With a radiant sky for a unique horizon, our desires center on accessories in shades of blue. A wave of color that transports us to the shores of the Mediterranean.
The ultimate summer color, blue is playing overtime by turning up in our fall wardrobes. A shade to be worn in small doses so as to draw out its refreshing effect. After all, the Indian summer has only just begun…
From sky blue topaz to sapphire and turquoise, there is certainly no shortage of gems from which to choose in terms of evoking the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean. The color palette is inspiring jewelry designers to create timeless pieces whose radiance revives our summer tans.
At Fabergé, the blue is intense—amplified by the magnitude of the 2.4 carat oval sapphire mounted in the center and 21 pavé-set blue sapphires. At Misahara, the blue is warmed with shades of green, thanks to the Shattuckite stone. Cut in the manner of a cabochon, the mineral’s multiple shades are exalted by a halo of sapphires and diamonds.
- Fabergé Sapphire White Gold Fluted Ring11,600 € exc. tax
- Talas ring4,860 € exc. tax
The summer rings are also adorned with turquoise—the stone that is given pride of place by Jenny Dee, who combines it with pink rubies to enhance the contrast of the piece.
- Turquoise Electra Maxima Ring1,830 € exc. tax
Shades of blue assert themselves in pieces with unique designs, as is the case with Selim Mouzannar’s Gemma ring. Inspired by the flowers that overrun the walls of Beirut’s Achrafieh district, the collection is designed as a jewelry variation centered around the emerald cut and games of symmetry. It’s love at first sight for the tanzanite and aquamarine model, delicately dressed with a purple enamel ribbon.
Due to the recent blue wave, the iconic Nudo ring by Pomellato now comes in a deep blue version of unrivaled intensity. With its innovative combinations of sky blue topaz and agate, or London blue topaz and turquoise, the House is demonstrating its jewelry-making expertise once again by combining precious stones and minerals. Italian-style charm.