Monday, 1 September 2008

De Grisogon owns my heart!

Those of you that have seen me in picture or in person will know that I am absolutely obsessed with sparkly things, diamonds in particular. Those of you that know me will know that I am more than infatuated with De Grisogono. Founded by Fawaz Gruosi in 1993 De Grisogono is notorious for its unapologetic elaboration and its outrageously beautifull designs. Most of the jewelery peices are aimed at women but that has never hindered my efforts in the past. There isn't a single peice I wouldn't wear if my pockets were only a little deeper.

Here are some examples...

This is the necklace that Queen Kimora Lee Simmons owns.

And let us not forget...

The Spirit of De Grisogono
I'm not one to blaspheme but if you're lucky enough to see this ring in real life you'll note that the main stone isn't that big compared to other stones you may have seen however, at 312.24 carats it is the worlds largest natural black diamond. It's also the 5th largest diamond in the world which is more than enough to make me want it. The diamond originally weighed around 587 carats in its rough form and took well over a year to cut.

Not only is De Grisogon responsible for the worlds largest black diamond but they are also the creators of the worlds first all mechanical watch with an integrated digital display. The watch is made of titanium and only 177 are being made world wide.

I don't even want to know how much it costs.

There are no words to describe the feelings that De Grisogon evoke in me.

They say the best way to a mans heart is through his stomach. Well, the best way to mine is through the door at; 14a New Bond, st London, W1S 3SX. Feel free to pick me up anything from there. It's all good!


  1. the one with the dolphin is so cute!!!

  2. Well at £68,000 I should hope so.

  3. niyi if its coved in crystal ur going to like it! ur such a magpie... lol

  4. fab, fab, fab...
    these candies make me drool...hee!


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