HOMAGE TO MAS­TERS

Buc­cel­lati cel­e­brates im­pres­sion­ist and post-im­pres­sion­ist mas­ter­pieces in its Art Col­lec­tion line

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style | Jewellery -

TROU­BLED WA­TERS

in­spired by Claude Monet’s Storm Off the Coast of Belle-lle, the hon­ey­comb-like tex­ture of these white-gold ear­rings evokes the churn­ing of the sea, while more than 1,000 di­a­monds and 350 Paraiba tour­ma­lines cap­ture its frothy blue hue.

FLO­RAL FAN­TASY

Given that flow­ers are a con­stant source of in­spi­ra­tion for Buc­cel­lati, it’s not sur­pris­ing that the house was drawn to Pierre Bon­nard’s Two Vases of Flow­ers, which it in­ter­prets with yel­low and white di­a­monds in a piece that can be worn as a brooch or a pen­dant.

LOST AT SEA

Crafted in white gold us­ing the tulle tech­nique, this bracelet mim­ics the sen­sual move­ment of waves and splashes of foam il­lus­trated in Winslow homer’s Light Blue Sea at Prout’s Neck. its 663 bril­liant-cut di­a­monds weigh a to­tal of more than nine carats.

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