Just in time for Mother’s Day, the house with a heritage steeped in equestrian tradition introduces Mors de Bride, a silver fine jewelry collection influenced by the design of a bridle bit and horse accoutrements. In 1837, Hermès opened its first saddle and harness workshop; nearly 100 years later, Hermès’ first bracelet, Filet de Selle, was forged, combining leather and silver elements from a horse’s bit. Flash forward to this spring. Though the craftsmanship is the same, the designs are infinitely more intricate and varied, with some of the pieces even flaunting non-treated brown diamonds. $540 – $90,900, at the Hermès boutique.