With the warm season temperatures rise, we return to the sea. And, to stay on the subject, those who love high jewelery can admire the new Marea (tide) range by Gismondi 1754. On the other hand, the Maison is based in Genoa, a seafaring city and its managing director, Massimo Gismondi, loves the sea, so much so that together with Marea he launched the Vela collection. The jewels of the Marea line are top of the range. The highlight is the bracelet in white gold, diamonds and tanzanites. The ideal connection with the concept of tide is immediately clear, with the gems that recall the waves, while the diamond embroidery symbolizes the foam that forms with the refracting of the water on the shore.
The bracelet is a one-of-a-kind piece is composed of over 50 carats of diamonds, alongside 31.14 carats of blue-purple tanzanite. In case you are interested, it costs around 350,000 euros. The bracelet is not the only piece in the line: for now there is also a ring made with the same design and the same materials.