Kind of BLUE
The color blue may be associated with melancholy, but jewelry and watches appointed with icy aquamarines, luminous opals, and deep sapphires are sure to lift your mood. The sea has long been a favorite source of inspiration for designers, including those at Paris jewelry house Mathon, which often uses opals, such as the 8.63-carat gem in its Fée des Mers ring, part of a collection dedicated to novelist Jules Verne. Meanwhile, the Jellyfish collection from Nubeo, a newcomer to the watch scene, evokes its namesake ethereal sea creatures. Soothing shades of blue have never looked so exciting.
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:TIFFANY & CO.
five-strand aquamarine and diamond necklace set in platinum, $60,000, tiffany.comMATHON PARIS
Ring Fée des Mers opal ring, $44,172, mathon-paris.comJAN LESLIE
Blue Shells cufflinks in enamel-painted sterling silver, $325, janleslie.comLONGMIRE
sapphire double-stirrup cufflinks, approximately $6,400, www.longmire.co.ukSTEFANO RICCI
silver cufflinks with alligator skin, price upon request, stefanoricci.comPIAGET
Limelight Paradise earrings set with diamonds, aquamarines, and tourmalines, price upon request, piaget.comTime for BLUE
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:NUBEO
Jellyfish 43 watch with diamonds and blue topaz, $48,900, nubeo.comPIAGET
yachting-inspired Polo Limelight Paradise Tourbillon Relatif, price upon request, piaget.comJACOB & CO.
Royal Sapphire watch with 163 sapphires totaling 39.13 carats, $700,000, jacobandco.com