JEW­ELS

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1. SHARRA PAGANO. Taken from the ‘Resin Col­lec­tion’, this bracelet is in­spired by geo­met­ric, lin­ear and styl­ized shapes. Thanks to the in­no­va­tive use of this ma­te­rial, the brand has es­tab­lished it­self as an undis­puted leader in the fan­tasy jew­elry sec­tion. www.shar­ra­pagano.it

2. PISA OROLOGERIA. A clas­sic ex­am­ple of haute joail­lerie, this el­e­gant pen­dant in gold and di­a­monds from Pisa Orologeria’s ‘Lancette’ col­lec­tion is a trib­ute to time. www.pisaorologe­ria.com

3. MISANI. In 2017, this his­toric Mi­lanese brand re-launched its time­less col­lec­tions with the cre­ation of pre­cious works of art, hand­crafted by Italian mas­ter gold­smiths. The brand’s tra­di­tional de­sign is up­graded with a con­tem­po­rary touch in these ear­rings fea­tur­ing aqua­ma­rine, turquoise and di­a­mond skill­fully set in el­e­ments of gold. www.mis­a­n­im­i­lano.com

4. de­sign BUCCELLATI.of the ‘Sa­mar­canda’The clas­sic Buc­cel­lat­i­brooch/ pen­dant com­bines Re­nais­sance in­spi­ra­tion with the mag­i­cal al­lure of the Ori­ent. White gold, yel­low gold and di­a­monds open like a corolla to en­cir­cle the limpid azure of the cen­tral aqua­ma­rine stone. it.buccellati.com

5. DE GRISOGONO. Crafted from pink gold, white di­a­monds and pink opal drops, this ring is part of the ‘In­dia col­lec­tion’. A name that con­jures up travel, spices, colours and con­trasts. A true ex­pres­sion of haute joail­lerie. de­griso­gono.com 6. ZIIO. Dis­tin­guished by its fresh, vi­brant colours, the brand’s must-have ‘Amore In­finito’ bracelet is made with amethysts, agates, opals, sug­ilite, fresh­wa­ter pearls, zir­co­nia and Mu­rano glass beads. ziio.eu 7. model VAN braceletCLEEF & in AR­PELS.yel­low gold The and mini di­a­monds is part of the ‘Friv­ole’ col­lec­tion. Like flow­ers flut­ter­ing in the breeze, ‘Friv­ole’ jew­els are dis­tin­guished by the airy move­ment of their petals. www.van­clee­farpels.com

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