The Imperial Collection by Bayco

Emerald and Diamond Necklace: Platinum &18KT Yellow Gold, 18 Colombian Emeralds of 54carats total and Diamonds of 71 carats total.

Emerald and Diamond Ring “The Pristine Emerald”: Platinum, Cushion Colombian Emerald of 21,97carats and Colorless Diamonds of 17, 81 carats total.

Emerald and Diamond Earrings: Platinum, Two pear-shaped Colombian Emeralds of 30 carats total and Diamonds of 30 carats total.

Emeralds of this size, color, clarity, and perfect proportions are an extremely rare to find. In addition the vivid green color that these stones possesses in combination with the extremely crystal material make this stone as close to perfect as mother nature can get.

Bayco’s pursuit of gemstone purity is its own aesthetic truth—indulging in the exquisite, coveting the finest treasures, nurturing the uniqueness of each stone, creating an emblem of the wearer’s singular aura.

“We are always in search of that ultimate beauty,” says Giacomo, adding that the fuel for his passion lies in the awed faces of people who lay eyes on his family’s creations for the first time. “We get to see things that other people don’t even see in their dreams.”

“Jewelry is eternal, it is made to bring happiness to those who wear it; each piece is crafted with that concept in mind.”

“We make jewelry for kings and queens,” exclaims Giacomo Hadjibay, co-CEO of Bayco Jewels LLC, before reconsidering and expanding Bayco’s target clientele: “… and princes and princesses.” This is, of course, a metaphorical conception of Bayco’s audience; the modern idea of royalty has grown to include everyone who hungers luxury and who understands the intricate labor and savoir-faire that goes into every Bayco piece.

Bayco jewelry effortlessly mixes old and new trends: its pieces are often influenced by the Mogul era, jewellery of the Indian maharajahs, and classical jewellery, which make the beauty of each stone stand out.

Jewellery is eternal; its beauty never dies, so old designs and ideas live again when paired with a new neck or wrist. The story starts with the stone, but it does not end there.

The larger the stone, the more likely its design will include traditional elements. “A woman who buys a large stone wants something classic,” explains Giacomo. The Hadjibays must recut every gem that passes through their hands in order to ensure that its full beauty shines through.

Another aspect of their art enters into the equation when matching stones for an exquisite bracelet or necklace: Giacomo and Moris have access to an encyclopedic mental palette, instantly comparing a new stone to those waiting to shine, ready to pounce on a sapphire of the exact blue needed to complete a design.

“Matching color depends on taste and experience,” explains Moris, and the Hadjibay brothers have both in spades.

The designs are classic, yet youthful—and the stones within are justly renowned for being the finest in the world. Bayco’s precious testimony of a passion for stones is a delineation of ultimate beauty in all of its forms. It is their devotional ode to every gem.