LIENS SÉDUCTION: The youngest Liens collection calls to mind a ribbon in perpetual motion with its fluid lines. It comprises 16 pieces of fine jewellery — pendants, bracelets, hoop earrings, ear studs, and rings — in white or rose gold, with or without diamonds, and exudes graceful femininity and romance with a sprinkling of whimsy.
LIENS D’AMOUR: These white gold engagement rings of Liens d’Amour feature solitaires of diamond, or coloured gemstones such as ruby, emerald, aquamarine, tourmaline, tanzanite, spinel and sapphire, held in place with a ribbon knotted on either side to signify a pledge of love and commitment and a celebration of intertwined destinies. The line-up also includes pendants and platinum wedding rings and bands.
LIENS ÉVIDENCE: The original Liens, this dates back to 1977, and provides a masculine, architectural counterpoint to the rhythmic aesthetic in other lines. Evoking strength and conviction with clean and refined silhouettes, the Liens Évidence bands of ceramic or precious metals and paved with diamonds, feature the link motif to bridge disjointed ends, much like forging a permanent connection between two souls.
JEUX DE LIENS: This modern, playful range encapsulates the spirit of its name — games of links — with stylised X symbols that allude to pick-up sticks or a marionette’s control paddle. Launched in 2013 with diamond pavé pieces, it added in 2016 versions with gemstones such as turquoise, lapis lazuli and mother-of-pearl that held a single diamond (also a first for the Liens collection). Earlier this year, pieces adorned with pink opal and chrysoprase were introduced, making it the most colourful of the Liens family.