In the exuberant sun of the Riviera, a dreamlike blue multiplies its facets, creating a color palette used by FRED as a precious source of inspiration.
Intensely glamorous, passionately hedonistic, and eternally warm and vibrant, the blues light up with a radiance unique to the Maison's collections.
It is a story of love at first sight.
When he first discovered the Riviera, Fred Samuel fell for its unique light, a reminder of the light that nurtured him in Latin America during his childhood.
The jewelry is enchanted by a palette of Mediterranean blues, from the sea to the sky, which find unparalleled intensity in sapphires, topazes, aquamarines, turquoises, lapis, and other natural treasures.
Blue comes naturally to illuminate Force 10, an iconic collection born of Fred Samuel's passion for the sea.
A new blue with a gentle green tinge washes over the new Force 10 rope, joining the blue collection of interchangeable rope straps in turquoise, indigo, denim, and navy.
Discover the Force 10 collectionGlinting like droplets of water on skin emerging from the Mediterranean, the Chance Infinie High Jewelry sets combine diamonds with blue Madagascan and royal blue Sri Lankan sapphires, gemstones with pure and deep colors.
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For the first time, Pretty Woman makes blue the color of love, which highlights the iconic heart within a heart, beating for the occasion on the new Maxi Hypnotic necklace.
Its four hearts are individually articulated and can be rotated as desired: each heart is paved with diamonds on one side and embellished with lapis lazuli and turquoise, engraved with a sunburst effect, on the other.
Versatile in the extreme, the Maxi Hypnotic necklace offers sixteen different combinations.
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FRED expands its Pain de Sucre collection with two new interchangeable cabochons in lapis lazuli and amazonite, inspired by Rio de Janeiro's famous Sugarloaf Mountain.
Invisible to the eye, this doublet further strengthens their elusive play of light.
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Dive into FRED's joyful blue universe by listening to the Happy Blue Shades playlist on Spotify.
Loosely measure your wrist with a tape measure and use the chart below to determine your size. If your measurement corresponds to two sizes, choose the size according to the tightness prefer for your bracelet. Our guide takes into account the buckle and the cable.
TOUR OF WRIST
SIZE OF BRACELET LARGE MODEL
12.2 - 13.2 cm
13.2 - 14.2 cm
14 or 1
14.2 - 15.2 cm
15 or 2
15.29 - 16.2 cm
16 or 3
16.2 - 17.2 cm
17.2 - 18.2 cm
18.2 - 19.2 cm
19.2 - 20.2 cm
TOUR OF WRIST
SIZE OF BRACELET MEDIUM MODEL
12.5 - 13.5 cm
13.5 - 14.5 cm
14 or 1
14.5 - 15.5 cm
15 or 2
15.5 - 16.5 cm
16 or 3
16.5 - 17.5 cm
17.2 - 18.2 cm
18.5 - 19.5 cm
19.5 - 20.5 cm
Download and print our size bracelet. It must be printed on a full A4 sheet of paper. Follow the instructions, then note the size of your wrist.
If you already own a ring in your size, you can find the size engraved inside your ring. If the size is not visible, print the ring finder at full scale, then place your ring on the circle that bets fits the inside of the ring. That is your size.
If you prefer not to print, measure the internal diameter of your ring and use the chart below to determine your size. For example if the internal diameter of your ring is 16.24 mm, it is a ring of size 51.
Symbol of love par excellence, the diamond is one of the favourite stones of the Maison FRED. White or coloured, it has always been at the heart of our most precious creations. On engagement rings or wedding rings, the diamond naturally finds a place of choice. Each stone is rigorously selected according to the famous 4C rule: Cut for the cut, Color for its hue, Carat for its weight and Clarity for its purity. A universal jeweller's language reinforced by techniques of embellishment and work on the stones such as setting or paving. For the brilliant cut from 0.30ct and for the other cuts from 0.50 carat, the central diamond set on FRED mounts is accompanied by a certificate issued by one of the following international reference laboratories: - The GIA (Gemological Institute of America) - The HRD (Hoge Raad Voor Diamond) These organizations ensure that the diamonds meet the quality standards required by Maison FRED.
The cut of the stone determines its brilliance. Only a perfectly proportioned cut gives the diamond its optimum brilliance. In order to always offer stones respecting this criterion of excellence, Maison FRED makes a strict selection of its diamonds.
The purity of a diamond is defined by the number, type, size and position of inclusions present in the stone. Like any natural stone, almost all diamonds contain inclusions. A diamond is considered to be âflawlessâ if there are no inclusions if it contains no visible flaws when magnified 10 times. Maison FRED only selects stones with a degree of purity between IF and VS2, which is the guarantee of an exceptional clarity and a lack of inclusions visible to the naked eye.