01 October 2015

Marble and jewelry

Marble appears in fashion jewelry at Marion Vidal or on valuable jewelry at Completedworks and Ionna Souflia. For the first time, it’s now featured in high jewelry: Claire Choisne, Boucheron’s artistic director, has made it the star material of the latest collection dedicated to India. In pristine white, it comes directly from the quarry where the marble was extracted for the Taj Mahal.

  • Marion Vidal - Pendant made of golden brass and marble

  • Boucheron - Collier Jodhpur

  • CompletedWorks - Ring Breccia di Massa

  • Ioanna Souflia - Symbiosis cuff

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