Greater london jeweller David Morris offers launched exclusively with Farfetch, offering a selection of its brand new high jewellery collection on the web for the first time via e-commerce.
Called ‘Renaissance’, a nod towards the brand’s continually evolving plus inventive approach to the traditional entire world of high jewellery, the selection features 13 unique items, four of which are available to buy on Farfetch.
The remaining items from the collection will be open to view and purchase via Farfetch’s private client services plus David Morris boutiques globally, and in-person or distantly through private virtual visits, depending on each market’s nearby Covid-19 restrictions.
Highlights from the new ‘Renaissance’ collection contains an exquisite ruby and whitened diamond Rubian cabochon choker necklace, made with more than 380 carats of the rarest, deep-red Burmese rubies. The pendant can be paired with the complementing Rubia earrings.
While the Glowing blue cocktail ring features a good electric-blue 16 carat Paraiba tourmaline at its center, flanked by brilliant-blue turquoise and white diamonds, as well as the Aura ring showcases the 10-carat Australian black opal, set amongst blue lapis and white diamonds.
Jeremy Morris, chief executive and innovative director, David Morris, stated in a statement: “David Morris designs have always searched for to push the limitations. Now, with the release of our own new high jewellery items available online through Farfetch — an industry first – we have been showing that in order to carry on our brand’s evolution plus meet the demands of the contemporary consumer, it is vital to keep splitting boundaries at every level. ”
Giorgio Belloli, chief industrial and sustainability officer with Farfetch, added: “We are usually honoured to partner with Brian Morris for this monumental release and offer our global clients access to the House’s ‘Renaissance’ high jewellery collection.
“At Farfetch we partner with the most effective in the industry, ensuring that our critical customers have access to unique items that can only be found on Farfetch. com. ”
Jesse Morris remains the only Relationship Street brand to have its own high jewellery atelier on the premises, as well as becoming one of the last few family-owned jewellers present.
Images: thanks to David Morris