De Beers unveils sparkling Forces of Nature ring collection

UPON hearing the mention of diamonds, it’s only natural for one’s mind to wander to De Beers. Since being established in 1888, De Beers has become known across the globe for its research into high-quality diamonds.

Selecting the rarest natural diamonds, the jewellery house continues to create traditional, yet contemporary designs to this day. Having recently released a holiday campaign highlighting its Enchanted Lotus collection, the House continues to awe with its sparkling accessories.

Now, De Beers has just unveiled its De Beers Forces of Nature collection.

Buffalo Crown Ring

Elephant Crown Ring

Crafting a prestigious new collection based upon eight animals native to southern Africa, De Beers has opted to showcase designs inspired by the natural world. The new collection consists of eight solitaire diamond rings – each accompanied by a crown or jacket. Working alongside its high jewellery atelier, the House has delivered yet another infallible offering.

Each ring, despite being intentionally abstracted, depicts the animals in all their glory. In particular, the lion-inspired Jacket Ring features a mane formed from beaded gold and a 5.09-carat warm-white trilliant-cut diamond. The other animals included in the collection include the rhino, leopard, zebra, buffalo, kudu, elephant and giraffe.

Greater Kudo Crown Ring

Leopard Jacket Ring

Speaking on the new pieces, De Beers’ CEO Céline Assimon said: “I am incredibly proud to unveil eight one-of-a-kind rings from our new High Jewellery collection.

Lion Jacket Ring

The eight featured animals are an ode to the natural intoxicating beauty of the African continent, whose earth yields jaw-dropping natural treasures. When designing the rings, we had no constraints: we were guided by the individual character of eight extraordinary diamonds.”

by Sophie Richardson

De Beers’ Forces of Nature will be available to buy online at debeers.com and in more than 30 stores worldwide.

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