The ancient Hebrew word Alleluia indicates an acclamation of praise to God, but more prosaically it is used as a sign of jubilation: and what happiness can equal that of love, says Eugenia Bruni, creative director of the paternal Maison, Pasquale Bruni? Perhaps from this consideration a couple of years ago the idea of the Aleluià high jewelery collection was born (written with only one l and with the accent on the final à). In the jewels of the Maison of Valenza the cries of joy are directed, however, to the elegant portability of earrings, rings and necklaces. Two years later, the Maison has added other pieces: emeralds, pink, yellow and blue sapphires have been added to white and champagne diamonds.
The jewels are developed around the stylized shape of leaves. All the leaf elements of the Aleluià jewels are worked and recessed individually to be then assembled in a second phase, in order to respect the shapes of the leaves and the sharpness of the overlaps. This system also allows you to be able to break down some jewels into different parts.
Diamonds, emeralds and sapphires are used on pink or white gold. The adjustable black velvet bracelet can be connected to the front of the necklace to create a choker, or you can create a long and even richer necklace with the addition of two bracelets. Pasquale Bruni underlines that these processes, in addition to requiring a large amount of hours, can only be carried out by master goldsmiths of great ability and experience. The creative study and realization of each single collection took about a year of work. Aleluià is made to order and takes about two months to produce.