Style them up!

The gift of many…is styling!
Our favourite Danelian tennis bracelets for the season are out
and waiting for the right outfits.
Mix and match the cuts and colour or simply chose to multiply our favourite.

Did you know: The name Tennis bracelet was born after women’s tennis champion Chris Evert lost her diamond bracelet during a match in the 1987 US Open. Evert asked officials to postpone her match until the bracelet had been found–all while viewers watched her televised search for the expensive bracelet.  The accident apparently sparked the desire for new diamond bracelets in many viewers, causing a craze for what became affectionately known as “the tennis bracelet.” Before that though, in the early 1920s, women as well as men were often found wearing lightweight “eternity bracelets,” which would look to us today like the tennis bracelet. A diamond tennis bracelet is usually thin and simple, making it sleek and elegant, classic.



Chiarra darling!

Chiara Ferragni sporting our golden diamond chain bracelet while fitting in her dazzling wardrobe.
Thank Chiara for wearing proudly <3 one of our rock star gem pieces!


celebrity engagement inspo

Is there a more beautiful insta-moment then showing off your sparkle?
This past year so many fav celebrities finally got
engaged and they did not  think twice before giving us some public celebration.
Above super model Tony Garrn wearing her new emerald cut engagement ring.
And folowing below is the oldest most stylish and powerfull couple in fashion, Natalia Bodianova
and Antoine Arnault, finally to be married!

Experimenting with new shapes, the Danelian collection has a twist of tradition with embelished modern cuts. Here is our new
round cut with different halo inspiration and a diamond band.


come by!

We all enjoy looking at our diamond ring, but sometimes you
simply must try all of them on!
Our Danelian private showroom hosts the new full collection of
modern and vintage diamond gems.
Bracelets, necklaces, surely the most creative collection
of unique engagement rings.
Book your private viewing. 


Men wearing serious carats

Yep. It is definitely a new modern trend full of confidence.
Men like jewellery, and love diamonds.  And we like that very much and design for them too!

If it isn’t Ronaldo wearing a 200k diamond ring, there goes Johnny Depp
in his round cut ring. Both classic pieces that inspire love of self  and a sense of achievement.Or a more eccentric styling like pop star singer Pharell Williams in a much valuable
diamond brooch and multiple layering black diamond necklaces.

This season’s Danelian collection went for a classic black diamond slick
tennis bracelet. It is the perfect match for a stylish watch and a suit or just jeans and sneakers. Either way, we love it.


At the Musée du Louvre

It’s been more than thirty years since the Crown Diamonds
were last put on display at the Musée du Louvre.

What an opportunity to look back at the history of the Hortensia and Regent diamonds.
With their mysterious names, these separate diamonds were mounted and set for a great number of kings, queens, emperors and empresses who had the pleasure of wearing them over the years. The Inventories of the Crown allow us to trace their eventful history.

The Hortensia, the pink diamond
Peach in colour, l’hortensia is known as the Pink five sided diamond and takes its name from the daughter of Joséphine de Beauharnais, Hortense de Beauharnais.
Each famous diamond has some kind of mystery attached to it, usually involving the location of its discovery, the identity of the discoverer, or a contested ownership. With the Hortensia diamond, the mystery lies in its name.

The Regent, the most beautiful diamond in the world

The colour of this diamond was declared from its discovery to be “of the first water”: its exceptional purity means the stone is entirely colourless. Its perfect size gives it an incredible power of dispersion, it’s illuminations flare with all the colours of the rainbow.
The diamond became part of the French Crown’s collections, taking the name of Millionaire, then French Regent and finally just Regent.

Also stolen from the Garde-Meuble in 1792, it was discovered under the beams of an attic just one year later.
Saved from sale in 1887, the Regent was valued at 12 million francs and was immediately sent to the Musée du Louvre.
Photo by E.Kiss