Solitaire (Singapore) - - Adorn – Design Profile -

As part of their on­go­ing cen­te­nary cel­e­bra­tions, Buc­cel­lati un­veiled newer pieces in their ‘Opera’ high jew­ellery col­lec­tions that plays on the brand’s logo while in­cor­po­rat­ing ru­bies, tour­ma­lines, and di­a­monds amidst Buc­cel­lati’s iconic gold tech­niques. Also on dis­play were newer cre­ations show­cas­ing their tulle work­man­ship, sub­tly hint­ing at the re­turn of yel­low gold.

Apart from use of ex­cep­tional gem­stones and skilled crafts­man­ship, the best as­pect of most of these jewels was the newly in­tro­duced ‘Buc­cel­lati Cut’ di­a­mond, a re­al­iza­tion of Andrea Buc­cel­lati’s draw­ing to hon­our the fam­ily brand’s an­niver­sary. Shaped like an elon­gated four petal flower, the cut has 57 per­fectly mir­rored facets that fit like a miss­ing puz­zle piece.

The birth of this new cut came with years of re­search and study, all in col­lab­o­ra­tion with An­twerp-based Taché Di­a­monds. Ex­ud­ing ro­mance and el­e­gance with its very pres­ence, the Buc­cel­lati cut is set with four elon­gated curved prongs, each lit­er­ally hold­ing one of the four petals of the flower.

Top Buc­cel­lati Cnosso pen­dant with Buc­cel­lati cut di­a­mond cen­tre

Mid­dle Buc­cel­lati Ster­l­izia cuff with Buc­cel­lati cut di­a­mond cen­tre

Bot­tom Buc­cel­lati Cnosso ear­rings with Buc­cel­lati cut di­a­mond cen­tre

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