Jewelry Trends

In Full Bloom: Gorgeous Flower Jewelry

Whether you’re looking for everyday floral jewelry or a high-jewelry masterpiece, you’ll find it here.


Flowers are a perennial source of inspiration for jewelry designers. Traditionally, designers arranged gemstones in the shape of a flower by surrounding a central stone with gemstone petals. Today, there’s a much wider range of flower jewelry, including abstract designs, pieces carved from gold or even wood, and ultra-realistic styles. 

Gorgeous Flower Jewelry

Van Cleef & Arpels

Van Cleef & Arpels Flower Jewelry

The stunning Lotus collection from Van Cleef & Arpels exclusively uses 18K white gold and diamonds to interpret the beautiful lotus flower. Each flower is outlined in white gold and composed of smaller diamonds, with a round, brilliant-cut diamond in the center. In total, these earrings feature 166 diamonds of the highest quality. 

Van Cleef & Arpels Three-flower Lotus earrings in 18K white gold with 1.44 carats diamond, $35,400

Harry Winston

Harry Winston Flower Jewelry

Flowers are a perennial inspiration for the house of Harry Winston and have been for decades. The Sunflower collection is one of the house’s icons. This signature design debuted in the 1950s and is as fresh today as it was then. These diamond earrings have a large central stone surrounded by smaller diamonds. The setting technique used on the surrounding diamonds uses one of the prongs to give a pointed effect, like a flower petal. 

Harry Winston Sunflower earrings in platinum with 5.40 carats diamond, price on request

De Beers

De Beers Flower Jewelry

We adore the Enchanted Lotus collection from De Beers. These pieces are a more abstract, geometric interpretation of flower jewelry. Each piece outlines the petals of a lotus flower in diamonds. Some feature a background of semiprecious stones, such as mother-of-pearl or turquoise, while others are open-worked. 

De Beers Enchanted Lotus ring in 18K white gold with .33 carats diamond, $3,850


Piaget Flower Jewelry

Piaget’s roses are iconic. The Parisian jeweler frequently features roses in its jewelry, as well as in some of its stunning métiers d’art watches. The Rose Palace Decoration earrings show the maison’s expert carvings. Many of the roses’ golden petals are hand-engraved, giving them a sumptuous texture. Others are polished or set with diamonds, which adds a beautiful contrast. At the center of each rose is a round, brilliant-cut diamond. 

Piaget Rose Palace Decoration earrings in 18K rose gold with 1.28 carats diamond, $22,600


Chopard Flower Jewelry

This charming bangle from Chopard is supremely romantic. The 18K rose gold bracelet has a beautiful flower with mother-of-pearl petals. Each petal is shaped like a heart and trimmed in rose gold. At the center, one of Chopard’s signature dancing diamonds spins inside a sapphire circle. 

Chopard Happy Heart bangle in 18K rose gold with mother-of-pearl and .05 carats diamond, $5,820

Silvia Furmanovich

Silvia Furmanovich

Brazilian designer Silvia Furmanovich specializes in marquetry, which she uses in her stunning flower jewelry. Her artisans carve wood and other materials to create masterful designs. These earrings feature green tourmaline with wood marquetry flowers. 

Silvia Furmanovich Marquetry earrings in 18K rose gold and wood with 13.28 carats tourmaline and .37 carats brown diamond, $8,140


Graziela ring

This unique ring from Graziela uses a background of blue rhodium to bring out the brilliance of sapphires. Rather than create individual petals, Graziela gently traces the petals’ outline, which creates more of a visual impact. The ring is set with rose-cut blue sapphires in different sizes, which sparkle brilliantly. 

Graziela Flower ring in 18K white gold and blue rhodium with 1.60 carats sapphire, $4,375

Irene Neuwirth

Irene Neuwirth necklace

This unique necklace from Irene Neuwirth evokes trips to the tropics. The one-of-a-kind necklace has carved aquamarine petals with a 5.07-carat green tourmaline center stone. The combination of colors is unusual and playful. 

Irene Neuwirth Tropical Flower necklace in 18K yellow gold with a 42.83-carat aquamarine and 5.07-carat green tourmaline, $14,460


Bulgari ring

Bulgari’s Fiorever collection highlights variations of its signature four-petal flower rendered in precious metals, diamonds, and sometimes beautiful colored gemstones. This stunning ring, with its three-dimensional elements and gorgeous fancy-cut and pear-shaped pink rubellites, brings the rosette trend to mind. 

Bulgari Fiorever ring in 18K rose gold with 0.62 carats diamond, $14,500


AS29 pansy-inspired jewels

These pansy-inspired jewels from AS29’s Bloom collection are beautiful, organic designs. Each piece features three delicate overlapping petals that give the flower volume. The ring features a 10mm flower with three pavé petals surrounding a central pink sapphire. Each petal features pink sapphires in varying hues, which add even more dimension to the sculptural design. A smattering of pink sapphires trails down the sides of the band for some extra sparkle. The bracelet has a 10mm flower on a thin rose-gold chain with a similar design. The collection comes in a variety of gemstone colors and also includes larger flowers with more gemstones and diamonds. Each piece is made to order and takes two weeks for production. 

AS29 Bloom bracelet in 18K rose gold with 0.40 carats pink sapphire, $1,500, and Bloom ring in 18K rose gold with .5 carats pink sapphire, $720

Each product on our site is independently selected by our editors. We may earn a small commission on items you purchase using our links at no extra cost to you.