The jewels of Chateau Euphorie, which is inspired by an Indian rhinoceros that was adopted by Louis XV.
Let’s face it: it’s important not only to do something good, but also to be remembered. And memory also involves impressions, emotions, requests. For example, a name that is imprinted in the memory has more impact than any one. As in the case of Chateau Euphorie: harder to forget this name, even if the jewelry that offers would be interesting even if they were anonymous. The fact is that in Paris Chateau Euphorie opened its first store in March 2015, on the Champs Elysées, two years after it was founded.
It has with it a secure artistic independence skills: design that also stands in inspirations. As with the main collection, Clara. Which it is not the name of a girl, but a rhinoceros.
Certainly a rhino in a jewelry seems a joke. But in this case it is the pachyderm horned brought from India in the eighteenth century to become part of the private zoo of Louis XV. At that time the poor animal made a great impression in the West. It never would have imagined that three centuries later would become a pendant or bracelet in white agate or chalcedony, yellow or white gold with white diamonds. In short, a rhinoceros in a house of jewels. It is true that the imagination has no limits. Lavinia Andorno