Among the jewel exhibitions held recently, the Nature’s Wonders High Jewelry Exhibition launched by DE BEERS has the strongest artistic sense! The brand has been committed to building up a sustainable and harmless diamond earring industry on Earth; the establishment of the Building Forever project has developed four concepts, protecting the natural world, community partnership program, standing with women and being the industry-leading professional with ethical fulfillment. Besides sponsoring more than 700 women micro-entrepreneurs in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa as well as supporting the elevation of educational quality in local communities, DE BEERS brings positive influence to the overall natural environment through the implementation of conservation projects.
The exhibition is a joint creation completed by the collaboration with Lee Chi, the installation artist; it takes the diamond as nature’s masterpiece of art as the basic to deliver the core spirit of DE BEERS in the integration with nature; the three formation phases of a diamond, “untouched, cutting, ever-lasting” are taken as the blueprint that describes the precious and unexpected aura of glory. Furthermore, through the reorganized integration of the sustainable eco-friendly compound materials and botanical elements, the collection of the reconstructed displays named “Aura of glory” has been completed.
In addition to the installation art that brings us a brand-new sensory excitement and pleasure, the exhibited jewelry masterpieces are extremely fantastic; there’re over 60 pieces of luxurious jewelry artworks at the total price of more than NT$9 billion, from the highest classification ranked DE BEERS flawless Type IIa D with fancy cutting to the extremely rare “Chameleon Diamond” as well as the precious and rare colored diamonds, including orange diamond, blue diamond, pink diamond, etc. they are the best model examples of teamwork between mother nature and professional jewelry craftsmen.