Black Mass in Paris collection:

Jewelled Bat Ring

These two jewelled bats are fashioned to envelope a bold black agate, to make a striking cocktail ring. The one of a kind ‘Bat Ring’ is designed in 18ct black gold, while the bats are studded...

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Life & Arts
Lydia Courteille trained as a scientist before launching her inventive fine jewellery collection in 1998. Her work has since earned an ardent following of women who love its bold colours and extravagant, baroque designs.

And while the scientific world might seem far removed from the glamorous milieu of precious stones, the designer, who’s also a trained gemmologist, approaches her collections with something of an explorer’s eye. Her collections draw from a sweep of inspirations, everything from the underwater depths – with jewelled crabs and starfish appearing on her pieces – to the butterflies and beetles of the Amazon rainforest.
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Lydia Courteille
Glimpse the alchemy that goes into creating the unique jewellery designs we carry on Auverture. Here, we go behind the scenes at Lydia Courteille. We become the spectators seeking an overview of the whole creative process. We uncover the explanations behind the inspirations, while our cameras scan the surroundings, workspaces, objects, or books that help to inspire.
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