Raf­fi­na­ta tec­ni­ca ora­fa

FORTE Magazine - - TENDENZE -

Fra le no­vi­tà Po­mel­la­to 67 per l’esta­te 2014 due splen­di­di esem­pi di raf­fi­na­ta tec­ni­ca ora­fa. Da una par­te Bou­le, gio­iel­lo-scul­tu­ra che am­mic­ca agli an­ni Set­tan­ta, dal­le li­nee at­tua­li ed es­sen­zia­li, re­so uni­co da un in­vi­si­bi­le mec­ca­ni­smo di chiu­su­ra na­sco­sto nel cion­do­lo. Dall’al­tra il pro­fon­do e pro­vo­can­te co­lor ame­ti­sta, le di­men­sio­ni im­por­tan­ti e il de­si­gn sen­za com­pro­mes­si dei nuo­vi anel­li e del­la cro­ce in ar­gen­to con pie­tre ca­bo­chon, ve­ri con­cen­tra­ti di fem­mi­ni­li­tà. Per un’al­lu­re da re­gi­na “rock&chic”.

SO­PHI­STI­CA­TED GOLD­SMI­THE­RY

Among the new Po­mel­la­to 67 crea­tions for Sum­mer 2014 are two splen­did exam­ples of tru­ly re­fi­ned gold­smi­thing tech­ni­que. On the one hand, a sculp­tu­re in jewel­ry that dra­ws on the Se­ven­ties: Bou­le, wi­th its to­pi­cal, es­sen­tial li­nes and a sin­gu­lar clo­sing me­cha­ni­sm hid­den in the pen­dant. On the other, dee­ply, pro­vo­ca­ti­ve­ly ame­thy­st in co­lor, big in si­ze, and un­com­pro­mi­sing in de­si­gn, the new rings and the sil­ver cross wi­th ca­bo­chon sto­nes. Con­cen­tra­tes of fe­mi­ni­ni­ty, for in­fi­ni­te “rock&chic” al­lu­re. da Riz­zu­to, via Ve­ne­to 3/c (Piaz­za Mar­co­ni) For­te dei Mar­mi, +39 0584 1850990 www.po­mel­la­to.com

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