Chaumet has unveiled three new rings as part of its Liens high jewellery collection.
Moving away from the white and blue colour palette of the existing 12 jewels that comprise the Liens high jewellery collection, launched during Paris Couture Week last July, the new Chaumet Liens rings bring a rainbow of yellow, green and red to the line-up.
The intertwined 'X' motif has been seen in the work of Chaumet since 1907, but it first came to prominence in 1977 with the arrival of the first 'Les Liens' bijoux. The three new designs feature the same distinctive cross motif as their predecessors, with a choice of cushion-cut yellow diamond, emerald or padparadscha sapphire as the central stone. Each white gold ring is set with more than 140 brilliant cut diamonds, with the central stone appearing to float above the sparkling ribbons.
Chaumet Liens high jewellery ring in white gold featuring 144 brilliant-cut diamonds and a 3.41ct cushion-cut yellow diamond.
Chaumet Liens high jewellery ring in white gold featuring 147 brilliant-cut diamonds and a 6.42ct cushion-cut emerald.
Chaumet Liens high jewellery ring in white gold featuring 142 brilliant-cut diamonds and a 5.29ct padparadscha sapphire.