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Valentine's Day is coming up. Are you still searching for the perfect Valentine's gift?  Girls, you better get your hint-dropping plans ready, for CARAT* London has just released three new dazzling collections.

 

The double-banded Cora ring would be the perfect Valentine's Day gift, with its motif of love embodied in the eye-catching heart-shaped stone, accentuated by microset gems. The design also comes in stud earrings, a slider bracelet, and a pendant necklace.

The slider bracelet is one of the most popular pieces by this leading fashion jewellery brand. The Celestia Bracelets come in two colours--the stunning white gold and the elegant rose gold finish. With the lucky star as the centrepiece to the design, the adjustable chain sliders easily become the two brilliant trails of stardust that trail down your wrist. What could be more romantic than having your lover give you a star on Valentine's Day?


If you are looking for something bolder, the Victoria Collection is just for you. It displays the perfect combination of modernity and femininity with the delicate pear-shaped key stone embedded in the centre of this sharp geometrical design.

With such a versatile collection, you are sure to find a piece to go with every outfit in your wardrobe. Is nudging your boyfriend too much of a hassle? Spoil yourself and get them all!

 

 

Celestia Bracelet- Rose Gold finish or White Gold finish   HK$1,020
Cora Ring - Rose Gold or White Gold finish    HK$1,080
Cora Pendant   HK$920
Cora Necklace   HK$1,200
Cora Earrings- Rose Gold or White Gold finish.   HK$780
Cora Bracelet - Rose Gold or White Gold finish  HK$1,020
Victoria Ring   HK$700
Victoria Bracelet   HK$1,520
Victoria Earrings   HK$660

 

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Written by Sharon Yeung