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Only after crafted can the beauty of the gems appear. The beauty of gems can...

Only after crafted can the beauty of the gems appear. The beauty of gems can
be born again after masters’ design. Here some precious masters’ design
manuscripts are presented. Under the valuable design sketches, many unique
designs jewelry are presented to us.

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    • Noble Fashion Organizationhttp://www.fashion-noble.orgThe Gem Beauty in Masters’ Design Manuscripts[Rare Yellow Diamond, Tiffany Yellow Diamond, Dior Jewelry]Only after crafted can the beauty of the gems appear. The beauty of gems canbe born again after masters’ design. Here some precious masters’ designmanuscripts are presented. Under the valuable design sketches, many uniquedesigns jewelry are presented to us.Tiffany: Rare Yellow DiamondsThe Tiffany yellow diamond, which was mined from South Africa, was 128.54carats of pillow-shaped. It was the biggest and most delicate yellow diamond inthe world.In the movie Breakfast at Tiffanys, in order to show Holly’s pursuit of the highclass and sweet love, the designer used soft ribbon to design into many basesand combined them with hundreds of beautiful diamonds on the Ribbon Rosettenecklace. page 1 / 4
    • Noble Fashion Organizationhttp://www.fashion-noble.orgChristian Dior was keen on roses.Christian Dior was keen on roses and he loved roses especially the pink rosessince he was a little baby. The new Dior jewelry collection is also designed with arose detail, attractive and lovely.Cartier: The Diamond Empire page 2 / 4
    • Noble Fashion Organizationhttp://www.fashion-noble.orgAs Cartier loyal customer, JamSahel asked Cartier master designers to design adiamond necklace with his valuable diamonds. From the yellowing designmanuscript, we can see the diamond owners noble status. Complex platinumbase design is still in used now because Cartier convinced that only pureplatinum can set off a perfect diamonds.Van Cleef & Arpels: Unique Diamond Inlay StyleIn this yellow paper of 1930s, the fine square Sapphire embedded in the lessthan 2 mm platinum net places, showing the gems light. The inlay skills were firstapplied in plane surface and then applied in curved surface.The Iliade Brooch in 2007 has a much more complex produce process, in whichthe three-dimensional cut sapphire was inlaid on the V-shaped metal track.Bvlgari: Gem AppreciatorAs a very old gem, rare emerald reminds of ancient civilizations, but alsobecomes source of inspiration for Bulgari. Not be cut casually, Bulgari jewelry isalways created with the shapes of gems and express our highest respect andadmiration of nature beauty. This elegant detail itself is already a transcendentskill. page 3 / 4
    • Noble Fashion Organization http://www.fashion-noble.org Chopin: Animal Fables Designers’ love of animals and nature in the world continue in their design of different jewelry. For example, the new peacock bracelet is inspired from the peacock earrings manuscript. The beautiful peacocks tail bracelet is as light as lace around the wrist. The 50 pieced of fine and slender feathers on the bracelet hide the lock completely and the feathers were made of 7500 tiny pieces of 0.5 mm diameter rare stones. Dolce & Gabbana page 4 / 4Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)