A limited collection for Lydia Courteille, celebrating symbols and prophecies of Native Americans. The eclectic Parisian designer, known for her whimsical and fantastic jewelry, something like a fairy tale, interprets in her own way, objects and materials of the tradition. For example, the stone par excellence of Indians, the turquoise, which is also a this year trend, is big, it has a cylindrical shape as totems and is used in the green hue. To the Warriors of the Rainbow, the protagonists of a legend of the Hopi tribe, announcing their coming to teach people around the world how to love and worship Mother Earth, is inspired ring with a flamboyant moonstone and multicolored sapphires. And more, feathers fashioned in silver and diamonds, symbolizing the creative force, asymmetric arrows iconography of the hunter, funny animals and eagles in sapphires pavé that transform the Indian folklore in refined design.