Courbet, the first ecological jeweller and partner of the exhibition, has acquired a Dillon Marsh's photography : "For What it's Worth (Koffiefontein Mine - 7.6 million carats of diamonds)".
The world of jewellery is evolving with Courbet, a jeweller based in the Place Vendôme in Paris. With its strong symbolic design and solid values, Courbet places ecology and ethics at the top of its priorities. Courbet uses only laboratory-created, cultured diamonds and recycled ecological gold. From the Place Vendôme, its boutique at the Printemps Haussmann and its website, Courbet intends to make luxury and sustainability resonate, and to promote French know-how. Without the good, the beautiful is nothing.
Interview Charlotte Daehn, Director of Communication, Head of CSR at COURBET
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