At the onset of the Christmas holidays, Veronica and I have decided, once again, to carry out some jewellery experiments, increasing their size hundreds of thousands of times, and have launched the third instalment of our “Jewels in Quarantine” project. The first section was based on the idea that all the pieces were locked inside buildings, like their owners. The second was inspired by the joy of open doors and walks. This third series of photographs evoke the winter season, filling you with the warm emotions associated with the most magical and fabulous holiday of the year.
Dare to dream and make the most incredible wishes you can think of. They will definitely come true!
Elsa Jin Feather brooch with an 86.57 carat aquamarine and 200 carats of diamonds set in titanium
Piaget Extraordinary Lights Collection ring with a Sri Lankan cushion-cut sapphire of 3.71 carats and diamonds
Chaumet Torsade de Chaumet ring with an asscher-cut diamond of 2.19 carats
Cartier Phaan ring from the Sixième Sens par Cartier High Jewellery collection embellished with an 8.20 carat ruby, ruby beads and diamonds