Tales of wonder

Home to some of the world’s most exquisite jewels and watches, the Wonder Room at Selfridges Oxford Street, London, is where fantasy meets reality.

Brands (in order of appearance): Repossi / Messika / Louis Vuitton / Carl F Bucherer / Bucherer Fine Jewellery / Vacheron Constantin / Audemars Piguet / Cartier / Chanel / Gucci / Tiffany & Co / Hublot / Chopard / Jaeger-LeCoultre / Van Cleef & Arpels / Bulgari / Chaumet

Our Wonder Room Personal Shopping Consultant, Lloyd Green, explains: “It is home to maisons rich in heritage and craftsmanship with stories that make us dream and creations that make us smile. A destination to discover that next important purchase to celebrate that precious moment in your life.” So, what will that next important purchase be you ask? Join us as we explore the most sought-after future heirlooms, from the foremost jewellers and watchmakers in the world.

Chanel - necklace and bracelet (available in store). UK shipping.


Camellia necklace and bracelet

What? 18k white-gold and diamond camellias, which can be removed and worn as a brooch.

The story: The camellia was first given to Coco Chanel by her polo-playing lover, Boy Capel, to wear as a brooch because the unscented flower wouldn’t clash with her No.5 perfume.

Last word: Roses, schmoses. The camellia is the flower of romance now. 

Repossi - ear cuff, bracelet and ring (available in store). UK shipping.


Blast necklace, ring and ear cuff

What? 18k black gold (a signature of the brand) and pear-shaped white diamonds.

The story: The collection was inspired by the handcrafted stacked jewellery seen in tribal and African cultures. Layers of iridescent sparkles? What’s not to love. 

Last word: Its name – Blast – is taken from the joyous feeling that came from the design process.

Tiffany & Co - bracelet, necklace and brooch (available in store). UK shipping.
Tiffany & Co - bracelet, necklace and brooch (available in store). UK shipping.

Tiffany & Co

The Stitches bracelet

What? 18k gold with 331 round diamonds.

The story: The beautiful honeycomb-effect diamonds mean light radiates through it.

Last word: It brings a whole new meaning to the compliment: ‘You’re glowing’.


The Tassel necklace

What? 114ct cabochon-cut turquoise stones.

The story: Inspired by the Caribbean Sea, you can almost hear the sound of waves as the diamond-studded tassels swish together.

Last word: ASMR in jewellery form. Oh, and it’s the only one in the world.


The Bird on A Rock brooch

What? A striking 37.09ct oval-cut pink tourmaline.

The story: Tiffany & Co legend Jean Schlumberger first designed it in 1956 as the mounting of the ‘Tiffany Diamond’, one of the largest yellow diamonds ever discovered.

Last word: Fly my pretties, this is an iconic piece of Tiffany & Co history – arguably more iconic than the duck-egg-blue box…

Chopard - bracelet, necklace and watch. UK shipping.


Happy Diamond watch

What? 18k rose-gold case, textured mother-of-pearl dial, 3.0700ct diamonds, leather strap.

The story: The first to showcase moving diamonds freed from their settings back in 1976 – designer Ronald Kurowski was inspired by the glistening droplets of a waterfall, seen while on a walk in the Black Forest, Germany.

Last word: Proof that you should always take the scenic route. 

Chaumet - bracelets and necklace (available in store). UK shipping.


Bee My Love necklace and bracelet

What? Y-shaped 18k rose gold and brilliant-cut diamonds.

The story: The collection celebrates the relationship between Napoleon I and founding jeweller, Marie-Etienne Nitot, who created bumblebee brooches to signify the emperor’s divine and eternal power.

Last word: The hexagonal links mean they can be stacked with similar pieces in the collection – each hexagon is painstakingly polished by hand, so it catches the light from all angles. 

Bucherer - bracelet and necklace (available in store), ring. International shipping.
Bucherer Fine Jewellery - bracelet and necklace (available in store), ring. International shipping.

Bucherer Fine Jewellery

Soirée necklace and bracelet

What? 18k white-gold with pear-shaped diamonds in a four-prong setting.

The story: Founded in 1888, Bucherer Fine Jewellery has grown from a small family-owned business into one of the world’s foremost experts in diamond jewellery.

Last word: Refined? Check. Elegant? Check. Feminine? Yep, that too.

Peekaboo ring

What? Nine brilliant-cut diamonds and 10.74ct aquamarine, with outsized diamond-pavé prongs and a cushion-cut shape developed specifically for the collection.

The story: Inspired by the whimsical and romantic style of Marie Antoinette.

Last word: Move over rubies, emeralds and sapphires: pastel gemstones are the future. 

Messika - bracelet and necklace (available in store). International shipping.


The Love Knot bracelet and necklace

What? Pear-cut diamonds in invisible overlap settings.

The story: The connections between the stones are imperceptible, giving the illusion that they’re floating in a line together.

Last word: “Look at my jewellery, I’m lethal,” says Beyoncé in the video for ‘APESH**T’, wearing a necklace by Messika. Enough said.

Bulgari - earrings, bracelet and necklace. EU shipping.


Serpenti bracelet, earrings and necklace

What? 18k white-gold with brilliant-cut diamonds.

The story: The diamonds have been arranged by master craftsmen in Rome to resemble a serpent’s scales.

Last word: Richard Burton once famously said “the only word that Elizabeth [Taylor] knows in Italian is Bulgari”. The Hollywood actress first wore a Serpenti bracelet on the set of Cleopatra in 1962. If it’s good enough for Liz, it’s good enough for us.

Cartier - watch cuff, necklace and bracelet (available in store). EU shipping.
Cartier - watch cuff, necklace and bracelet (available in store). EU shipping.


Manchette watch cuff

What? Handcrafted 18k gold with a dainty 2mm case.

The story: The supple, open-work maillon links (similar to a carabiner in style) give a soft movement on the wrist, inspired by a panther slinking through the jungle.

Last word: “Jewellery first, timepiece second” is how Cartier describes its iconic Panthère collection, first launched in the ’80s.

Seeing is believing – explore the Louis Vuitton New Fine Jewellery Collection and the Audemars Piguet Millenary watch in the Wonder Room, Selfridges Oxford Street, London.