The Calla bracelets by Vhernier, the newcomers to the Maison’s most classic collection ♦
They are called Calla, because the shape of jewels resembles that of the delicate flower with the petals forming an elongated bell. But the Calla collection by Vhernier, even though it is 20 years old, has not withered. This is demonstrated by the new burst of jewels that expand the line of the Maison with the laboratory in Valenza and the heart in Milan. After last year’s nano-ceramic and titanium necklaces, here are the Calla bracelets, which look like necklaces in all respects, but on a smaller scale.
The Maison emphasizes how the creative effort was aimed at maintaining the classic design of the necklaces, the classic pieces of the collection, but granting a portability that allows the Calla to be put on the wrist. The bracelet is proposed in the classic Vhernier rose or white gold, but in two different variants: mirror-polished or brushed, less usual finish, but also in titanium. Small diamonds are set in metal in a sort of pavé or mark the outline of the different elements. Note: the closure is invisible, but there is: the bracelet opens easily.