How Laurence Graff’s Coffee Table Book becomes a necessary item in a living home

Not only the book itself is stunning but Laurence Graff’s Coffee Table Book traces the diamond jeweller’s history back to the beggining of his career, his travels and epic journeys. To be bought, read and offered.

Author By Eleonor picciotto

An ode to the House of Graff’s legendary skills in producing astounding jewelry of unparalleled magnificence and craftsmanship. This exquisite book of condensed luxury offers an exclusive peek into the intimate world of the diamond empire, built by a man named Laurence Graff. His passion for Earth’s delights, perseverance and superior technical know-how led the British jeweller to set a foot within the most respected names of the industry.

The most extraordinary jewelry – epitome of contemporary classicism – is revealed through series of artistic photos along with intimate details of the designer’s inspirations, vision and mission. The book explores the fine collections of the brand and follows the journey of developing the immediately recognisable Graff design. The gem-encrusted pieces come alive on the pages of this book, telling tales of exotic travels, rare and precious discoveries, and the intricate process of conceiving and realizing their timelessly elegant designs.

Through the fusion of artistry and craftsmanship the renowned jeweller has shaped the distinctive aesthetic that gives the Graff atelier that indispensable finesse and remarkable characteristics. The close-knit family structure of the company and the highly-skilled artisans working in Graff ’s workshop are the driving force behind the brand’s tradition and growing success in producing pieces of the utmost prestige. From concept to finished design – each exceptional jewel embodies Laurence Graff’s superb technical expertise, profound know-how of diamonds and desire to translate their eternal qualities into pieces that transcend time and trends.

Inspired by, born of and eternal as a diamond – Graff’s statement pieces have become iconic objects of artistic articulation in the context of contemporary classicism. A beautiful selection of high-quality photographs interspersed with astute observations about technique, expertise and inspiration allow the viewer to immerse themselves in the world of jewelry-making extraordinaire.

October 27, 2015 marks the official launch date of the Coffee Table Book by Laurence Graff – where the 272 pages trace back the history and biography of the British diamond jeweler including where he started, his different travels, epic journeys, creations combined with exclusive images and interviews conducted by eminent journalists such as Maria Doulton from the Jewellery Editor or Nick Foulkes, famous social historian.  A if not THE next coffee table book to have in one’s living room. The book costs £65 and all of the benefits will go to FACET-  Mr. Laurence Graff charity.

Follow Graff’s journey to the intersection of the 21st century artistic, cultural and historical scene to uncover the jeweller’s role in taking the celebration of diamonds to a new level of sophistication.

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