15 July 2019

Variations in yellow and white

In its jewelry collection “Le Paris Russe de Chanel”, Chanel has chosen yellows and whites to evoke summer wheat, one of its main themes. Composed mainly of two shades of gold, diamonds and sapphires, this two-tone harmony suffuses all the collections launched last July.

  • Chanel Joaillerie - "Roubachka" necklace in platinum, yellow gold, pearls, yellow diamonds, white diamonds

  • Chanel Joaillerie - "Médaille Solaire" ring in platinum, yellow gold, yellow diamonds, white diamonds

  • Piaget - "Desert Plam" necklace in white gold, yellow gold, white diamonds

  • Chaumet - "Nuage d'Or" ring in yellow gold, white gold, "yellow golden" sapphires, white diamonds

  • David Morris -

  • De Beers - Coller en or jaune, or blanc, diamants jaunes bruts, diamants jaunes, diamants blancs

  • Fernando Jorge - "Nebula" bracelet in yellow gold, yellow serpentine, white diamonds

  • Buccellati - "Mabelle" ring in lace of white gold, yellow gold and white diamonds

  • David Yurman - "Origami" necklace in white gold, yellow gold, white diamonds

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