The Impressionists Dangle Earrings

£5,800 Retail Value £1,218 Share
The Impressionists Dangle Earrings
The Impressionists Dangle Earrings

The Impressionists Dangle Earrings

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These Veridian earrings were created by award-winning designer ZEEMOU ZENG. They are crafted in hand-selected Blue & Green Chalcedony beads, 2.78ctw Fuli Peridots set in 18k White Gold with Pave Diamonds. The gems are chosen for their quality and colour to best echo those hues in Claude Monet's painting ‘Water Lilies and the Japanese bridge’. This painting hangs in The Princeton University Art Museum, USA.
The Impressionist artists, such as Monet, Renoir, Seurat and Manet, broke the rules with their freedom of technique, use of bright colours and bold brushstrokes, to best capture the movement and transient effect of sunlight and colour. Inspired by their work, award-winning designer Zeemou Zeng cleverly selects gemstones for this new collection that echo the Impressionists’ colour palette. He crafts the shapes and textures in white and yellow gold with carefully considered geometric precision and then finally adds his own signature masterstroke, movement. As the beautiful stones shift and slide they mimic the transient movement of light, colour and texture, completing the picture. Created in the spirit of Impressionism, these intricately crafted pieces are a statement of confidence, hope, freedom and joy. Designed as talismans, they are a reminder of the joy to be found in the pursuit and realisation of the dream. Details: 18 Karat White Gold, Pave Diamonds, Fuli Peridot, Blue and Green Chalcedony. H:40mm, W:25mm

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These Veridian earrings were created by award-winning designer ZEEMOU ZENG. They are crafted in hand-selected Blue & Green Chalcedony beads, 2.78ctw Fuli Peridots set in 18k White Gold with Pave Diamonds. The gems are chosen for their quality and colour to best echo those hues in Claude Monet's painting ‘Water Lilies and the Japanese bridge’. This painting hangs in The Princeton University Art Museum, USA.
The Impressionist artists, such as Monet, Renoir, Seurat and Manet, broke the rules with their freedom of technique, use of bright colours and bold brushstrokes, to best capture the movement and transient effect of sunlight and colour. Inspired by their work, award-winning designer Zeemou Zeng cleverly selects gemstones for this new collection that echo the Impressionists’ colour palette. He crafts the shapes and textures in white and yellow gold with carefully considered geometric precision and then finally adds his own signature masterstroke, movement. As the beautiful stones shift and slide they mimic the transient movement of light, colour and texture, completing the picture. Created in the spirit of Impressionism, these intricately crafted pieces are a statement of confidence, hope, freedom and joy. Designed as talismans, they are a reminder of the joy to be found in the pursuit and realisation of the dream. Details: 18 Karat White Gold, Pave Diamonds, Fuli Peridot, Blue and Green Chalcedony. H:40mm, W:25mm

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