De Beers Lotus High Jewellery highlights from Paris

Unveiled during Paris Couture 2017, De Beers’ diamonds capture the delicate beauty of the lotus flower in its different stages of life. 

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  • The first appearance of a lily pad is captured by De Beers in the Awakening Lotus necklace with an unusual 18.79 carat rough blueish green macle – or slender shape lozenge diamond -  whose hues remind us of a serene pond (POA).
  • The fleeting glory of the lotus flower in full bloom is expressed in pear-shape, baguette-cut and marquis-cut diamonds that form the De Beers Blooming Lotus necklace that delicately drapes around the neck (POA).
  • A magnificent pear-shape diamond graces the centre of the Flourishing Lotus ring by De Beers (POA).
  • The rich dusky colours of dappled lily pads and lotus buds in evening light are the inspiration for this De Beers Soothing Lotus ring that is a tantalising mix of rough and polished white and colour diamonds (POA).
  • Influenced by the Ancient Egyptians fascination with the symbolism of the lotus flower, the Flourishing Lotus bracelet by De Beers set with princess, marquise and pear cut diamonds is a contemporary take on an age-old theme (POA).
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  • Kristina Ferenchuk Nebula rings
     

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