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Home Fashion Rihanna was spotted wearing a Lydia Couteille tsavorite and green tourmaline ring on August 29,...

Rihanna was spotted wearing a Lydia Couteille tsavorite and green tourmaline ring on August 29, 2016 while out and about in New York City.


 
Lydia Couteille:
 

 

After years as an antiques dealer, the Paris-based designer Lydia Courteille began to redesign the heirloom cameos of her friends, turning them into rings embellished with the 18th-century gems she collected. After gaining rapid popularity in Paris and abroad, Courteille went out on her own, launching her infamous label with collections inspired by the Mexican gardens of Xochimilico and the Amazon jungle. A certified gemologist, she sources the finest precious stones and transforms them into intricate, fantastical adornments that have earned her a star-studded clientele and critical acclaim. www.lydiacourteille.com

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