And that’s it, Couture Week is on. Although the festivities officially begin on Sunday evening, July 1st, several houses have chosen to present their latest collections in a more calm and serene atmosphere. Since the opening of the Parisian boutique, I take a particular pleasure in coming to discover each season the new pieces imagined by Jeremy Morris for the house initiated by his father. At the end of June, this presentation was not to be missed, as it was so incredible. Of course, being a gemologist is a plus when you go to an event where the materials are so qualitative. However, one must also know how to be dazzled. And this is what I invite you to do by looking at the following visuals.
For this new collection, no unnecessary storytelling. Jeremy Morris has selected particularly beautiful and sometimes atypical stones. But above all, stones that have a soul. Burmese rubies, Colombian emeralds, Paraiba tourmalines (from Brazil) with delicate blue and green tones, black opals from Australia with sublime reflections. But we could also mention this green diamond or this colourless diamond of more than 32 carats. Finally, we could mention this perfect pink coral and these natural turquoises that adorn the Berry range launched a few weeks earlier. As there is no need for long speeches when it comes to beauty, I suggest you discover the pieces that caught my attention.
Earrings in white gold, diamonds, paraïba tourmalines and black opals for 21.60 carats. Photo: David Morris
This ring is pretty incredible. Its lightweight design makes it extremely wearable despite the remarkable centre stone of this 31.82 carat D Si1 diamond. The addition of pink and purple diamonds brings a lot of light to this ring. Photo: David Morris
Green diamonds are extremely rare. The one chosen by David Morris is a little wonder of nature. This 3.04 carat stone, graded fancy intense green by the GIA, is accompanied by more than 3 carats of pink diamonds. All this on a rose gold setting. Photo: David Morris
Among the exceptional pieces, this white gold and diamond ring with a 74.46 carat Melo pearl was not to be missed. A pearl that is perfect in every way is of great rarity. This material, which comes from a gastropod called Melo, is a fine pearl that is little known to the general public. Its very high price and the difficulty of sourcing it make it rare on the market and all the more bewitching. This pearl in particular is a real marvel. You can see it on video in this Instagram post made during the presentation. Photo: David Morris
11.77 carat white gold, diamond and black opal ring. Photo: David Morris
This necklace is one of the highlights of the new collection. It is adorned with diamonds, Paraiba tourmalines, Sri Lankan sapphires and a central Burmese sapphire of 46.10 carats (natural and certified by the Gübelin laboratory). Photo: David Morris
Ring in white gold, diamonds, spinels and a 19.89 carat natural, untreated pink violet sapphire centre. A particularly stunning stone. Photo: David Morris
Earrings in white gold, diamonds, pink sapphires and paraiba tourmalines for 22.34 carats. A surprising combination of colours, very Davis Morris, for a result that makes a lasting impression. Photo : David Morris
See you soon!