The Manacà collection by the Brazilian brand Brumani. It is inspired by a Brazilian flower that alludes to … ♦ ︎
Brunfelsia is a genus of flowering plants of the Solanaceae family. Linnaeus, the father of the modern scientific classification of living organisms, named the genus in honor of the German herbalist Otto Brunfels. And it is no coincidence that Brumani, a Brazilian Maison created in 2005 by the German-born brothers Bruner, has decided to dedicate a jewelry collection to Brunfelsia, a name that has a clear assonance with that of the founders. Although, instead of using the botanical name Brunfelsia, they use the common Brazilian name of Manacà.
Blue topaz and pink chalcedony are used to allude to the tubulose flowers with 5 particularly fragrant petals of the Brazilian plant.
Not only. According to Brumani, the Manacà collection represents the various phases of a woman’s life and is a symbol of generosity and unconditional love. The jewels are made of 18 carat white or rose gold, embellished with precious blue topazes and 0.06 carat natural diamonds of superior G quality. The stones are cut into small balls of different sizes, scaled according to their diameter. Delicate jewels, like the flowers they represent. Lavinia Andorno