Stunning beauty and modernity on the stand of the jeweller Nirav Modi. The Director of the young Indian House took the time to welcome our group of Experts specialists VOL (Furniture and Precious Objects). As last year, we came to meet the professionals participating in the Biennale Paris from 11 to 17 September under the majestic glass roof of the Grand Palais.
A vision of high jewellery plus design, a reflection of our 21st century.
Nirav Modi is the heir of a family of diamond dealers for 7 generations in India. His style blends to perfection the techniques of western jewellery with delicate and supple oriental shapes.
We feel all the modernity of a new generation of jewellery designers who dare new associations of shapes and colours, more original than classic high jewellery. There is a breath of lightness, of geometrical shapes associated with exceptional coloured stones that touch our child's soul.
Exceptional gems adornments enhanced by "quality craftsmanship".
Pigeon's blood rubies are very rare and yet a set shows the accumulation of its small pieces of brilliant burgundy gems seemingly stuck between diamonds thanks to a wonderfully discreet setting.
Each showcase is a concentrate of the best in the world in terms of the quality of the stones in terms of weight, colour and purity. The creator's high standards and patience are required to achieve such a result of beauty.
There is no doubt that the jeweller's meteoric progression in the world is confirmed year after year. It is necessary to take advantage of his passage in Paris before these jewels go back to Asia or London.