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Berbere diamond ring

Berbere diamond ring
Berbere diamond ring
Berbere diamond ring
Berbere diamond ring
Berbere diamond ring
Berbere diamond ring

Berbere diamond ring

18 kt solid rose gold0.34 ct in diamond

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Metal Durability

Made of solid 18 karat rose gold, a hard metal that will never oxidise or discolour. May need an occassional polish if worn regularly to maintain its shine.

Brand Recognition

Gaia pioneered a new wave of modern design from the heritage of her family’s jewellery maison. The now iconic floating diamond and unique blend of pink gold, along with a league of admirers, make this a must-have brand.

Product details

Metals

Rose gold

A combination of gold and copper which comes in different rose-tinted hues depending on its purity.

18 kt rose

75.0% gold content, rich rose hues. An exclusive and durable precious metal.

Solid

Made of a single, solid precious metal or metal alloy. Highly durable, can always be re-polished to regain its shine after wear.

Polished

The surface has been polished to give it a bright shine. It can always be re-polished to regain its shine after wear.

Gemstones

Diamond

1 row of white pavé diamonds

0.34 carat

The unit of weight for diamonds, equivalent to 0.2 grams.

VVS2

Clarity

Inclusions so slight they are extremely hard for even a trained gemologist to see under 10x magnification

G

Colour

Near colourless and rare white with a very slight warm tone, near impossible to detect. (Grade G)

Size and fit

Wedding ring

Designer Interview

Gaia Repossi: "I play a lot with the collective unconscious, which is why I like antique and tribal jewellery. It is just a way to express a narrative and a dialogue."

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Repossi was founded in 1957, so you come from a long history of creative jewellery talent, but initially, you studied fine arts. What convinced you to go into the family business after all?

I didn’t really want to do this profession, but I was living in Paris at the time, and my father had his communications and part of the design offices here in Paris. I slowly started advising him, and later on I tried a few projects and designs, and it worked. I think it was my father’s approach and his way of giving me freedom and total trust; I felt like I could express myself enough. The respect and the interest he had in giving me all the space I needed was a beautiful way to slowly convince me to finish what I started.

I read that you put yourself in the position of a “stranger”, which allowed you to question the foundations of the old world, can you elaborate on this position?

What happens when you don’t necessarily want to do a certain profession or you are sort of an outsider because you are younger and you have a different point of view, you slowly develop a sort of distance that allows you to rethink things. One of the reasons why I wasn’t interested in pursuing this career was basically because of what I wanted to change. I was questioning why contemporary jewellery didn't fit nowadays silhouette. Why it was only fashion that reinvents itself and makes desirable things, and why jewellery really did not relate to me. I wanted an identity that women could identify with. I wanted an image that fit the time we are in now.

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  • Plastic-free and recyclable packaging