ABOUT PATRICE FABRE PARIS
In the early 80’s during a seminar held by the De Beers Company, Patrice Fabre came up
with the idea to make a jewel building a reinforced concrete structure. Gold, Diamonds and
Concrete. Months later using this technique the BÉTON collection was born. It was an
immediate success and still is today!
"Seal your Love in Concrete" BETON Collection
The design for his second International Diamond Award, in 1996, used his signature grid in
a spiral pattern creating a fun, light and slender white gold bangle set with over 900 small diamonds. He also won The Tahitian Pearl Trophy in 2002 with a multi-strand pearl choker
supporting thick zips set with colored diamonds and sapphires.
A great traveler, his passion for gemstones has taken him to many far-flung places in his
quest for the gems that ‘speak’ to him, such as green, pink and red tourmaline from South
America and Africa or colored and star sapphires from Sri Lanka. Patrice won his first
International Diamond Award in 1990 with a diamond and yellow gold cuff that took its
inspiration from the newly renovated ceiling in the Louvre.
Between 1998 and 2016, Patrice Fabre designed and manufactured his jewelry collections
as well as special orders from his Boutique & Atelier, located then at 350 Rue Saint-Honoré,
a step away from celebrated Place Vendome.
In 2016, Patrice decided to travel the world again in search of new ideas, material, and
gems... leading to the manufacture of exceptional pieces like this ANACONDA Bracelet
2019 and beyond: During the fall of 2019 Patrice Fabre and Gerard Riveron started a
business collaboration to promote and sell the Patrice Fabre Jewelry Collections in the
United States. The First 2 events took place in Boston in November of 2019
Patrice Fabre with Sonia Garufi and Gerard Riveron
Patrice Fabre with Priscilla Collins
BÉTON - JOAILLERIE - PAVÉ DE PARIS - RIVIÈRE NOIRE - TELURIC - ZIP