DAVID MORRIS JEWELLERY CHAMPAGNE TEA SOIREE
FIRST TIME EXHIBITION IN INDIA 15TH, 16TH, 18TH JANUARY 2010 AT THE FOUR SEASONS HOTEL, MUMBAI.
On Thursday January 2010, David Morris of Bond St, London played hosts to a select set of Mumbai’s creme de la crème over a champagne high tea at the Premier Suite, Four Seasons to preview their exclusive jewellery collection. David Morris with son Jeremy Morris were pleased to welcome the ladies to their first showcase in India featuring outstanding rare gemstones with the trademark exceptional designs and creativity.
The David Morris name has been the benchmark of excellence in jewellery design since its inception more than 50 years ago. With a flagship store on Bond Street and boutiques worldwide, David Morris is renowned for its unrivaled quality and beautiful design.
David Morris with wife Suzette Morris and son Jeremy Morris with wife Erin Morris played hosts to the citys glamourous ladies such as Tanya Deol, Nawaz Singhania, Elina Meswani, Madhoo Shah, , Laila Lamba, Ramona Narang, Usha Bose, Pinky Reddy, Seema Khan, Bhavna Panday, Bonita Bulchandani, Namrata Barua ShroffMona Narang, Meena Raheja, Ekta Raheja, Shaheen Abbas, Leetu Shivdasani, Shibani Bhojwani, Kavita Puri, Tina Tahiliani, Pria Kataria Puri, Mehar Dubash, Champa Doshi, Tanaz Doshi, Monica Vaziralli, etc. The elegant evening soiree was coordinated by Sharmilla Khanna.
Jewels by David Morris will be presented for the first time in India at an Exhibit being held from 15th, 16th and 18th January 2010 at Premier Suite, Four Seasons Hotel, Worli, Mumbai.
Jewellery from the House of David Morris is an art form which evokes natural beauty. For over half a century, the creative spirit has guided a revolutionary approach to design and has re-defined modern glamour. David Morris jewellery speaks of love, passion and the imaginative flair from which it was created; it bestows on the wearer an iconic and classic status.
By combining hand-craftsmanship with modern expertise, jewellery from the House of David Morris is something totally unique. The David Morris woman is strong, independent and alluring. She has an untouchable elegance and is looking for pieces that are unique to her. She, like her jewellery, is beautiful; she will catch you off guard!
The beauty of David Morris jewellery lies not only in the imaginative and original designs but in the very gems that are handpicked for each creation. “We are not driven by trend; we are inspired by what the natural world brings us. When an incredible stone is discovered, we will create a one of a kind piece around it. In this way we are very much in the hands of nature. Every item is unique and most definitely transcends time. These creations will look as beautiful in 200 years time as they do today. They are pieces to inherit, cherish and pass down to the next generation “, says Erin Morris.
With an innate flair for the art of jewellery, David Morris’ son Jeremy Morris continues on the principle of creating unique and imaginative pieces to exacting standards. Using expert craftsmanship, classic techniques and innovative design, each piece has a lasting and timeless appeal. By combining rare and exquisite stones with traditional materials David Morris produces jewellery which transcends each generation.
DAVID MORRIS: A PROFILE
1959 saw David Morris begin his career as a qualified goldsmith. By 1962, after winning two Diamond International Awards, he opened his first London store. Soon after, he embarked on a long standing partnership designing one off pieces for the Bond films including ‘Diamonds are Forever,’ ‘The Man with the Golden Gun,’ ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ and ‘The World is not Enough.’
The early 1990s saw key concessions open in major department stores including Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges. In 1996 the Bond Street store opened with a global roll out of David Morris Boutiques in key flagship markets including Dubai, Doha, Moscow and Palm Beach.
A decade ago, David’s son Jeremy assumed the design mantle. With his wife Erin, they successfully create exquisite pieces that artfully unite tradition with a directional modernity, where antique inspired design is realised through cutting edge technology.