Graff Diamonds jewellery: clouds and flowers float together in the Nuage collection

Graff Diamonds’ high jewellery Nuage collection seduces with white diamond clouds and celestial flowers brought to life with sapphires, rubies and emeralds.

Graff's sapphire and diamond Nuage necklace captures the buoyancy and lightness of clouds in pavé diamonds scattered with bursting sapphire blooms.

By Ase Anderson in London

From Kew Gardens in London to the French gardens of Claude Monet and the Majorelle in Marrakech, some of the world's most famous outdoor spaces provided the inspiration for the latest collection of Graff high jewellery, called Nuage.

This spectacular new collection of Graff jewellery - meaning cloud in French - features swirls of diamonds shaped like ethereal clouds. Floating delicately on these white diamond clouds are flowers animated by pristine diamonds, vivid sapphires and rich rubies.

On her travels around the world, Graff's design director Anne-Eva Geffroy is constantly looking to the wonders of nature for ideas, be it a beautiful bloom, organically formed geometric patterns within topiaries or the perfect symmetry of a delicate butterfly wing.

One of the highlights of the collection is the sapphire and diamond Graff necklace with a free-form design that captures the buoyancy and lightness of clouds in pavé diamonds scattered with bursting sapphire blooms.

Each piece in the collection is instilled with the London-based jeweller's distinctive design aesthetic, where the finest diamonds and coloured gemstones take centre stage in a minimal platinum setting. 

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