Necklaces

Nuri, the cockatoo long necklace Long necklace set with pavé tsavorites and orange, pink, purple, yellow sapphires, diamonds and purple cabochon sapphires, in pink gold

A playful and faithful companion, "Nuri", whose name means parrot in Indonesian, is a cockatoo with a magnificent plumage.
The parrot’s plumage symbolizes the elements of life such as the sun, water or fire. So it is quite natural that Nuri, the cockatoo became the messenger of beauty and life for the woman who wears it.

2 cabochon purple sapphires, 0,07 carat
41 round tsavorites, 0,53 carat
195 orange round sapphires, 2,52 carats
75 purple round sapphires, 1,31 carat
69 yellow round sapphires, 1,29 carat
147 pink round sapphires, 3,19 carats
4 white round diamonds, 0,03 carat
Pink gold 750/1000, 31,78 g
Pink gold chain
Length: 90 cm

Hirunda, the swallows long necklace Long necklace set with pavé diamonds, in white gold

Hirunda, the swallows chain, reflects perfectly the animal's symbols: hope anh happiness. Light and quick, it's the messenger of good news and good health, and also symbolises the return of the beautiful days. The swallow brings magnificence and happiness to the wowen who wears it.

401 white round diamonds, 4,17 carats
Black lacquer
White gold 750/1000, 34,37g
White gold chain
Length: 90 cm

Hirunda, the swallows pendant Pendant set with pavé diamonds, in white gold

The swallows, sign of hope and happiness, is also the symbol of a dynamic personality. Messenger of good news and good health, it represents the return of the beautiful days. Hirunda, the swallow faithfully transposes the happy and light identity of the animal.

101 white round diamonds, 1,29 carats
Black lacquer
White gold 750/1000, 10,10g
White gold chain set with 6 brilliant-cut diamonds
Length: 44cm, with adjustment hoops at 40 and 42 cm

Hera, the peacock medallion Medallion in rock crystal, on pink and white gold, round cultured pearls, and diamonds

A symbol of immortality, peace and prosperity, the Peacock of a hundred eyes, like a loyal guardian, constantly charms and protects whomever it is attached to.
According to Greek mythology, the “eyes” that can be seen on the peacock’s tail were placed there by Hera.

619 round diamonds, 5,48 carats
3 pear diamonds, 0,22 carat
2 princesse diamonds, 0,40 carat
152 multi-colored round cultured pearls, 91,60 carats
1 gold round cultured pearl, 4,60 carats
Rock crystal, 12,00 g
Pink gold 750/1000, 24,07 g
White gold 750/1000, 6,80 g