High Jewelry
High Jewelry
The deBoulle High Jewelry collection celebrates innovative craftsmanship and timeless design — the absolute ultimate in luxury — each created to mesmerize and delight. Our collection includes new designs and new editions and features a selection of some of the world’s most rare and sought-after stones. From vibrant emeralds to fiery conch pearls, these stones exemplify nature at its finest — rendered even more exquisite, as only deBoulle can.
 
Discover these extraordinary creations, brilliantly worn by returning deBoulle brand
ambassador Niki Taylor, as she shines with elegance and ease. Glamorous, alluring, inspired: That is deBoulle High Jewelry.
 
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High Jewelry Collection Conch and Diamond Earrings

Conch pearls are among the rarest and most expensive type of pearl in the world. Conch pearls are produced naturally by the queen conch mollusk, found in the Caribbean. Most are elongated or baroque in shape; near-round specimens are extremely rare. 
 
Conch pearls are found in a variety of colors, from white, beige, yellow and brown to golden and many shades of pink. Pink conch pearls are considered to be the most valuable. The finest examples often exhibit a flame-like structure that are visible to the naked eye.
 
Pretty in pink conch pearls alternate with round brilliant diamonds from 18K yellow gold mountings covered in more diamonds.
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High Jewelry Collection Persephone Ring

In ancient Greek mythology, Persephone became the queen of the underworld. Her return to the surface represents the seasons changing from winter to spring.

As vibrant and lush as the spring, a natural Colombian sugar-loaf emerald totaling more than 8 carats crowns this striking and ornate design with diamonds, crafted in 18K white gold.
 
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Sapphires come in an array of colors: pinks, yellows, greens, oranges and violets – which are often referred to as fancy sapphires. Sapphires come in every color except red. If a sapphire is red, it is classified as a ruby; both are part of the corundum mineral family.

High Jewelry Collection Lotus Ring

The padparadscha sapphire is a rare but striking gem that is pink- and orange-toned, offering a colorful alternative to the more well-known blue. The word “padparadscha” is derived from the Sinhalese word for “lotus flower,” owing to that blossom’s brightly colored pink petals, which are echoed in the bright pink-orange hue.
Rare and striking, a stunning oval cut padparadscha sapphire totaling more than 5 carats is framed by oval diamonds in this 18K yellow gold ring

Immerse yourself in a kaleidoscope of color. Every beautiful opal is truly one-of-a-kind, each with a unique pattern of rainbow flashes.

High Jewelry Collection Opulence Ring

A striking Australian black opal totaling more than 10 carats showcases a swirling play of color with bold greens and blues. Rose-cut diamonds totaling more than 7 carats are set down the mounting crafted in 18K white gold.

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