It opens in Paris the boutique of London jeweler David Morris. Opulence, but with style ♦
After more than half a century of success, but with British aplomb, the classic London brand, David Morris, crosses the English Channel. Conducted by the founder’s son, Jeremy Morris, the Maison of New Bond Street, in the heart of the British capital, opens in the same classical Rue Saint Honoré, at number 364, just steps from Place Vendôme.
As a jeweler among the rich bourgeoisie and British nobility favorites, David Morris adds the French to flags planted in Palm Beach, Moscow, Dubai, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Doha as well as, of course, London. If you are in the shade of the Eiffel Tower and wish to observe Mr Morris’s jewels, you will find the boutique designed by Eugène Brunelle, artist-architect who has chosen glass and alabaster panels, crystals, quality materials, playing with Colors and refraction of light, alongside brown or copper-colored metal fibers, elongated oval mirrors. And, of course, prestigious jewels, gold and precious stones. Precious but never vulgar. In short, posh. Margherita Donato
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