David Morris To Open New Boutique in Paris
David Morris has been crafting fine jewelry since 1962, always with a unique twist. Originating in London, the brand has since gained worldwide recognition, opening six locations to supply its customers with beautiful pieces inspired by the beauty in England, even featuring additional concessions in Moscow, Saudi Arabia, and Baku. Opening later this year in Paris is the brand’s seventh location—a boutique at 364 Rue Saint-Honoré in the city’s first arrondissement. Similar to the London flagship, the location will showcase the jewelry brand’s exquisite collections, featuring high-end pieces, and providing bespoke designs to customers. Special guests of the boutique will be able to gain access to a select number of rare, one-of-a-kind gems, like the brand’s Padparadscha sapphire ring—an 8.6 carat sapphire ring with oval surrounding diamonds and a pink diamond micro-set shank in 18 carat white gold—and the Paraiba Tourmaline ring—a 12.26 carat tourmaline ring with marquise-cut surrounding white diamonds, tourmaline rounds, and a diamond micro-set shank in 18 carat white gold.
Not-to-miss, as well, is David Morris’ Petite Palm Collection. Following the Palm collection from 2013, this iteration is inspired by summertime English gardens. Mimicking both soft and vibrant colors found in nature, Petite Palm is full of an array of unique gemstones, including regal pink rubellites, luxurious green tourmalines, mother of pearl, and sleek black onyx.
“We are honoured to be opening a boutique in Paris,” said Jeremy Morris, Managing Director and Principal Designer of David Morris. “The city is not only über stylish and chic, but seriously creative too—something that is reflected in the designs we produce at David Morris. I trained in Parisian workshops that made jewellery for the top houses and am personally delighted to now be able to offer our discerning clients new creations that will pay homage to this beautiful city.”