Clockwise from top: Piaget’s 18k white gold and diamond watch with satin band, $18,700, 877.8.PIAGET,; Mark Davis’s 18k white gold, Bakelite and ruby bangle, $1,100, and 18k white gold, Bakelite, amethyst, pink topaz and spessartite bangle, $1,440, at Barneys New York, New York, 212.826.8900; Tiffany & Co.’s 18k yellow gold, tourmaline, citrine, aquamarine, tanzanite, amethyst and tsavorite garnet necklace, $6,000, at Tiffany & Co., 800.526.0649; H. Stern’s 18k noble gold, prasiolite and sapphire brooch, $9,600, at H. Stern, New York, 800.7.HSTERN; Antonio Bernardo’s 18k yellow gold and citrine ring, $1,830, at Bergdorf Goodman, New York, 212.753.7300.

Multicolored baubles may be less serious than traditional diamonds and pearls, but that doesn’t mean they’re light on luxe. Consider Piaget’s glow-in-the-dark timepiece dappled with dazzling pastel dots that resemble disco lights. H. Stern’s prasiolite brooch, modeled after a Victorian tiara bedecked with stars, is aglitter with sapphires and diamonds. Antonio Bernardo takes a futuristic approach with his textured citrine and gold ring, while Mark Davis’s vintage Bakelite bangles evoke Eighties pop. “They make me think of Annabella from Bow Wow Wow,” he says. As for Paloma Picasso’s candylike necklace for Tiffany & Co., it may not be edible, but it certainly looks delicious.