Our first exploration in mixed materials. A structured gold bar joins one of Sophie Monet’s quintessential wooden forms, handcrafted to a refined semicircle shape. The modern lines of the baguette diamond balance the rounded silhouette of wood, bringing a compelling design story to every occasion.
- Ebony Wood: Ebony, also known as “Gaboon” is known as the purest of all black wood. Its smooth, dense and rich black luster make it one of the most treasured species of hardwood. Through the ages it can be found in Egyptian tombs to fretboards on violins. This piece features re-claimed ebony polished with oil to sustain a natural sheen.
- White Oak: White Oak is renowned for its durability as well as its distinctive grain. When cut it often produces a rippled figure. Unique, wavy lines are evident in the wood ensuring no two pieces will ever be the same. This piece features re-claimed white oak polished with oil to sustain a natural sheen.
• .24ct total diamond weight
• 15mm gold bar
• 23mm diameter of wood
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Baguette Cut Diamond
The baguette diamond is characterized by the clean, geometric lines of its step-cut faceting. Narrow in shape and naturally more elongated than an emerald cut, the baguette diamond was popularized for its modern form during the Art Deco period.