Latique launches its latest collection Bloom

Hallmarked by design and creativity, Latique by Latika Khanna adds a beautiful note to your spring wardrobe with their new collection

February 28, 2020: Latique, an Indian fine jewellery company, has introduced its Bloom collection.  Inspired by geometric patterns derived from basic shapes, and colours borrowed from orchids, the collection delivers an edge. The colours pink and blue of the orchid blend beautifully inside the flower inspired collection. 

Latique Bloom floral jewelry collection

The collection includes Grazia, a necklace which is beautifully set in 18kt gold, highlighting sapphires and rubies in a geometric pattern, with drops of culture pearls and ruby lights that blend in with brilliant-cut diamonds. 

Their Bluhen earrings are structural yet exquisitely made in 18kt gold with brilliant-cut diamonds, ruby lights, sapphires and drops of tourmalines. Strong patterns that stand out with their colours set in 18kt gold, Aurrera is diamond-patterned rubies, brilliant-cut and sapphires in oval pattern and south sea pearl drops that show the brilliance of the piece. 

Latique Bloom floral jewelry collection

Their Grandi sapphire tops with the geometric pattern of baguette diamonds set in 18kt gold with multiple drops of sapphires and ruby lights is a standout charm. The 'Flor' ring is set in colours of ruby and sapphire and a neutralizing solitaire set in 18kt gold with white diamonds giving the ring a modern touch, while 'floret' is a mesmerizingly designed brooch with the depths and curves of a flower set in 18 kt white gold with diamonds and rubies that ornate the look.

Latique Bloom floral jewelry collection

Available at: The Oberoi, 443, Udyog Vihar Phase 5, Sector 19, Gurugram, Haryana, India

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