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Flame Ember Earrings

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Flame Ember Earrings


Flame Ember Earrings

A pair of earrings set with three "Flame" cut diamonds, symbolizing our inner fire. Exclusive signature of Unsaid Paris, captured in 18K recycled gold.
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Rose gold

Flame Ember Earrings
Flame Ember Earrings
Jewelry handcrafted from renewable energy.
Exceptional diamonds set in 18K recycled gold
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Flame Ember Earrings
Flame Ember Earrings


An incandescent dance

The Flame Ember Earrings are pieces of jewelry that reveal your inner fire. Three "Flame" cut diamonds, like a constellation of incandescent embers, sparkle in a handcrafted 18K recycled gold setting. Their fiery and dancing curves are perfectly highlighted by a refined setting. Born from the know-how of the master craftsmen of Unsaid Paris, this pair of earrings captures the intensity of your personal energy. The "Flame" cut, an exclusive signature of Unsaid Paris, with its 37 facets and flame-shaped table, captures the very essence of fire: its warmth, its passion and its brilliance. Diamonds are created from renewable energy and symbolize Unsaid Paris' commitment to protecting the planet. Wear them alone for a fiery spark, or show your sparkle by pairing them with other Unsaid Paris creations. Available in 18K recycled white, yellow, and rose gold.

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Jewel reference U13ER1

Gold weight 18K: 1.60 gr

18K recycled gold

Total diamond weight: 0.98 carat

Patented Flame cut: 37 facets

Diamond colour: D-E-F

Diamond clarity: VVS1 to VVS2

Delivered with an IGI certificate above 0.5 carat

Certificate of authenticity is included

Size guide

A perfect fit

Whether a stud or a dangling chandelier, our earrings don't differ in size - only design and length. All you need to choose is the right occasion to wear them.

The inspiration

The fire within

Fire, one of the four classical elements in Greek philosophy, symbolises energy, assertiveness, and passion. According to myth, Prometheus stole fire from Mount Olympus, defying Zeus to aid humanity's progress. He hid a flame in a fennel stalk, delivering this symbol of knowledge and power to mankind, knowing they would use it to change the world.

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