Jewelry Trends

Heart Jewelry for Valentine’s Day and Beyond

Show your love year-round with a gorgeous piece of heart jewelry.

Katherine Jetter necklace and Emily P Wheeler ring

Many girls’ first piece of “nice” jewelry is a heart-shaped sterling silver best-friend’s necklace, so it’s no surprise that heart jewelry remains a popular style for women of all ages. 

While a traditional heart-shaped pendant is a classic gift, there are also many modern pieces of heart-shaped jewelry that people are buying for themselves. Some designers use unexpected gemstones, like a brilliant green emerald, cut into the shape of a heart, while others use innovative diamond-setting techniques for a new look for the classic heart-shaped pendant. Our selection also includes many chic, contemporary interpretations of traditional heart-shaped jewelry that even the most anti-romantic person is sure to love. Designers use hearts in a variety of ways. Many designers, like Anita Ko, make luxurious heart-shaped tennis bracelets and necklaces that are perfect for stacking. They’re also a great spin on the classic tennis bracelet, which typically has round brilliant-cut diamonds. 

While heart-shaped jewelry is a classic gift for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and anniversaries, you don’t need to wait for a special evening to wear it. Whatever the occasion, you’re sure to find the perfect gift here. 

Heart Jewelry for Valentine’s Day and Beyond


Cadar’s Endless cocktail ring is one of the most innovative rings we have seen. This ring has three movable heart-shaped sections set within each other. You can wear the ring with all of them flat — or open the hearts to create a piece full of volume and movement. The edge of each heart is set with pavé diamonds, which give an unexpected flash of sparkle when worn open. The way the ring opens also evokes flittering butterfly wings. The Endless collection has a large selection of heart-shaped rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.

Anita Ko

Even Anita Ko, the queen of cool-girl bling, embraces heart jewelry. This tennis bracelet features heart-shaped diamonds set in 18K rose gold. In total, nearly 7 carats of diamonds are in each bracelet. It’s a beautiful symbol of love, and it is great for stacking with other bracelets, including a classic tennis bracelet.


One of Chopard’s signature designs is the Happy Hearts jewelry collection, which features a dizzying array of heart jewelry. This bracelet is a subtle way to wear your heart on your sleeve. The triple-coil bracelet has a pink heart on one end and a petite clear heart on the other. Within this small heart is another Chopard signature, a floating diamond. This bezel-set diamond twirls within its heart-shaped setting as you move.

Jennifer Meyer

Jennifer Meyer is known for her gorgeous heart necklaces, which come in a wide variety of styles. This heart necklace is set with rose-cut diamonds. With their subtle sparkle, rose-cut diamonds are considered to be one of the more romantic diamond cuts. It’s a classic Valentine’s Day gift that she’ll wear all year long.

Emily P Wheeler

Independent jeweler Emily P Wheeler frequently uses heart motifs in her jewelry collections, which are filled with colorful gemstones and bright enamel. This Elsa ring has two heart-shaped rubellites surrounded by white enamel. It’s a playful version of a toi-et-moi ring.

Moritz Glik

Moritz Glik’s Kaleidoscope Shaker collection is instantly recognizable. Glik places loose diamonds and gemstones within a white sapphire crystal (like a watch case), where they shake, shake, shake as you move. Loose diamonds fill this substantial heart pendant necklace.

Logan Hollowell

Using an emerald instead of a traditional pink or red gemstone adds a unique twist to this choker necklace from Logan Hollowell. This yellow gold necklace features a 2.78-carat heart-shaped Zambian emerald. It’s elegant, and the shorter length makes it ultra-modern.


Bayco is an expert at colored gemstones and is known for having some of the finest and rarest gemstones in the world. The New York-based jeweler also uses colored gemstones in its fine-jewelry collections, and it frequently uses them in its heart-shaped jewelry. This necklace features three heart-shaped pink sapphires separated by sparkling diamonds. The pink sapphires increase in size, and together they make quite a statement.


At first glance, this ring from Parisian jeweler Repossi looks like a modern, abstract piece of jewelry. However, it hides a secret. The ring itself is shaped like a heart, and you slip your finger through it. The point is on one side, so if you wear it with the point up, it looks like a cool spiked ring. It only reveals its true shape from the side. The Antifer ring comes in 18K white and rose gold, and it comes with or without diamonds. The diamond version features diamonds on the side of the ring only — another little secret for the wearer.

Harwell Godfrey

We love these sweet stud earrings from Harwell Godfrey. The earrings are made from 18K yellow gold. One half highlights the polished gold, and the other half is set with pavé diamonds. This pair is sold as a set, but you can also buy single studs.

Leigh Maxwell

This beautiful necklace from Leigh Maxwell uses 18K yellow gold hearts to reenvision the tennis necklace. It features puffy gold hearts that encircle the neck. The hearts are crafted from the brand’s signature matte yellow gold, so it has a warm color and texture and doesn’t look too bright and shiny. The necklace closes with a hidden box clasp, so if it turns around while you wear it, it’ll still look beautiful. It’s elegant and great for stacking. There’s also a version with heart-shaped diamonds if you want an upgraded version of this piece.


This sweet necklace from Foundrae has a miniature heart-shaped charm that hangs from a gold circle attached to a thin gold chain. The heart is engraved and symbolizes the seven classic types of love defined by ancient Greek philosophers. Foundrae frequently uses a heart motif in its collections, and it comes in many sizes. You can buy additional charms to add to the pendant.


Go all-in on romance with these Wave earrings from Piranesi. Instead of a classic heart shape, they have an organic, wavy look, which makes them ultra-wearable. You can wear them with the heart positioned in the classic way or turn them on their sides. When worn sideways, they don’t look like a heart at first glance, which some people might appreciate and makes them a bit more wearable. These beautiful earrings have more than 8 carats of yellow sapphire in different sizes.

Sydney Evan

This bangle from Los Angeles-based jewelry company Sydney Evan is studded with diamond-set hearts. The top of the bracelet features five hearts, and the bottom half is smooth, polished gold. In total, it has 50 round brilliant-cut diamonds. This piece is great for wearing alone or paired with more bracelets.

Katherine Jetter

Say “I love you” with this pink heart-shaped necklace from Katherine Jetter. It features a 1.90-carat pink tourmaline surrounded by dark pink enamel. The enamel perfectly complements the hue of the tourmaline and makes it look a little bit larger, too. It comes on an 18” adjustable chain, so you can wear it at several different lengths.

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