The Biggest Love Story
“The Biggest Love Story” is a jewelry-artwork created to commemorate the marriage of Her Serene Highness Princess Charlène of Monaco and His Serene Highness Princess Prince Albert II. The composition is a diptych, composed of two pieces which complement each other. The jewelry-artwork has been selected into the Top 100 Ultra-Luxury items in the World.
A special cut wave in the middle represents the endless ocean. This is where the two pieces fit together, to live forever together in peace. The two complementary pieces fold together just as the “A” and the “C” in Her Serene Highness Princess Charlène and His Serene Highness Prince Albert II’s dual cypher.
Created by the Inspirationaliste artist Dodo Newman, the royal jewelry-artwork is a celebration of love, birth and death, containing the princess’ favourite purple colours. The reflections of the water and the purple shades are inspired by Her Serene Highness Princess Charlène.
“The Biggest Love Story” composition is a 3-meter long and 1-meter high piece surrounded with diamonds and Swarovski Crystals and a unique coal from the legendary Titanic ship on each part.
Dodo Newman used many interesting elements in the creation of the artwork and used a variety of materials such as natural pigments, plexiglass and liquid crystallized resin.
“The jewellery composition represents many elements of life. The Diamonds represent life and glamour, the Swarovski Crystal lines symbolise the process of fertility, meanwhile the Titanic coal represents death. This represents our life stages where the mystical colour combination reflects our Life,” shared Dodo Newman.
“In 2012 I created a project to commemorate the passengers on the legendary ship Titanic and I realised that one of the brave musician, Roger Marie Bricoux who played during the sinking of the Titanic orchestra was from Monaco. I realised that although many people saw the Titanic movie by James Cameron not so many know about this very interesting fact. Therefore I decided to implement a little element to commemorate Monaco’s forgotten hero as well, she added.