Just as Haute Couture eccentricity can transform into elegance, so with high end jewelry the desire of creativity goes beyond the usual boundaries achieving the impossible in an aura of unobtainability.
They are beautiful, indeed beautiful and perhaps impossible. They are works of art, micro sculptures of rare intensity, and born at the hands of skilled designers that I would call ‘one man show’.
The perfection of the unexpected is the guideline of the poetic imagination of Giampiero Bodino: an explosion of rings, born as a perfect form, in which the winners are diamonds, white and yellow roses cut and pear-shaped, blue sapphires, in paved version, and floral and mythological shapes.
A concept of preciousness that instead Lorenz Bäumer communicates with the energy of color form the variety of stones held together by the warmth of pink gold and white rigor.
This leads to a true dimension of opulence, almost baroque instead with Glenn Spiro, Wallace Chan and Simon Jewels.
The first for the refinement of its gold and turquoise manchette, inlaid rings, earrings lobe with petals of pearl and emerald.
Wallace Chan with his brilliant magnificence, prefers gold titanium and plays with the carats of important gems.
Simone Jewels from Singapore relies entirely on the color of the stones and their rarity with the new collection ‘One Thousand and One Tale’, a series of pieces inspired by Aladdin, Sinbad, Ali-Baba, in a kaleidoscope of magic, mystery and love .