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Flower Poiray

Inspired by the flower power influence of the 1970’s, the House of Poiray played on words and decided to celebrate its 40th anniversary in style with the Flower Poiray.

Sixteen patents were required to develop an articulated daisy with 12 petals set with diamonds and a central stone representing the pistil.

A super confortable and playful ring due to the moving petals articulated with a pretty subtle mechanism.

Close the flower and open it with the movement of your wrist, it’s a Wow effect assured !

The initial idea was to reproduce the sensual and poetic image of the blooming flower. To push it even further, Poiray has thrown us back to childhood when we used to pull the petals out of the daisies playing the game ‘he loves me, he loves me not.’

In result, Poiray developed a line of colored daisies to play with no intermission.

With peace and love… just enjoy !

Four stunning versions of the Flower Poiray have been made so far with…

A pink sapphire of 1.64 carats with petals set with 162 diamonds ( 1.91 carats) and mounted on red gold ( ~ 25’000 Euros)
A yellow sapphire of 1.30 carats with petals set with 162 diamonds (1.89 carats) and mounted on white gold ( ~ 28’000 Euros)
A purple sapphire of 1.77 carats with petals set with 162 diamonds (1.92 carats) and mounted on white gold ( ~ 29’000 Euros)
A brilliant cut diamond of 0.90 carats ( G color VS1) with petals set with 162 yellow sapphires (2.39 carats) and mounted on yellow gold ( ~ 36’000 Euros)