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Jewelry Appreciation: The Last Tanzanite Bracelet, Inspired by Iris Flower Watercolors, Flowing Natural


Inspired by ivy, the bracelet is made of gold and ivy vines, and pearls are set between the vines and the leaves as the fruits of the plants.

The crown of platinum, made in 1935, is set with a drop-shaped cut aquamarine and a round cut diamond. It was worn by the Spanish princess Infanta Beatriz and later belonged to the private collection of its female Olimpia Torlonia.

Embroidered ring, the whole ring is composed of two different sizes of hydrangea. The light pink petals are naturally curled, and the yellow diamonds are stacked to make the fire bright and flickering. The setting is made of titanium metal plated in yellow-green, with a curly squid shape, and the surface is specially polished to a matte texture, like a realistic flower branch wrapped around the fingertips.


Flower ring, each hydrangea consists of 4 petals, and the edges of the petals are layered on each other, showing a natural form that is slightly swelled - 3 pieces are cut by round cut sapphire, showing a deep dark blue; the other piece is made of platinum Micro-curved profile, polished to a bright mirror. These four petals are joined by a rivet made of platinum, like an arched flower. Five elliptical tanzanites are hidden between the petals, and the deep blue-violet tones contrast with the sapphire petals, making it the crowning touch of the whole piece. The setting is specially designed as a wide-brimmed structure to support the complex hydrangea ring face. There are 10 stepped-cut diamonds in the ring wall, and the same bouquet of delicate bouquets are seen from the side.


Lily-shaped white gold crown with red spinel, garnet, green tourmaline and diamonds. The two lilies can be worn as brooches.


This tanzanite bracelet is inspired by a watercolor painting of the iris that was painted in 1881, making this piece of jewelry elegant and beautiful. The designer draws on the art of paper-cutting, which naturally rivets nearly 20 delicately cut paper petals, paired with diamonds and tanzanite, showing a natural transition from white to blue-violet.

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