To celebrate a decade of existence, Akillis Paris unveils its latest fine jewellery piece and thus propels a creative momentum to its apex. Caroline Gaspard, founder of Akillis Jewellery, wanted a unique design with gemstones of exceptional colours. The elaboration of this high jewellery set epitomizes a consecration spanning ten years of creation.
Gemstones from the end of the world Pegged to the exceptional itinerary of an ultra-daring creator, open onto the world and far-flung travels, this brand-new set is an invitation to the discovery of this unusual tourmaline Paraïba stones. Just by looking at them, you sense that the Caribbean
Sea is never far away. Their scintillating lagoon nuances make the imagination soar to the top of the dream and escapade ladder.

This very special jewellery set incarnates strong multi-faceted symbolism. And since Caroline Gaspard renewed her wedding vows six times beyond frontiers, the six rows of gemstones from Paraïba are an ode to travel and love expressing with an ethnic charm the power of their original aura. A promise of happiness, a stunning combination between a carefree attitude and extravagance: everything about these pieces makes sense. The colour of the gemstones brings to mind distant seas while the beauty of the diamonds recalls the shimmering reflections of the sun on water. Its inspiration drawn from the Amazonian art of the Guarani tribes, this necklace conveys a truly sacred allure, becoming the contemporary symbol of a primitive story.

Like a large contemporary tribal breastplate, this set, whose presence is similar to a totem, conveys the universal strength of stones, the mystical heritage of native populations and the transmission of timeless aesthetics.
Geometry with an ethnic aura This unique jewellery sets prompt mystery with natural authority. Its extraverted sensuality in total osmosis with the precision of detail magnifies women. Spectacular, this set is designed to bring out flattering femininity, dressing up the neck by taking its shape
with ultra-comfortable suppleness. The stones set shape a large plastron of light, subtly lit by the lagoon blue aura of the gems, partially unveiling bare skin.
This profusion of gemstones, shining blue foam, carries desire to the border of inlaid diamonds. Between illusion and magic, their beauty is bewitching without revealing the secret of this personal emotion. (of this fascinating levitation) Evoking the magic of the islands, these stones symbolize the adventuresome spirit of Caroline Gaspard and her taste for streamlined graphic shapes in order to reach the shores of anti-conformist and modern fine jewellery.

Saada Saab Antypas: akhbar.vip@hotmail.com