Jewelry & Watches

Net-a-Porter Now Sells Fine Jewelry & Watches

The luxury e-commerce site has started carrying brands like Chopard, Cartier, and Jaeger Le-Coultre.
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Once upon a time, if you wanted to buy a Gucci dress, you had to physically go to a store. Then, Net-a-Porter revolutionized luxury shopping by bringing designer clothes online. Eighteen years later, the site is doing it once more—this time with fine jewelry and watches. Never again will you have to hunt down a retailer for a Jaeger Le-Coultre rose gold and diamond Reverso watch or a pair of Buccellati Hawaii earrings. They're yours in a few clicks. Plus, same-day delivery service in New York, London, and Hong Kong means you'll be fabulously bejeweled just in time for dinner. See below for selections from Net-a-Porter's new "Fine Jewelry & Watch Suite."


Amrapali earrings, $25,995 (P1,353,312.70)


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Buccellati bracelet, $24,500 (P1275,482.25)


Foundrae necklace, $1,750 (P91,105.88)


IWC watch, $13,300 (P692,404.65)


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Pippa Small bracelet, $1,730 (P90,064.67)


Piaget necklace, $6,300 (P327,981.15)

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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