The jeweler has created a white gold and diamond-encrusted piece, set with a jade cabochon, made transparent using the house’s own quartz-based technique.
Inspired by the oblong shape of the lacemaker’s bobbin, Vhernier’s Fuseau collection stands out not only for its harmonious volumes, but also for the quality of its stones. Using the house’s own transparency technique, the jeweler plays with trompe l’oeil effects and superposes different layers of quartz between the gemstones to create an effect of depth. This jade ring is the perfect example, on a white gold ring set with 554 5.52 carat diamonds. The intense green light produced by the stone seems to dance deep down inside the cabochon, like the sun on the waves at midday. Here comes the sun.