This is a unique piece of jewellery involving a great deal of work: every articulation is made meticulously by hand allowing the spirals to fall delicately on the skin.
The necklace is made from 18 carat gold (750/1000) with a matt finish accentuating the contrast between this precious metal and the 72 multi-coloured sapphires (roughly 61 carats of sapphires). There are 520 diamonds and 120g of gold.
The House Rosset Gaulejac.
Son and grandson of fine jewelers, Simon-Pierre Rosset-Gaulejac grew up in a world of precious stones and jewelry. After specializing in the finest tradition of French jewelry making he continued to flourish creating beautiful pieces with exquisite stones.
Determined to revive a sector in decline, Rosset-Gaulejac launched his very first collection of cufflinks in 1991. One year later, he presented his next collection, ‘Insectes’, which proved him to be one of the most imaginative and avant-garde designers in Paris.
Catering to a demanding clientele while respecting the rules in the art of fine jewelry, Rosset Gaulejac made a name for himself after two generations in Paris.
Now located in one of the most unexpected spots in the capital,Rosset-Gaulejaccontinues to produce exceptional pieces executed to perfection.
A pleasure bordering on the sinful, we welcome connoisseurs and amateurs alike.