The rings that form waves of diamonds following the shape of the finger that wears it: these are the new jewels by Marie Mas ♦ ︎
Marie Cabirou is certainly the most dynamic jewelry designer. The founder of the Parisian Maison Marie Mas, in fact, chose the difficult but gratifying road of jewelery with mobile elements. Pendants, rings, bracelets and earrings that are the fruit of his creativity, in fact, are conceived with the idea that a jewel is also something to play with, that fits following the movements of the wearer and can even change shape.
In the VicenzaOro Design Room Marie Mas presented a capsule collection of rings, including Ripple Ring, Queen Wave Ring and King Wave Ring, in rose gold and diamonds. The rings conceal a secret: the pavé of diamonds that covers the pink gold rises when the jewel is worn. The moving parts, like small precious bars, thus form a new surface with a curve that is that of the phalanx of the finger that wears the ring. This aspect allows the jewel to adapt to the circumference and shape of the hand, but also to play with the surface and movement of the stones when changing position to the ring. Thus some diamonds are formed that move when the ring is removed or worn.
The new Wave collection continues on this path. Marie considers it both harmonious and deceptively simple, with pieces using rainbow moonstones: they will be presented between the Paris fashion week at the end of September and the haute couture week in January 2020, which marks the third anniversary of the birth of Marie Mas.