In 1931, René Lalique created the"Cabochon" ring, originally in glass. It is now known as the Gourmande ring.
In 2014, Lalique designed a new line of bold, contemporary jewellery called Icône. The Icône collection by Lalique is an exceptional union of the House's codes.
Genuine signatures of the jeweller's emblematic know-how can be read on these pieces, like the generous round cabochon cut of the Gourmande ring that embraces the gadrooned grooves of the Vibrante line's Langeais motif that blends with the enamelled dots crafted in contrasting colours of the famous Cactus motif.
The Icône ring follows in the steps of the orginal Gourmande ring. With elegance and sensuality the perfect roundness of this cabochon ring's crystal is crafted in detail as a sculptor chisels tight and materials to reveal a jewel of exceptional brilliance.
The Art Deco spirit of the icône collection by Lalique echoes the chic of costume jewellery from the Roaring Twenties. Available in four crystal colours : black enamelled clear crystal, white enamelled black crystal, and white enamelled Cap-Ferrat blue crystal on silver, and gold enamelled clear crystal on vermeil.