When it comes to information, accuracy is vital. This is the main reason why I thought you should know that a top of most luxurious jewelry brands has been made.
The Luxury Institute conducted a research among 500 subjects with net worths averaging $15.1 million inquiring them on just few important aspects for each name of the 20 listed for the purpose.
Superior quality, uniqueness and exclusivity, social status, customer service. Now let’s take a look at the result:
On first came Harry Winston where the opening price is around $3.700 for a small pair of diamond earrings and go up to multimillions.
On second is Buccellati, worldwide known for customizing each item, thus excelling in “luxury and exclusivity” key point.
On third is Van Cleef & Arpels, the jewelry of the stars, clearly positioning lately as high jewelry with “Ballet PrÃ©cieux”, a 80-piece collection.
The fourth place is taken by Graff, the ultraexclusive luxury brand knowing success levels never touched before with average sales transactions of $400.000.
Fifth choice is Tiffany, “an American classic” in alert expansion on asian markets.
On sixth comes Piaget (with a $2.5 million watch launched last year)
Cartier is the seventh choice in this study (who is reportedly thinking of splitting the jewelry and tobacco holdings)
Eighth position is occupied by Chopard, one of the most loved brands for red carpet appearances.
Bulgari occupies the ninth place with prices right under $200 to over $38,000 (on their site), recording an important 14.3 percent raise in jewelry sales.
On last comes Mikimoto mostly known for the Miss Universe Crown.
What do you think? Is this top useful, or it’s purely uninteresting for when you like something, it doesn’t matter who signs the design, you just have to have it even if it’s not tagged with some heavy signature?