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Emerald, a color that has never been equalled

Emerald, a color that has never been equalledIT’S ORIGIN Both mysterious and charming, the etymology of the word Emerald remains uncertain. For some, the literary name comes from an Indian language, Sanskrit, and for others from Persian, but all the roots of this precious stone seem to point towards one meaning: "heart of stone". The…

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Mariusse & Bonnet Application : The first in the world of high jewellery

Mariusse & Bonnet Application : The first in the world of high jewellery Autumn, a ring of a thousand shadesA simple, complete and intuitive service Innovation in the world of High Jewellery, the Mariusse & Bonnet mobile application is the first one to be dedicated to the luxury and know-how of the French jewellery craft.…

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Autumn, a ring of a thousand shades

Autumn, a ring of a thousand shadesHISTORY The Autumn ring, which is the third in the Four Seasons Collection, was first imagined in 2018 by Philip Bonnet and Christophe Mariusse, cousins and co-founders of the Atelier. Both of them are fascinated by Nature, and through its design and colours, the Autumn ring needed to represent…

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The sapphire, a symbole of intense blue

The sapphire, a symbole of intense blueIT’S ORIGIN The earliest traces of sapphires date back to Greece in the 5th century BC. At that time, this precious stone was defined by the name "sappheiros", meaning "blue", and its colour was quickly recognised as a dominant feature in its history. The Egyptians, Romans and Persians all…

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Audrey, a contemporary spirit

Audrey, a contemporary spiritHistory Both a name and a personality. The creations of the "Les Intemporelles" Collection are inspired by femininity and are a homage to the women who have played an instrumental role in the lives of the designers and the Atelier. For the Audrey ring, it is Philip Bonnet's wife who is in…

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2020 to 2021, what is the future for Haute Joaillerie ?

2020 to 2021, what is the future for Haute Joaillerie ?2020 was challenging With the global Covid-19 pandemic, the Jewellery and "Haute Joaillerie" sector has been the hardest hit in the Luxury Goods market. With a 23% drop in activity for the French Luxury Goods market in 2020 compared to 2019, shops closed, trade fairs…

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