Mas­ter Pieces

Chow Tai Fook has cre­ated spec­tac­u­lar jew­ellery in­spired by the ti­tans of ab­stract art. Char­lene Co takes a look at the col­lec­tion

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Chow Tai Fook cre­ates spec­tac­u­lar jew­els in­spired by the ti­tans of ab­stract art

Chow tai fook’s le labyrinthe Artis­tique col­lec­tion is not for the faint-hearted. Draw­ing in­spi­ra­tion from the works of mas­ter ab­stract artists Piet Mon­drian, Robert De­lau­nay, Frank Stella and Wass­ily Kandin­sky, to name a few, these dra­matic pieces are a com­bi­na­tion of vi­brant colours, geo­met­ric pat­terns, con­cen­tric cir­cles and grace­ful lines. Le Labyrinthe Artis­tique is Chow Tai Fook’s fifth high jew­ellery col­lec­tion. It was pre­sented to the brand’s top clients last month and will go on the block at a VIP auc­tion din­ner in Novem­ber. The col­lec­tion com­prises 15 mag­nif­i­cent pieces, each one em­u­lat­ing the sig­na­ture style of a spe­cific artist. Here we present four of the creations to tempt you: La Lu­miere de L’in­fini, La Danse de Temps, L’acous­tique du Coeur and Les Blocs de Fan­taisie.

GEO­MET­RIC GEMS A model dis­plays a bracelet and ring from the L’acous­tique du Coeur set for Chow Tai Fook’s VIP clients

La Lu­miere de L’in­fini Echo­ing the bold in­ter­lock­ing arcs of Frank Stella’s Har­ran II, this white-gold neck­lace is head­lined by an 18-carat opal and ac­cen­tu­ated by di­a­monds, sap­phires and tour­ma­lines

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