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Imperial Tourmaline Bolt

The 7.51-carat Indigolite sugar loaf tourmaline sits majestically at the center of a clasp, from which
hang three pendants set with 32.69-carat tourmaline drops, crowned with emeralds,
an emerald cabochon and oval tourmalines. The clasp, paved with diamonds weighing 3.94 carats, is
suspended from a succession of blue tourmaline beads weighing 104.31 carats.

The tassels perfectly illustrate Rouvenat's signature of the period, allowing this majestic
medallion to be modulated as desired. The two side pendants can be removed and worn as earrings.

The Frame Ring

In 2021, the Rouvenat Jewellery House will acquire over 3,000 gouache drawings signed by Léon Rouvenat, founder of the House in 1851.

Gathered in 10 original notebooks whose black leather covers hold sheets sometimes painted with gold, sometimes pencilled with sketches, these living archives continue to awaken the creative imagination.

Among these notebooks, many successive pages feature the study of oval medallions. The various contours are traced with extreme precision. The centers are left empty, and no one can say what will have been mounted once jewelry has been completed... a cameo, a relic, the coaster of a photograph?

Inspired by these medallion designs, Frame rings are imagined as frames that highlight and protect the portrait within.

Because each center stone is unique, precious and admirable, we wanted to frame and celebrate them, giving them their own story to tell over time.

The Diamond-Paved Tag Ring

A Rouvenat signature and iconic motif at the heart of Bolt necklaces, the Tag ring is entirely paved with diamonds, with a central flower in polished and brushed gold. The delicate paving enhances the central diamond, the sides of the disk and the ring. It gives the Tag ring a jewel-like character.