LALAOUNIS

The late Greek jeweler Ilias Lalaounis revived age-old goldsmithing techniques from his home country back in the ‘60s, earning him the title “The Father of 22-karat gold.” These time-honored techniques remain at the heart of the label—now helmed by the founder’s four daughters—and include the granulation and meticulous hand-craftsmanship in the latest collection. In true Lalaounis style, the hand-braided, -woven, and -hammered styles seen here are all crafted from the house’s signature rich, buttery yellow gold and reference ancient Greek history.
The buy: the hand-hammered yellow gold ring punctuated with a single emerald and blue sapphires.  
 

LALAOUNIS

The late Greek jeweler Ilias Lalaounis revived age-old goldsmithing techniques from his home country back in the ‘60s, earning him the title “The Father of 22-karat gold.” These time-honored techniques remain at the heart of the label—now helmed by the founder’s four daughters—and include the granulation and meticulous hand-craftsmanship in the latest collection. In true Lalaounis style, the hand-braided, -woven, and -hammered styles seen here are all crafted from the house’s signature rich, buttery yellow gold and reference ancient Greek history.
The buy: the hand-hammered yellow gold ring punctuated with a single emerald and blue sapphires.  
 

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