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Sparkling baby names inspired by jewelers

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Written by Mary Fetzer   

We see their wares on celebrities walking the red carpet — jewelry so expensive it's merely borrowed. But these luxurious baby names, inspired by the world's top jewelers, are for keeps. Will you invest in one of these unique high-society names for your precious jewel?

Cartier:  Since 1860, the House of Cartier has appealed to the high and mighty. In fact, it has long been the jeweler of choice for the British royals. The name Carter has been around for awhile, so why not jazz things up a bit with Cartier?  

Chopard:  Need an 18-karat gold, luxury Swiss watch? Then you've come to the right place. Bestow this prestigious name on your little offspring and he's sure to stand out among the rest.

Efva Attling:  Before launching her own line of jewelry in the mid-1990s, Efva was a musician, a model, a clothing designer and a champion disco dancer! We like Efva for a girl and Attling for a boy.

Graff:  When it's big stones you're after, Laurence Graff is your man. His trademark is jewelry with huge diamonds. Pay tribute to this billionaire with Graff, Laurence or Diamond.

Harry Winston:  When celebs want an elaborate and unique statement piece, they turn to Harry Winston. And how grandiose of the jeweler to inspire not one, but two names!

Piaget:  George Piaget started with Swiss watches and built an empire to include sophisticated, Old Hollywood-style jewelry. George, of course, is a traditional and royal name for a boy. For a girl, consider Pia (remember Pia Zadora?).

Tiffany:  This elite brand was founded in 1837 and continues to please customers with refined classics, such as the pave diamond bangle and the heart pendant. And Tiffany, of course, was a name that enjoyed tremendous popularity in the 1980s. Is it time to bring it back?

Van Cleef & Arpels:  For intricate jewelry designs featuring flowers, birds or animals, Van Cleef & Arpels is the way to go. You could choose the name Van to honor this prestigious house, or you might want to go with the founders' first names: Alfred Van Cleef and Estelle Arpels.  

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