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1. rose EM­PO­RIO gold-plated AR­MANI. stain­less This steel multi-strand neck­lace, em­bel­lished with two round enamel pen­dants, was in­spired by the dragon­fly, a sym­bol of grace and light­ness. Seem­ingly poised for flight, this small dragon­fly adds a de­light­fully stylish touch.­ 2. POMEL­LATO. A trib­ute to Pomel­lato’s gold­smithing tra­di­tion, ‘Icon­ica’ shines in bold rings of white and brown di­a­monds. Dar­ing, light­weight and stack­able, true to Pomel­lato’s spirit, this an­niver­sary col­lec­tion can be mixed and matched. www.pomel­ 3. to Ser­ena GOBBI 1842. Gobbi, The em­bod­ies spi­ral, a the sym­bol graphic dear struc­ture of DNA. This pow­er­ful sym­bol, ref­er­enc­ing the his­tory of each in­di­vid­ual, is ex­pressed to per­fec­tion in this 18ct rose gold ten­nis bracelet with a pavé of brown di­a­monds from the ‘Ser­ena Gobbi Fairy­tale’ col­lec­tion.

4. PISA DIAMANTI DI PISA OROLOGERIA. These rose gold cuff­links for men are the pièce de ré­sis­tance at Pisa Orologeria’s new Salone dei Gioielli. They boast con­tem­po­rary highly dis­tinc­tive lines, en­hanced by the mai­son’s iconic re­lief logo. www.pisaorologe­ 5. DANIELA DE MARCHI. Aptly named ‘Royal’, this vi­o­let brass bracelet with ir­reg­u­lar links and amethyst in­sert is part of the ‘Se­greti’ col­lec­tion, a stun­ning line of jew­elry that com­bines con­tem­po­rary de­tails with a so­phis­ti­cated, clas­si­cal style. www.danielade­ 6. mood SALVINI. finds its In the mean­ing, ‘I Segni’ each col­lec­tion, out­fit its each com­ple­ment. Fea­tur­ing a 3D de­sign, this neck­lace stems from a mar­riage be­tween the el­e­gance of rose gold and the retro al­lure of mother-of-pearl. 7. DE GRISO­GONO. The ‘Boule’ col­lec­tion draws in­spi­ra­tion from the world of show­biz, a uni­verse that is par­tic­u­larly dear to the de Griso­gono mai­son. The de­sign of these drop ear­rings plays on colour nu­ances, ob­tained by com­bin­ing rose gold, pink sap­phires and am­ber. de­griso­ 8. plat­inum PIA MAR­I­ANI. and di­a­monds Each ‘Regina’ rep­re­sents ring in a metaphor of love. They can be worn alone, or to­gether by com­bin­ing dif­fer­ent colours and ma­te­ri­als, or just moved from one fin­ger to an­other, to cre­ate a ring with a new look ev­ery day. www.pia­mar­i­

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