19 July 2017

David Morris thinks pink

Around pink, the English jeweler David Morris demonstrates his expertise with exceptional gemstones. In his boutique, during Paris’s fine jewelry week, he shows the thousand shades of his fetish color with diamonds, including one of 8 carats, and in matching shades of rare conch pearls, coral, a 16.60-carat fuchsia ruby or a Padparadscha sapphire with orange reflections of more than 12 carats.

  • David Morris - Bracelet made of pink gold, coral and diamonds

  • David Morris - Ring made of a 16.60-carat fuchsia ruby in the middle and diamonds

  • David Morris - Ring made of two navette-cut diamonds, with pink and white diamonds

  • David Morris - Bracelet made of pink gold, coral and diamonds

  • David Morris - Ring made of marquise-cut diamonds and pink diamonds, with a 12.30-carat Padparadscha sapphire in the middle

  • David Morris - Earrings made of natural conch pearls and rose-cut diamonds

  • David Morris - Ring made of gold, natural conch pearl and diamonds

  • David Morris - Necklace made of natural conch pearls and white and pink diamonds

  • David Morris - "Taj" cocktail ring made of purple, pink and white pear-cut diamonds, with a 3-carat diamond in the middle

  • David Morris - Y necklace with a 22.22-carat pear-cut diamond

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