Casting a glimpse into the depth of the emerald, the precious stone reveals delicate and fine shapes, reminiscent of the leaves and petals of an exotic plant. The beak-like curves and mysterious silhouettes reminded our gifted designers of the bird of paradise flower. Among the most sophisticated tropical flowers, the magnificent blossom is synonymous with liberty and believed to hold the promise of prosperity.
The Gübelin designers concentrated on a single jagged detail visible within the precious inner world of an exquisite emerald. The lavish arrangement underpins the designer’s talented eye for detail and the unique ability to let the one of a kind gemstone shine with unsurpassed beauty when set in the centre of this magnificent work of art.
Casting a ring of this size in platinum requires years of practise and a unique affinity for the most delicate kind of craftsmanship. Gifted artisans carefully work on each step of the process from the initial cast, down to the very last details of the magnificent final creation.
The House of Gübelin prides itself on its unique, nature-inspired aesthetic. During a meticulous process that can require several hundred hours of work, our masterpieces, like the Bird of Paradise Flower ring, are assembled.
The diamonds are set in flowing strands, which in the final piece, will draw the eye to the unique, cushion-cut emerald in the centre.
Prior to setting the magnificent centre stone, an emerald from Colombia of 27.53 ct, the platinum ring is gently polished, ensuring nothing will dampen the unique glow of the precious stone.
The Bird of Paradise Flower platinum ring with a cushion-shape emerald from Colombia, 27.53 ct, two drop-shape emeralds from Colombia of 0.98 ct and 1 ct respectively, as well as 234 diamonds in various cuts. This Masterpiece truly celebrates the mystique and elegance of nature’s lavish beauty.