Giovanni Ferraris’ Divina collection: seven golden circles and precious stones joined together in a single ring ♦ ︎
When something is called divine, it means that it is superlative. And if the adjective is relative to an object, it means that beauty, charm and eternity have merged into a single point. If, on the other hand, a woman is called divine, it is certainly not to diminish her earthly appeal but, on the contrary, to exalt its qualities and at the same time indicate that the compliment is not only directed at its appearance, but as a whole. Because what matters is the overall vision, even if it is composed of different elements that contribute to the final result.
And this is also the effect of Divina, the collection of Giovanni Ferraris which consists of rings made up of seven bands to be worn on one or more fingers. The rings are made in different colors of gold, with the addition of precious stones and pearls. To tie the rings that make up the jewel are invisible joints that allow the jewel to open. In this case, mechanical ingenuity is also divine.