21 September 2016

Cushion and briolette

The cut or shape of a gemstone is key to its value, as it enables light to pass through creating its sparkle. In her “Johara” collection, the creator of Nuun, Noorah Al Faisal, honors two of these cuts: the cushion and briolette. The crystals disappear and only their contours remain in black gold tracing set with diamonds. In the space created, earrings, rings and pendants appear.

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