High jewelry signed David Morris: the Maison of Bond Street, in London, has added more stars in the sky of the British capital. Its Skylines collection, made up of extraordinary white and colored diamonds, also features a series of jewels inspired by ancient Egypt. The element that takes you back to the time of the pyramids is the use of lapis lazuli, a stone dear to the pharaohs, together with diamonds and stones such as the rare black opal. The style of the new pieces also adds a rigorous geometry, with straight and symmetrical lines.
Creative director Jeremy Morris, however, went even further, without abandoning the London jeweler’s predilection for diamonds and maxi precious stones. As for the Capola necklace, with a geometric motif composed of rock crystal and diamonds, with a cabochon sapphire weighing over 48 carats in the centre. Or with the Aurora Maelstrom ring, with an exceptional pear-cut blue diamond weighing 4.28 carats in the center, surrounded by pink and white diamonds. The skyline in London is increasingly precious.