Jewelers routes

14 August 2017

Ole Lynggaard finally comes to Paris

Denmark’s iconic jeweler, the official supplier to the royal family, is opening its first store in Paris: a delightful niche featuring a painting by Charlotte Lynggaard, now head of the company founded by her father in 1963. Her feminine, ultra-discreet jewelry is inspired by nature, with organic forms reminiscent of flowers, leaves, seeds and buds. The yellow gold is textured, chased, hammered, engraved or sanded to evoke wood or leaf veins.

4, rue du 29 Juillet – 75001 Paris

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