Commit These Top Designer Jewelry Brands to Memory

On the whole, jewelry never goes out of style. No matter the decade or the trend, the unique designs of earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings have served as both statement pieces and daily accessories. Whether pearl, gold, silver, rose gold, diamond, or something else entirely, a good jewelry piece can stand alone, completing your outfit and adding the right amount of elegance and sparkle. As much as we love our day-to-day pieces, though, we're always on the hunt for new ones to add to our collection, ones we will hopefully be able to pass on as family heirlooms. And so, more often than not, to acquire a piece that will outlast trends and generations, you have to invest in designer jewelry brands.

Whether it's a renowned Cartier Love Bracelet or a classic Mikimoto pearl necklace, there are so many designers elevating jewelry and creating pieces that are worth every penny. To streamline the best designer jewelry brands in the market for you, we decided to put the 10 best in this article. From brands whose clothing you already love (hi, Hermès and Chanel) to labels who've been perfecting their craft for so many years, make sure you commit them to your memory.

Tiffany & Co.

Blame it on the classic Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffany's, but there's something undeniably timeless about anything from this age-old jewelry designer.

If you didn't know, chain jewelry is a big trend for 2020.

Cartier

Another classic jewelry brand is Cartier. Get yourself one of its iconic Love bracelets or something classic such as a necklace.

Not a TSA-friendly bracelet, but still very pretty.

David Yurman

David Yurman emerged onto the jewelry scene in 1980, but that hasn't stopped it from creating pieces destined to be in your jewelry box forever. If you're buying your first piece, go for something that feature's the brand's signature rope-style twist.

Mikimoto

If you aren't familiar with Mikimoto, it's about to become one of your favorite designers yet. The Japanese jewelry brand's founder is known as the first to create cultured pearls, which means you know that this brand will have some of the best out there.

Bvlgari

If you're looking for something that feels more exotic than your classic gems, Bvlgari's pieces feel like those Cleopatra might wear if she were alive today.

This is easily one of the coolest rings you'll have.

We're loving the fan-like pendant on this necklace. 

Harry Winston

Could there be anything more lust-worthy than something from Harry Winston? As the brand responsible for some of the most famous diamonds to date, there's no doubt any piece from the designer is worth the investment.

The shinier, the better.

Price available upon request from the brand.

Opt for a classic diamond in a pear shape. 

Price available upon request from the brand.

We're in love with these drop earrings.

Price available upon request from the brand.

Hermès

When it comes to luxury, no one does it quite like Hermès. Sure, you know the brand for its signature Birkin Bag, but it also has some amazing jewelry worthy of a spot in your collection, too.

Chopard

Perhaps you've become familiar with Chopard with its luxury watches, which feature the brand's signature Happy Diamonds. Well, its jewelry equally as cool. Whether you opt for a piece that features the Happy Diamonds or not, these pieces are sure to stand out.

If you're looking for a good rose gold ring, this one is for you. 

Chanel 

No matter what you get from Chanel—whether it's a classic handbag, a ready-to-wear piece, or something else, you know it'll be the epitome of chic. If you're looking for something to wear every day, embrace the famous fashion house with a shiny bauble.

This ring is a surefire conversation starter. 

Van Cleef & Arpels

French luxury jewelry and watch designer Van Cleef & Arpels carries a unique, old-school touch to all of its pieces. If you aren't sure where to start, get yourself something that showcases the brand's classic Clover motif, or a simple bracelet to wear with all of your ensembles. There's no going wrong here.

Once you've done the shopping, make sure you're cleaning all your diamond jewelry properly by following this foolproof method.

This story was originally published at an earlier date and has been updated by Dale Chong.