Water, a collection breaking both the codes and records
Inspired by the clearest of the elements, the Water collection signed by Courbet embodies the first encounter between high technology and high jewellery, making for unique jewellery pieces adorned with dazzling gems. Among them, a record-breaking stone: the largest diamond ever grown by men. A masterstroke that gives a rightful place to man-made diamonds at the heart of jewellery art.
Precious, limpid and shimmering, Courbet’s first high jewellery collection celebrates water, an endless source of inspiration. The motion of the necklace reminds of water fluidity, the multi-way earrings evoque the sparkle of splashed drops of water.
Featured on a ring is a 9-carat lab-grown stone with a brilliant cut and stunning white color. Its ring holder is crafted in ecological recycled gold and paved with blue and white diamonds - grown in labs too - that curl around its shape in an intricate yet subtle shading, akin to droplets of water rippling together.
The Water collection honours nature by pairing traditional know-hows and technological prowess, as Courbet vows to create tomorrow’s jewellery, still as precious yet mindful of the environment.
Creating lab-grown diamond allows to save up to seven times the amount of water necessary to extract its mined counterpart, while using recycled gold prevents from spilling cyanide or mercury into rivers and groundwaters.
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