Among other curiosities, which have fascinated men and women since the Renaissance, is that of gardens and topiary art. Niches, "Jardins Suspendus", Man has cultivated and sculpted his gardens of scents and colors as each woman and man sculpts his own inner garden.
Laure-Isabelle Mellerio had already drawn her inspiration from this great art of garden composition of the 17th and 18th centuries to give birth to two lines of precious and colorful jewelry which today embody the creative page and the success of Mellerio, namely Giardino and Color Queen.
One is an architectural hanging garden straight out of a naturalist dream of the Renaissance, the other is a light and round evocation of the flamboyantly coloured gardens of the 18th century, with their elaborate borders and fine twists.
Small "Jardins Suspendus" with colorful, sparkling but above all joyful variations are thus transcribed into precious mini gold squares. Each woman, sensitive to their refinement and wishing to express her personality and taste through them, collects them and accumulates them on her wrists according to the moment and their desire. These little hanging gardens offer each woman an infinite number of combinatory aspects to express the stages of her life and her personality, always in connection with nature, which has become Naturée by the Mellerio jeweler.