold set with diamonds.
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Bracelet in platinum set with tsavorites and diamonds from the Vivid Dreams—The Extraordinary Colors of Tiffany collection.
Volupté Diamant ring in white gold set with yellow diamonds, emeralds and a ruby, from the Dior à Versailles collection.