The Art of de GRISOGONO

High Jewelry Collection

For its 17th Cannes Film Festival, jeweller de GRISOGONO presents its Haute Joaillerie creations in colours. 

Creations to be mixed and matches as desired; electrifying jewellery sets in dazzling shades that will bring vivid colour to the red carpet…

Until the early 1930s, the art of colour in cinema was in two-colour mode: red and green.

Red, Ultra-feminine and Seductive

  • In 18K white gold set with one Burmese cushion-cut ruby (18.13 ct), 46 briolette-cut white diamonds (approx. 45.11 ct) and 319 white diamonds (approx. 3.47 ct)
  • In 18K rose gold set with one brilliant-cut diamond (7.12 ct), 21 cabochon cut rubies (15.70 ct), 111 brilliant-cut rubies (approx. 16.50 ct) and 162 white diamonds (approx. 2.75 ct)

Its flamboyant scarlet nature embodies a peaceful feminine takeover, elegantly catching the light and drawing all eyes. It is the unmistakable heroine, the most appealing of all gems. Striking a powerful contrast with pure white, it offers a vivid reminder that the brightest of shades stems from three primary colours: red, green and blue.

Green, Glamorous and Rebellious

A brilliant green infused with contemporary energy, nature’s pigment flaunts its rich and luxuriant hue through a powerful, intense green emerald characterised by extreme purity and transparency.

Offering a twist on the black technique used in films to heighten the contrast of the final print,
de GRISOGONO enhances this unique creation with its emblematic chiaroscuro effect.

In 18K white gold set with one Colombian cushion-cut emerald (11.60 ct) and 532 black diamonds (approx. 11.30 ct)

Blue, Sensual and Inspirational

A clear blue hue, as infinite as the sky and sea, shines through an oval-cut sapphire.
In a resolutely couture-style trio, de GRISOGONO mingles the tender and deep chromatic nuances of sapphire, diamonds and emeralds.

In 18K white gold set with one oval cut blue sapphire (16.89 ct), 21 marquise-cut emeralds (approx. 4.05 ct), 17 marquise-cut white diamonds (approx. 3.50 ct), 55 emeralds (approx. 0.50 ct) and 15 blue sapphires (approx. 0.04 ct)

Yellow, Optimistic and Luminous

A universal, deliberate and literal symbol of the sun, yellow blends freely with the chromatic circle – black, grey, navy blue, emerald green, denim blue, bright blue, white, khaki, as well as shades of beige, orange and pink. A yellow diamond reflecting the sun, igniting everything it touches and radiating a dazzling glory that accentuates the contrast between light and shade.

In 18K yellow gold set with one cushion-cut yellow diamond (5.77 ct), 21 baguette-cut yellow diamonds (approx. 2.85 ct) and 401 brilliant-cut black diamonds (approx. 7.15 ct)

In a preview unveiling of five Haute Joaillerie rings, de GRISOGONO has instilled in its creations the first three colours of cinema: emerald green, ruby red and sapphire blue. Three colours that give life through subtractive synthesis to three new shades: magenta, cyan and yellow, joined by the trendiest secondary colour of them all, combining red and blue into purple.

A collection as rich in nuances as a chromatic circle. Creations to be mixed and matches as desired electrifying jewellery sets in dazzling shades that will bring vivid colour to the red carpet.

Magenta, Strong in Pink

Offering a combination of warm and cold tones, magenta pink exercises powerful visual appeal with its tangy, distinctive shades.

Elegant, powerful and stylish, magenta exudes an alliance of strength and balance whose character is highlighted through opposition. Set against a contrasting black background, it naturally draws attention, surprises and dares; while radiating an ultra-sophisticated look when paired with white.

  • In 18k pink gold set with an oval-cut rubellite (18.29 cts), 315 rubies (approx. 3.12 cts) and 8 cylindrical-cut onyx (approx. 6.33 cts)
  • In 18K pink gold set with 2 cushion-cut rubies (16.77cts), 293 rubies (approx. 4.81cts) and 12 cylindrical-cut onyx (approx. 9 cts).

Wonderful in purple

Its distinguished natural allure comes to life through the subtle charms of amethyst. Bold nuances reveal the warm and cold tones of purple, ranging from light to very dark.

  • In 18K white gold set with an emerald-cut amethyst (15.43 cts), 72 cabochon-cut onyx (approx. 97.30 cts), 60 brilliant-cut amethysts (0.11 ct), 120 brilliant-cut diamonds (approx. 1.94 cts)
  • In rhodium-plated 18K white gold and titanium, set with 70 pear-cut amethysts (approx. 67.50 cts) and 722 brilliant-cut amethysts (approx. 15.85 cts), 160 briliant-cut rubies (aprox 3.51 cts)

In full colours mode, adorned with de GRISOGONO creations, the red carpet will be resolutely


High Jewelry Exhibition

10AM - 10PM

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