Poiray Gold Sapphire Diamond Dome Ring


Late 20th Century
18k Yellow Gold
Sapphire, Round Brilliant Cut Diamond
9.2 grams
Poiray, 750, 33445, French eagle essay mark

Between tradition and modernity, elegance as heritage.
An 18k gold sapphire dome ring by Poiray. The dome part is adorned with round cut sapphires and diamonds. The latter, five gems in total, are staged in a zig-zag pattern among the sapphires. This Poiray ring is sparkly and dazzling. It has a great shimmering effect that makes it wearable and suitable for casual style.

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    About Poiray Brand

    Established in Paris in 1975, over the years Poiray, a renowned jewelry company, has undergone several transformations in its aesthetic. Initially founded by François Hérail and Michel Ermelin, Poiray quickly gained recognition for its distinctive blend of elegance, innovation, and French craftsmanship. The brand’s design evolution reflects changing tastes, trends, and the vision of the brand’s creative directors.
    In its early years, Poiray’s jewelry designs epitomized classic French elegance. The pieces often featured timeless motifs such as bows, ribbons, and floral elements. The brand gained a loyal following for its sophisticated yet understated aesthetic.
    In the 1990s one of Poiray’s most iconic collections, Ma Première, debuted and left a lasting impression on the world of luxury jewelry. Central to this collection was the customizable Ma Première watch, characterized by its interchangeable straps and bold design. This innovative approach to watchmaking appealed to a younger demographic and solidified Poiray’s reputation as a forward-thinking brand.
    As the new millennium unfolded, Poiray underwent a period of reinvention, infusing its designs with contemporary flair. The brand embraced new materials, unconventional gemstone cuts, and avant-garde design elements. Collaborations with emerging artists and designers solidified the maker’s status as a modern luxury brand.
    In recent years, Poiray has adapted a minimalist aesthetic characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes, and understated luxury. The brand’s designs have become more streamlined and versatile. This shift towards minimalism reflects a broader trend in the luxury industry towards simplicity and sustainability.
    Throughout its evolution, Poiray has remained committed to the principles of quality craftsmanship and innovation. Today Poiray continues to be celebrated as a symbol of French luxury, with its designs attracting jewelry enthusiasts around the world.

    About French Jewelry 

    Vintage French jewelry is renowned for its exceptional craftsmanship and artistic excellence. French jewelers have a long history of mastering intricate techniques, such as filigree, enameling, and stone setting, resulting in pieces of top-notch quality and beauty. 

    Timeless jewelry designs created in France transcend fashion trends. The use of classic motifs and harmonious proportions ensures that vintage French jewelry remains relevant across generations. 

    In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, French jewelry was heavily influenced by the Art Nouveau movement. Between 1920s and 1930s, the Art Deco movement took over, influencing French jewelry with its geometric shapes, bold colors, and symmetrical designs. 

    France is home to several prestigious jewelry houses that have made significant contributions to the world of vintage jewelry. Notable names include Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Boucheron, each with its unique style and heritage.

    Coco Chanel made a significant impact on the world of jewelry with her costume jewelry designs. Her use of faux pearls, glass, and other non-traditional materials revolutionized fashion jewelry.

    Whether you’re interested in the elegance of Art Deco or the organic forms of Art Nouveau, there’s a wide range of vintage French jewelry styles to explore and appreciate.