“Ports of Call” Earrings in white and pink gold, set with two pear-shaped D VVS1 diamonds of 2.05 and 2.04 carats, two oval-shaped “bright orange-red” spinels of 1.03 and 1.00 carat, round and oval-shaped orange-red spinels, round Paraiba tourmalines, round sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds.
The “Ports of Call” Earrings majestically illustrate the art of colour dear to the Maison. A row of exceptional brick-red spinels call upon Paraiba sapphires and tourmalines, evoking the translucent waters of a port or cove. Like waves gliding on the shore, the asymmetrical curves of this creation perfectly skirt the earlobe for a deliberately bold wear. The earrings end with two sublime pear-shaped diamonds, the Maison's signature cut and a precious allusion to water drops.
Since its creation in 1780, Chaumet has drawn its inspiration from the elements of nature. Water plays a major role. With Ondes et Merveilles de Chaumet, the Maison dedicates an entire collection of high jewellery to the sea. An invitation to travel, exploring a variety of horizons to tell the story of the sea in all its manifestations, from waves caressing the water’s surface through to underwater treasure hunts, ships in ports of call and the currents of the Gulf Stream.