Buccelati “Polvere di Luna”

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Buccelati “Polvere di Luna”

Buccellati's offering for this year is based on models in tulle and openwork, still handmade today as in 1919, when the Maison was founded in Milan.
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As a pioneer in preserving the finest techniques, Buccellati’s offering for this year is based on models in tulle and openwork, still handmade today as in 1919, when the Maison was founded in Milan.

Andrea Buccellati, Creative Director of the Maison, increasingly proposes his elegant taste and his vision of the jewel, which culminate in the “Polvere di Luna” set, consisting of a very light necklace combined with cocktail pendants. While the flexible bracelet with the same design stands out as a separate jewel, a unique and precious work of art, the result of hours and hours of drilling and manual engraving.

The iconic Buccellati bracelets enchant with their innovative design: the “Ortensia” bracelet recalls the color and sweetness of the flower of the same name, its being so imperfectly spherical and so delicately colored, while the “Honey-heart” bracelet offers a center to sunny pattern with a delicate and light honeycomb pattern. delicate and light honeycomb pattern.

Cocktail rings are among the most sought after Buccellati jewels. Those designed for High Fashion 2021 are innovative and of great effect. The “Passione” cocktail ring is dominated by a large faceted tourmaline, sparkling all over her beauty and surrounded by small leaves in white gold studded with diamonds. The “Monte Bianco” ring pushes the its round pearl upward like the top of a mountain and shows a very geometric and modern decoration all around the bezel and along the entire stem.

They are all one-of-a-kind items that will not have replicas. Their value is immense and their beauty is evident and unveiled.

The “Aubade” cocktail earrings evoke the sweetness of a morning love song: a refined and elegant fretwork illuminated by rubies, while the “Foglie Imperiali” earrings recall those important laurel wreaths that kings and queens wore in their institutional pictures. 21st century royalty.

 

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