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When Marie Poniatowski decided to create her jewelry brand in 2004, she did what a few other designers were doing, bringing a breath of fresh air to a sector that had been very closed minded up until then. Freedom of inspiration, freedom to wear fine jewelry every day, freedom to mix and match them, freedom to wear them without ostentation while preserving the precious nature of jewelry and a deep attachment to its value, its timeless elegance.
It is this same brand spirit which, collection after collection, expands and enriches customer enjoyment across generations. It allows them to freely express who they are, like a second skin, to develop an intimate relationship with precious jewelry and to create their own story.
To say that each person is unique is a bespoke vanity very fashionable in luxury brands today. On the other hand, at Stone Paris, we sincerely believe that every person has a right to unique jewelry, in the way they wear it and live it
Dive into the richness of our collections, appreciate our already iconic models and find the ones that correspond to you, the ones you’ll love to wear and mix to make your own intimate wardrobe.
Find in the "know-how" section the story behind our collections and our unwavering commitment to high quality jewelry: 18-carat gold, brilliant diamonds, craftsmanship and hand-crafted jewelry.
Jewelry is eternal and will always make us dream
but today we want to make it freely.
Free to project our own aspirations,
o love the beauty of a piece or to feel more beautiful or handsome,
Free to be inspired by the past in all its forms,
To say who we are, to express our emotions,
Free to find ourselves attractive, to show delicacy or to feel stronger,
Free to have it with you at all times,
And to reinvent how it should be worn in the day to day,
And to treat yourself without waiting for someone else to, to buy it casually.
Jewelry has become a freedom of expression and of being.
Marie Poniatowski’s personal story, combined with her entrepreneurial spirit, is the momentum behind Stone Paris, which she created after a professional journey full of experiences and inspiration. The descendant of a family of Polish nobles dating back to the 15th century, her childhood explains in part her love of antique jewelry, her attachment to her family history, and to the cultural and artistic heritage from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth century.
A free and independent spirit, her personality explains her sincere approach to making jewelry accessible; and this in an era when people were calling for easy-to-wear jewelry, expressing a desire for personal expression rather than ostentatious gratification.
Whenever she is creating, Marie Poniatowski always has in mind what fans of her brand love about it. A delicate quest that fine jewelry meets more than any other, a desire that speaks to all generations, to freely express strength or sensitivity, to think about oneself as much as how one is perceived by others. And most importantly, the timeless elegance that the marriage of gold and diamonds conveys to those we love.
The diversity of Marie Poniatowski's collection names, more than 70 to date, illustrate the richness of her inspirations. They are drawn from the history of jewelry, which she revisits with passion, but also from the cinema, an environment in which she worked for several years, or from emblematic personalities she met as a child or when accompanying her father, the director of Vogue France, on shoots or the catwalk. Not to mention her personal history and her dream destinations. In a designer brand, people are looking for something extra. Strong values in which they recognize themselves.
Marie Poniatowski’s are those of a free woman, of her times, deeply attached to elegance and authenticity but also to independent thought, the condition of freedom.
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