(Photo courtesy of Chari Cuthbert)

Jewellery is a timeless gift that can convey the depth of our feelings and emotions toward our loved ones. And what better occasion to celebrate the most important woman in our lives than Mother's Day? This year, luxury jewellery brand BYCHARI, fronted by LA-based Jamaican designer Chari Cuthbert, is observing the moment with a stunning collection dedicated to mothers all around the world.

The collection features necklaces, earrings and bracelets with letters that spell out some of the most endearing terms for moms - mom, mum, mommy, mother, ma and even madre, too, in yellow, rose and white gold. One of the most interesting aspects of this collection is the personalisation options that are available. Customers can choose to add their own special touch by having their mother's name engraved on the jewellery. This option adds an extra layer of sentimentality to an already heartfelt gift.

BYCHARI's Mother's Day collection is a testament to Chari Cuthbert's passion for creating timeless and personalised jewellery. The designer broke the Internet in 2020 when her VOTE necklace was spotted around former First Lady Michelle Obama's neck. Since then Cuthbert has become one of the most sought-after jewellery designers among celebs.

From the mama with a newborn in her arms, to the one rushing the kids to school, and even the one watching her daughter walk down the aisle, these stellar options will make the perfect gift.

Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) concurs with treating moms to luxury pieces that will last forever.


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BYCHARI 16" and 14" rose gold MOM Necklaces (Photo:
BYCHARI gold MAMA Necklace and Cuff Set (Photo:
BYCHARI 14k yellow gold MA Necklace (Photo:
BYCHARI 14k yellow gold MAMA Necklace (Photo:
BYCHARI 14k yellow gold MADRE Necklace (Photo:
BYCHARI 14k white gold Diamond Initial Huggie (Photo:
Chari Cuthbert (seated) and her mother Charmaine Campbell (Photo:

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