Dior takes us on a stroll around the gem-laden gardens of Versailles

Dior's latest high jewellery collection Côté Jardins transports us into the Palace of Versailles gardens, where emerald paths lead to diamond fountains. 

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  • In Creative Director Victoire de Castellane’s dreams, wrought iron scrolls are entwined with flowers in full bloom framing a Paraiba tourmaline in the Queens Hamlet Tourmaline ring.
  • The Yellow Diamond Colonnade Grove ring features an impressive yellow diamond that is almost obscured by the lush foliage surrounding it of rich orange mandarine garnets, tsavorites, rubies, diamonds and sapphires. 
  • Nature and architecture meet in the Ruby Nymphs Bath Ring as nature engulfs an ornamental pond with its gem-laden vegetation of yellow and white diamonds, emeralds and sapphires.
  • A splendid Paraiba tourmaline shines out from the Nymphs Bath bracelet ensconced below an ornamental shell detail as found in the gardens of Versailles and waves of diamond water running down its sides.
  • A fabulous shower of gemstone flowers burst out from the Sapphire Enceladus Grove brooch blooming with diamonds, blue, purple, pink and yellow sapphires, emeralds, tsavorites, peridots, garnets, alexandrites and chrysophrase. It can also be attached to a necklace. 
  • Kristina Ferenchuk Nebula rings
     
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  • Max Danger Ethiopian opal ring
     

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