One-of-a-Kind

Dorette

Multi-Gem Souriant Bracelet

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$2780.00

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Multi-Gem Souriant Bracelet
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As captivating and eye-catching as it is sophisticated, this one-of-a-kind bracelet by Parisian designer Dorette, is a vibrant combination of multi-shaped gems set along the top half of the hinged gold bracelet. Meticulously hand-set in 18K gold bezels and backed by sterling silver, the stones - including tourmaline, spinel, vintage coral, ruby, emerald, amethyst, and diamonds - result in an unapologetically eclectic composition. With its feminine elegance, this bracelet is nothing short of pure, creative genius and a perfect harmony of shape, size and color.

interior dimensions : just over 1 3/4" x 2 1/8" : 18K yellow gold and sterling silver 
blue sapphires : .37cttw
spinels : .74cttw
green tourmaline : .39ct
coral .03ct
gray tourmaline : .44ct
dark green tourmaline : .94ct
orange tourmaline : .18ct
ruby : .04ct
emerald : .03ct
diamonds : .15cttw
fastens with hinge safety clasp closure 
 

interior dimensions : just over 1 3/4" x 2 1/8" : 18K yellow gold and sterling silver 
blue sapphires : .37cttw
spinels : .74cttw
green tourmaline : .39ct
coral .03ct
gray tourmaline : .44ct
dark green tourmaline : .94ct
orange tourmaline : .18ct
ruby : .04ct
emerald : .03ct
diamonds : .15cttw
fastens with hinge safety clasp closure 

Paris - Catherine Lévy has always had a passion for making beautiful jewelry. As a child growing up on Paris, she would assemble wearable creations made from chick peas, pebbles, snail shells and other random objects. She continued to hone her creativity while attending art school where she studied design. During her travels to India, she became dazzled by the profusion of personal adornment she encountered and dreamed of mixing the lush richness of traditional jewelry with jewelry forms of the French provinces. The result is her collection based on the color, form and natural shape of precious gems - each piece 'diffuses a singular murmur and (is) always cheerful company'.