Connectivity, social bonds and a culture increasingly rooted in sharing are among the themes of a new collection from the London-based multinational jeweller.
For over half a century, Graff has garnered a reputation for discovering and crafting diamonds of rare brilliance: now this new collection – which includes the emerald-cut diamond ring seen above, plus the eye-catching pieces below – sees them re-imagine traditional diamond setting methods, with Graff’s in-house technicians setting pave and custom-cut stones, as well as rich sapphires, using geometric stitches that have an air of insouciantly elegant spontaneity to them.
“Each piece in the Threads Collection rests like a network of gems upon the skin,” says Anne-Eva Geffroy, design director at Graff. “The sleek lines of the custom-cut diamonds accentuate the graphic silhouette of the jewels and timepiece, each of which is effortlessly contemporary.”
Photographs by Jennifer Livingston