The Elegant Equestrian-her simple, classic jewelry choices represent her adoration for the horse.

As a child, she fantasized about someday owning a steed until finally, her one true wish came to fruition. She competed in dressage, making sure her trainers knew of the strong relationship she had with her beloved equine, and now, she’s teaching her own children how to love the same animal who once appeared in her nightly dreams. 

1. Susan Wheeler

A natural, radiant beauty, her trademark look when dressed in her equestrian best includes a crisp white dress shirt and a pair of ethically-made silver cufflinks.

Double-sided, high-polished horse profile cufflinks made in ethically-sourced, Fairmined silver.

$500

susanwheelerdesign.com


2. Anabel Higgins

One of her most treasured possessions (and the one she wears daily) is a Mother’s Day gift from her two daughters: a simple antique horseshoe pendant containing diamonds and a sapphire.

One-of-a-kind Grace blackened silver horseshoe pendant with diamonds and a single sapphire on a silver link chain.

$1,000

anabelhiggins.com


3. Roberto Coin

Even though she’s a woman of relatively simple tastes, the Elegant Equestrian has — from time to time — splurged on herself when she sees something that speaks to her: a designer silk scarf, a pair of fine leather riding boots, or in this case, a gold and diamond bracelet.

Animalier collection 18K rose gold, diamond, and enamel flexible Horse Cuff bracelet with diamonds (0.54 TCW) and Coin’s hallmark ruby.

$27,000

robertocoin.com


4. Piaget

A born competitor, the Elegant Equestrian values the importance of time, both with her family and the animals she loves — which is why she decided long ago that she needed a reliable, beautiful timepiece that represented who she was as a person.

Limited edition Altiplano 38mm timepiece from the Secrets & Lights collection with a cloisonné enamel horse design on the dial. Made in 18K white gold and set with 78 brilliant-cut diamonds.

$64,000

piaget.com


This article originally appeared in the December 2017 edition of INSTORE.