Michael B The Paris Ring
At once architectural and feminine, The Paris Collection was inspired by the sweeping elegance of the Eiffel Tower. The Micro Pave on the band and setting feature ultra-miniature diamonds of the highest color and clarity available, each individually hand-set by Michael B.'s master cratsmen in Studio City, California.
|Name||The Paris Ring|
|Department||Bridal & Engagement|
In the early 1990’s, when gold was still king, Michael re-discovered an old friend, Platinum, and transformed the jewelry industry forever. The metal of royalty first made famous by Louis Cartier, Platinum had been ignored by a jewelry establishment that was increasingly focused on mass production.Although a softer metal, Platinum is far more dense and durable than gold. As a result, working with Platinum requires far more skill, time and effort. By the end of the decade, Michael turned Platinum into a household name with an array of innovative and spectacular designs. Michael was also the first to implement Micro Pavé, an intricate and painstaking yet elegant method of setting ultra-miniature diamonds to lend a more delicate ambience to the center stone than had ever been achieved. Michael was also first to focus not just on the outside of the ring but on the bottom and inside as well. He began incorporating his logo into the back of each piece and eliminated unsightly holes inside the ring. His look was bold, solid and unmistakably Michael B.With the introduction of the Trois © Collection, Michael set another trend by incorporating a matching band on each side of the engagement ring. The ...