The simplicity of its shape sublimes the beauty of the diamond accentuating its radiance.
Through Iceland’s exploration, the fiery elements of nature metamorphose into jewelry creations.
A sleek cuff inspired by Paris’ Canal Saint-Martin
The long trips to Thailand and the beauty of the Buddhist temples marry with the delicacy of the dance gestures.
One inspiration generates different interpretations of the same piece of jewelry.
A magnificent sapphire whose pink-purple color and radiance inspire creativity and inspire me with the desire to protect it.
According to tradition, two wedding bands must perfectly suit one another.
I remain a lover of the style advocated by the German architectural movement at the dawn of the 20th century.
A celestial disk discovered in Nebra; the origin of a jewelry set and even the JAG logo.
A beautiful tanzanite highlights the crescent shape of our nearest celestial neighbor.
The simple lines drawn in the gravel calm the spirit.
When the ring becomes the cradle for the luminous tanzanite.
The emotion aroused by the geometric structure from space.
The inspiration comes from these two lines drawn in pencil on a simple sheet of paper.
The ring is born from these three simple geometric shapes.
When the notes of the violin embody the emotion that inspires the jeweler…
A tribute to the creative force of nature, to transformation that is at once nonchalant and magnificent, of a small grain of impurity into a perfect resplendent sphere.
How the universal representation of spiritual elevation is at the origin of a back jewel.
How a trip to Samburu allowed the union of two creative cultures.
A birth ring, set with a rectangular diamond, comes to embrace an engagement ring.