Chanel – The icons of 1932

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Chanel – The icons of 1932

CHANEL Fine Jewelry unveils its new creations, inspired by the icons of the “Bijoux de Diamants” collection, created in 1932 by Gabrielle Chanel.
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The new designs are transformable and flexible expressing the freedom with which Mademoiselle Chanel created her first and unique High Jewelry collection in 1932.
The comet, the sun, the feather and the ribbon, all elements of the language that makes up the stylistic vocabulary of CHANEL Fine Jewelry.
The lion, Mademoiselle Chanel’s astrological sign, has also joined these icons.

THE COMET
A symbol of beauty, movement and freedom, the comet, now an emblem of CHANEL’s Fine Jewelry, never stops inspiring new creations. The comete necklace can be transformed into a brooch, in 18-carat white gold and diamonds.

THE SUN
Radiant, luminescent, elusive, the sun adorns a transformable necklace and ring, in 18-carat yellow gold, 18-carat white gold and diamonds.

THE FEATHER
Constantly animated, the feather is reinterpreted in a flexible ring in 18-carat yellow gold, 18-carat white gold and diamonds.

THE RIBBON
A signature element of the CHANEL style, the ribbon wraps itself delicately around the wrist and the finger with a flexible bracelet and ring, in 18-carat BEIGE GOLD and diamonds.

THE LION
A lion brooch in 18-carat yellow gold and diamonds completes this collection of icons.

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