Valérie Messika dares to dream, pushing the boundaries of traditional High Jewelry. Playing on the theme of nature in the Wild West, she brings together wood, diamonds and gold for the very first time. Ziricote, a unique Central American wood known for its rich designs, is combined with a delicate pink gold entourage, giving these High Jewelry diamond pieces a new and unique dimension.
The motifs found in the Black Hawk Diamond High Jewelry set are reminiscent of the eagle feathers that adorn traditional Native American headdresses. Each feather symbolises an act of bravery: their number, position and colour each carry a particular meaning. In a juxtaposed symphony set side by side, the wooden, diamond and gold petals found on this diamond jewelry piece create a unique High Jewelry set.
Diamonds against wood, stones as light as feathers. In this new diamond High Jewelry collection, diamond necklaces and other pieces of High Jewelry tame materials and reflect the nature in which diamond becomes a talisman. Valérie Messika designs a women’s diamond jewelry collection inspired by the chromatic variations of sunlight and pushes the traditional boundaries of High Jewelry, combining wood with diamonds and 18-carat pink gold. Discover the unique expertise of the Messika Maison through this unprecedented and bold High Jewelry collection, designed for women by a woman. To make the diamond free, this is the mantra of Valérie Messika. For Messika, a diamond should live alongside the person wearing it. Far from traditions, the diamond moves, lives, twists, has fun, it’s meant to be new, rock and ultra-desirable. Movement is at the heart of the design. Flawless ergonomics make Messika’s diamond jewelry for women ultra-easy to wear and show off both day and night. The diamond subtly enhances its wearer without ever being in the way. Freedom of movement, but also freedom of style and technique. Valérie Messika frees herself from classical jewelry, which she twists with her very couture touch. Her diamond earrings soar along the length of the ear, her diamond rings rise up on several fingers, and her cuff bracelets embellish the forearms. By creating the Messika Maison, the designer wanted to bring a breath of fresh air and freedom to the jewelry world. An evolution of lifestyles, techniques and trends, Messika diamond jewelry makes its mark in style on the jewelry world.