Eyewear converges with fine jewellery – pieces take up to 700 hours to make and are adorned with glittering precious stones

Francis de Lara’s flamboyant eyewear converges with fine jewellery – pieces take up to 700 hours to make and are adorned with glittering precious stones.



Veteran fashion photographer John-Paul Piertrus founded Francis de Lara after attending the esteemed Florentine Metallo Nobile jewellery school and these one-of-a-kind gold-plated Eve glasses draw on the focus of his study there.
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They’re crafted in Italy by hand over 700 hours to reflect the tale of Adam and Eve – note the winding serpent arms adorned with oval-cut emeralds totalling 6.20cts and the smooth tourmaline apple which drops beneath the jaw.

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The glittering cognac diamonds, pink sapphires and 18kt gold cabochons add to the opulent mood. Wear them to bring captivating character to your appearance and watch them become a modern heirloom.

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