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High-end jewelry brands often have stand-alone brick-and-mortar stores spread all over the world. If you’re in a large city, like London or Paris, and don’t know where the jewelry stores are, all you have to do is find the most central street.

However, things are a bit different in the US. Big brands still have exquisite stores in some of the best locations in the city, but many also have showrooms in luxury malls. This makes it easier for jewelry companies to showcase their latest collection to people who have the budget but may not be familiar with the brand.

So, if you’re thinking about adding a new high-end piece to your collection, here are some of the most well-known and most respected jewelry brands to look out for that you’ll find in luxury malls in the US.



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1. Tiffany & Co.

This jewelry brand started as Tiffany & Young and opened its first store in 1837 in New York. Today, the brand has stores all over the US, and it’s one of the most imposing presences in a luxury mall. It is also one of the most well-known brands in the world and continues to be seen as the ultimate symbol of luxurious elegance by many.

Tiffany & Co. impresses us with delicate yet impactful designs and their signature blue gift boxes. Over the years, the company released a wide range of amazing collections, but there were quite a few that made a major impact.

Take ‘Tiffany T,’ a collection designed for the modern woman who appreciates simplicity. We can’t talk about this brand and not mention ‘Return to Tiffany,’ which sweeps us off our feet with its nostalgic allure. And who can forget ‘The Blue Book’? This is where high fashion meets fine jewelry, and each piece screams grandeur.


2. Cartier

If it’s time for a jewelry update, you may want to have a look at the latest Cartier collection. The jeweler opted for reinvention this year with a collection that talks about the passage of time and our obligation to improve ourselves continuously.

Nowadays, Cartier is a towering icon in the realm of luxury jewelry. This famed brand had its humble beginnings way back in 1847 when Louis-François Cartier took over his master’s workshop. Since then, it has become synonymous with timeless elegance and exquisite craftsmanship.

The brand’s transformation is truly inspiring. From being known as “the jeweler of kings and the king of jewelers” to garnering an international clientele, Cartier carries a rich legacy behind its luxurious glow.

In terms of their collections, they are equally enchanting. For instance, the ‘Love’ collection is a romantic classic that celebrates fond attachments. Keeping that in mind, let’s explore the ‘Juste un Clou’ collection – designed to manifest modern assertiveness through simple nail-inspired designs.


luxury jewelry brand Cartier juste un clou bangle
Cartier Juste un Clou bangle with gift box and certificate.



3. Brilliant Earth

Brilliant Earth is a brand that marries high-quality materials with ethical sourcing. Founded in 2005, this unique jewelry company focuses on conflict-free diamonds and responsible mining, which is a refreshing angle in the luxury market.

Their journey started as pioneers who wanted to shake up the conventional norms. In a relatively short duration, the brand managed to spark conversations around responsibly mined gems and sustainable practices.

So, if you want sustainable jewelry, make sure to check out the new Brilliant Earth showrooms available in three luxury malls in the US.

The Brilliant Earth collections are worth checking out. For example, there’s ‘The Iconic Collection,’ which echoes timelessly classic designs meticulously crafted for everyday wear. Then, when we look at ‘The Natural Diamond Line,’ it’s a treasure trove exhibiting the beguiling allure of naturally occurring diamonds.


4. Chopard

Chopard is a name that bespeaks excellence in luxury jewelry and timepieces. Established in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard, this Swiss brand took shape as a high-end watchmaker and eventually branched out to jewelry.

What sets Chopard apart is their undying commitment to craftsmanship. From a small workshop to an internationally recognized brand, their journey has been nothing short of inspiring.

When it comes to collections, they never disappoint. Take the ‘Happy Diamonds’ collection, for example. It features freely moving diamonds that glide and spin to create a spectacle of light. And if we consider the ‘Alpine Eagle’ range, it mirrors majesty with its immaculate precision in design as well as function.



Steeped in a rich history from its inception in 1884, this Italian luxury house has established itself as a beacon of craftsmanship and design.

With Greek jeweler Sotirios Voulgaris at its helm, Bvlgari began by transforming precious stones into an elaborate blend of colors and exuberance. Their journey from a small yet praised store in Rome to international recognition is truly remarkable.

… and their collections can’t be ignored! ‘B.zero1’, for example, offers daring designs heavily inspired by Rome’s Colosseum. On the other hand, the ‘Serpenti’ collection emulates the serpentine allure often associated with power and life vitality. Who doesn’t remember the famous emeralds eyes, double-head diamond-covered snake bangle or the snake watch with diamond-halo around the dial?


Wrap Up of Jewelry Brands to Look Out For

So there you have it! Next time you set foot in a luxury mall, head to the jewelry section and check out the brands mentioned here. You won’t be disappointed by their offer!


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  1. That is true. And makes ANTIQUES ROADSHOW more enjoyable!

  2. Browsing these luxury malls educates about timeless designs. This knowledge helps you to identify timeless pieces and buy them at affordable prices when you see them.

  3. It’s been an interesting look at the high end of the jewelry market. Not that I could ever afford any of it! 😀