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When travelling, protecting your jewelry and other valuables should always be top priority. But entering or exiting a country can be tricky because of inspections, security, duties, and the like. Check out below for some important tips to ensure a worry-free flight with your favourite statement pieces:


  1. 1.  Have It Covered
  2. ●  Make sure your jewelry is properly insured. When it comes to your homeowners or rental policy, jewelry typically is insured only up to about $1,000, so if you lose your $6,000 engagement ring, you could be out $5,000.
  3. ●  Be certain that you have worldwide jewelry coverage. Some coverage plans only offer protection in the US – not so helpful if you’re heading to Mexico.
  4. ●  Before you leave, have a current appraisal done on your jewelry and have your items re-evaluated to current values and replacement costs. Then, have your insurance coverage adjusted accordingly. You don’t want to be caught in a situation where you don’t have enough insurance in the event of loss, theft or damage. Source: Jewelers Mutual

  1. 2.  Carry it on
  2. ●  Never put jewelry in checked baggage. Instead, wear it or stow it in your carryon bag. If you wear it, take extra care by slipping a pendant inside a sweater or turning your ring so only the band shows. Source: The Blonde Abroad

  1. 3.  Proof of Ownership
  2. ●  You may not be able to pre-register jewelry if it does not have unique, permanent markings. Canada can apply a sticker to the pieces but that may not suffice if you need to remove it. You should therefore take at least some of the following steps to ensure you can prove prior ownership before you get to the border:
  3. ●  Obtain an appraisal report and a signed and dated photograph of each piece of jewelry
  4. ●  Obtain written certification that the items or jewelry in the photographs are the ones described in the appraisal report.
  5. ●  Bring any other documents you may have that fully describe the item—such as sales receipts, insurance policies as forms of proof. Source: EzBorderCrossing


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It must be one of your wildest dreams, when you become a jewelry designer to win an award at a prestigious jewelry show such as Couture in Las Vegas. For Mizuki, the New York based designer, this dream has come true. Having recently won “Best Pearl Design” from the 2016 Couture Design Awards (the global awards for designer fine jewelry) proves that her minimalistic and graceful vision of pearl jewelry has been recognized.

Black Tahitian
Pearl Bar Earrings

White Freshwater Pearl
with Diamond Ball Earrings

White Freshwater Pearl
and Diamond Open Cuff

Open Diamond and Black
Tahitian Pearl Ring

When choosing a necklace, it is important to consider the neckline of your outfit.  Below are some tips for choosing the right necklace for different necklines:

Ginette NY Mini Unchained Necklace

Asymmetric Necklines
Look for necklaces that aren’t symmetrical, instead a necklace that has its own asymmetry can work, alternatively a long string of different sized and shaped beads can work well. Source: InsideOutStyleBlog


This is a matchy matchy area. Wear a necklace in a similar triangular V- shape that ends just above the neckline. Source: VanityNoApologies

Button Down Necklines

You can get a little creative with a button down neckline. A short, chunky choker peeking out from under the collar creates a brooch-like aesthetic. Or, a mid-length pendant worn over the collar complements the shape and angles of the top. Source: ModCloth

Sweetheart Necklines

The sweetheart neckline is a wide one so the necklace should be able to balance your look. Necklaces made of large, worked metal links that sit flat against the chest and encircle the neck work very well as do necklaces that have an angular appearance, mimicking the neckline as they balance the neckline. Source: Kamdora

Collared Necklines

A sparkling statement necklace will look elegant and cool next to zippers with brassy hardware and a buttoned to the collar top (especially if that top is made of leather). Source: StyleCaster

The right necklace will not only enhance an outfit but can also truly balance a look.


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Nektar De Stagni is an American designer whose designs use a playful balance of contrasting materials and ideas, resulting in objects that are both elegant and relaxed, classic and contemporary. Centered around the recontextualization of pure and traditional materials such as pearls and gold through modern forms and applications.





Mini Pearl & Onyx Cube Open Ring



Onyx Cube & Mini Pearl Earring


Single Spike Earring



Spike Pearl Gold Charm Pendant Necklace




Spike Pearl Ring


Recently awarded “Best in Diamonds” from the 2016 Couture Design Awards (the global awards for designer fine jewelry) and also having been featured in countless editorials, Yannis Sergakis is one designer to keep your eyes on.

As an Exclusive Retailer in Canada for Yannis Sergakis Adornments, it is our pleasure to showcase Sergakis' work alongside some of the world’s most sought after retailers including Le Bon Marche (Paris), Lane Crawford (Hong Kong) and Barneys (Tokyo).


An elegant hinge used by jewellers in centuries past
to tie precious metals and stones together

With summer here, wedding season is in full swing. While it may not be your special day, finding the perfect piece to complement your outfit can be stressful. Whether you are attending a casual wedding or something formal, we have some suggestions that will make heads turn.

 Just remember, don’t outshine the bride… too much.  ;)


Casual weddings are huge in the summer, though finding the perfect outfit to match the dress code can be tough. Keep the outfit simple and chic with a touch of fine-playfulness such as Ruifier Emoji necklace pictured below that will sure to take it to the next level.

Ruifier Petit Lei Pendant

Maria Black Revier Diamond Ear Cuff


Beach weddings are a summer favourite. While these weddings can often be casual, we recommend to keep things light and flowy and of course have your sun-ready accessories on hand.

Ginette NY Diamond Wise Earrings

Adeline Cacheux Pure Circles Necklace


There is nothing more romantic then being surrounded by the tranquility of nature and lush gardens. This is the chance to show off your cocktail attire with a simple yet bold accessory that will help punch up your outfit.

Mizuki White Freshwater Pearl and
Diamond Lariat Necklace

Yannis Sergakis Adornments Liens 
Yellow Gold Diamond Bracelet


A black tie wedding is a formal event that are often a nighttime affair. Dress to impress with gowns and bling and of course we suggest to complete your look with a single stand out piece that makes a statement all on its own.

Melaine Georgacopoulos 
Sliced Pearl Bracelet

Yvonne Léon Dessous D'oreille 
5 Diamond Earring with Diamond Bee Stud

Still need help?

Do not hesitate to contact us, we would be happy to help you find
something special to help you survive this wedding season.

Introducing the New Collection



Adeline Cacheux is constantly reinventing her work each season using a mix of sterling silver and gold to create Parisian casual chic yet timeless jewelry.  Pure Circles uses clean lines to create pieces that have a rock 'n' roll aesthetic with a touch of sophistication.

Adeline's hoops have a new take on the traditional style. Instead of the earring going through the hole, her design sits on the surface of the ear lobe and face out.

Pure Circles Hoop Earrings

Pure Circles Large Hoop Earrings

If you are lucky enough to have a great mom, mother-in-law, grandmother, wife, daughter, sister or strong female role model, Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation and spoil them with the perfect gift.

Here are some of our picks...

KAVUT is delighted to be hosting a trunk show with TASAKI, 
for the first time in Canada.

TASAKI x KAVUT will be featuring a range of pieces from the TASAKI main collection 
designed by Creative Director Thakoon Panichgul along with M/G TASAKI, designed with Melanie Georgacopoulos.

Established in 1954, TASAKI is an internationally recognized jeweler known for its exceptional quality and creativity using pearls and diamonds. Creative Director Panichgul's designs feature contemporary techniques with traditional materials to deliver impeccably designed modern creations.

TASAKI maintains exceptional quality through every step of the design and creation process.  Acquiring only the finest materials and sent to studios of experienced craftsmen, each is transformed into something truly special. TASAKI operates two large pearl farms in Japan and overseas that produce the highest quality pearls. 

TASAKI remains committed to delivering exquisite pieces to clients, each of whom appreciate and believe in their vision.