This summer holds a lot of promises with modern and masculine designs that will have the wealthy buyer looking sharp. From cool Tacori cufflinks to Todd Reed’s signature rough-cut diamond rings—here are a few unique accessories that perfectly pair ruggedness with refinement.
The 1884 Collection comprises a few staggering pieces. The pinnacle of the line is an 18-karat yellow gold and sterling silver link bracelet (priced at $4,500). It is set with three antique bronze coins that date back to around AD 360 – the tail end of the reign of Roman emperor Constantius II. This piece will certainly prove popular with history aficionados who have an eye for the finer things in life.
Alex Soldier’s limited-edition Hidden Realms ring (priced at $3,900) has created a bespoke work of art – sculptural and bold. The ring’s squared-edge 18-karat rose band is inlaid with two curving strips of black diamonds. It is then topped on one side with a roughly-textured white gold frame that encircles a single white diamond.
John Hardy’s jewellery is infamous for its distinct organic elegance. The Bali-based brand’s designs for men strike the perfect balance between masculinity and sophistication, as evidenced by the textured silver and bronze chain-motif signet ring with diamonds (retailing for $2,200).
Todd Reed’s ruggedly refined sterling silver ring (selling for the whooping$13,925) is certainly a conversation starter. Topped with a 4-carat raw diamond, the perfectly edgy stone will complement a variety of styles and lifestyle choices.
Finally, there is something inherently masculine in the form of gold cufflinks. Tacori offers an eye-catching modern take on this traditional male accessory with a pair of deep crimson and brown-striped Tiger Iron stones set in 18-karat yellow gold frames and stamped with the brand’s official gem seal. They can be yours for $3,990.