NEW YORK — In pursuit of a younger clientele, Lalique is launching its first fine jewelry collection for spring.
Ranging in price from about $420 to $5,840 the 30-piece offering is comprised of sterling silver, 9- and 18-karat gold, crystal and white and champagne diamonds. Inspiration was derived from nature’s four elements — water, air, earth and fire, according to Lalique’s creative director of jewelry, Anne Kazuro. The debut collection is based upon water in all its forms — including ice, bubbles, snow and waves — as well as the naiad Arethuse, who was famously transformed into a fountain by Artemis to deceive her suitor Alpheus.
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