Fope renews one of the most successful collections, Eka Tiny ♦ ︎
There are several news presented by Fope for the new season. But, in reality, the jewels of the Maison of Vicenza do not live for short periods, like summer moths. On the contrary, Fope’s collections are among those destined to become classics to be handed down from mother to daughter. Yet they are not even simple rings or necklaces of traditional shape. Not only because they have a well-defined style, but also because they have a hidden and patented technology. Those who buy a jewel of Fope know that they can wear it even if it increases (or loses) a few kilos, thanks to the Flex’it gold mesh: a system that hides dozens of micro springs inside the jewel and manages to make a ring or a bracelet not only flexible, but also soft. Voilà.
The Eka Tiny collection, which debuted in 2007, is part of this successful line and now, after having retouched the design, it is enriched with new pieces. The 18 carat gold chain is easily recognizable, but totally new, thinner but absolutely resistant. The Eka Tiny Flex’it collection presents both the gold washers with diamonds and the new pavé set round elements, which can be matched with matching necklaces, rings and earrings. Very indicative prices, given that they also depend on the amount of gold and diamonds used: a rose gold necklace with pavé diamonds costs about 2300 euros, a simple bracelet in white gold about 800 euros. Lavinia Andorno