High-Jewelry House Boghossian takes innovative craftsmanship to a new level of intricacy and sophistication as it introduces its latest technique and collection - “Les Merveilles”.
The new technique in jewelry design focuses on the pursuit of the purest light reflection in diamonds.
The extraordinary 'Merveilles' mounting allows precious stones to be set on all four sides, on a nearly invisible metal frame. This grants the uninterrupted flow of light from one diamond to the next, magnifying their brilliancy. Requiring the utmost precision in workmanship and gem selection, this technique is the result of over 4 years of thorough research and experimentation.
The sophisticated nature of this process is highlighted by the graceful diamonds earrings in the shape of an elongated modern hoop, which shine vividly and with a soft fluidity against the face. ‘Les Merveilles’ setting allows the piece to render the iconic shape even more memorable through this unique artisanal technique. ‘The Creoles’ are available in two sizes.
‘Les Merveilles Drops’, are also set with gems on all four sides. Available in a number of colourways, from classic white diamonds to deep blue sapphires and soft amethysts, the elongated modern shape of the drop creates a contemporary understated elegance.
Also part of this collection are the Merveilles Rings. Each center stone rests on a mounting entirely set in diamonds from all four sides, enhancing the brilliance of the center stone and those of the surrounding.
Finally, an Epitome of “Les Merveilles” technique is a stunning white diamonds and yellow diamonds necklace and earrings set, which can be worn in two distinct ways: one side is completely set with white diamonds, while the other side is ornamented with yellow diamonds. A clever mechanism allows the central diamonds to turn to either of the sides, making this reversible set truly unique.
“Designing jewelry is like painting with light - says CEO Albert Boghossian – Since gold interferes with the light reflection, we work hard to find the new ways of weaving the stones together with minimal metal intervention.”