Designed in a contemporary and haute couture style Messika diamonds are easy to wear. Nevertheless, they are also comfortable and applicable to every style.
As the daughter of a renowned diamond merchant, Valérie Messika draws deep in her family heritage for her eponymous jewellery brand’s Move collection in Noa edition.
Unique Move Noa design combine classic, highly defined lines with a delicate geometric details, creating sensuous curves that lure the eye and fixate the attention.
Take an inspiring message with you everywhere you go with these exquisite jewelry pieces. An iconic collection from Maison Messika in an even more dazzling interpretation, featuring the distinctive three moving diamonds.
In its gold version, the Move Noa jewelry stands out with its subtle lines, gleaming solid gold and sparkling diamonds. Like a ribbon, Noa jewellery pieces twine delicately and comfortably around wrist, finger or neck.
If you're looking for glamour, Messika is the perfect designer.
Harmoniously combining charm and minimalism, this heirloom worthy design is constructed from 18ct gold with a sublte inset with a trio of sparkling brilliant cut diamonds, surrounded by a cluster of pavé set diamonds for continuous sparkle.
Messika's exceptional lineup, Lucky Move, features a new series of moving diamonds, a signature concept of the renowed Parisian atelier.
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