Not sure if this can top my "Best Bling" thread but here goes: The Family Heirloom $225,000 No doubt, you want a personalized gift that doesn't involve stressful or time consuming purchasing situations. Ankur Daga, chief executive of Angara, an online luxury jeweler, has set out to make the shopping experience easy. One of the most coveted items is the two-strand golden South Sea cultured pearl necklace. "It is very rare that you would see a necklace like this," says Daga. "The pearls are all the same golden color and are the same shape. This is a work of art." The Piece Unique $9,950 93% of very wealthy households (earning over $10 million) has purchased luxury goods online over the last 12 months, according to a survey by the New York-based Luxury Institute. ChicSHERLOCK, an accessories Web site created by former accessories editor Alia Ahmed- Yahia, specializes in rare and hard-to-find pieces of jewelry. Her favorites include this cocktail ring with a 3.5-carat Gioia iolite center and 8.99 carats of pave pink sapphires. The New Twist On Time $4,700 The Cartier Pasha watch has a long and admirable history. But recently, the jewelry house updated the classic and introduced the Cartier Pasha Seatimer. This watch has similar characteristics to the Pasha, but has added details like a bezel around the face to give it a sportier look. The Conversation Starter $2,095 Rarely does a piece of jewelry make its way from a big screen debut to the mass market. But the platinum and ruby Karen Karch earrings featured in the new movie Deja Vu practically outshine Denzel Washington. Karch designed these chic, avant guarde earrings that resonated with directors Tony Scott and Jerry Bruckheimer. To Pass From Father To Son $12,950 Gift giving, like the holidays, is rooted in tradition. What better way to celebrate than to give a watch that will be relevant for generations to come. The Patek Phillipe Calatrava says "understated elegance," and will never go out of style.