Drawing inspiration from the Eiffel Tower for the curves of a ring

Paris, city of lights, is the cradle of my studies in jewelry. I have always been fascinated by the Eiffel Tower, by its insolent altitude, but even more by its technicality which translates so well the genius of Gustave Eiffel; that of having used the smoothness of metal to reach an unequaled peak at the end of the 19th century.

This lighthouse rooted in the city, has become the symbol of the French capital. It is the magnificent mirror image, born of the industrial era, of the beauty and of the power of the Middle Ages symbolized by the Cathedral of Notre-Dame

This interlaced metal beams have inspired me the creation of the body of a ring topped with a diamond; taking inspiration from the curvatures of the foot of the tower, I connected the two sides of the ring.