The Jessica McCormack’s long journey: the world through new special jewels ♦
How do you say jewelery in New Zealand? You say: Jessica McCormack. The designer grew up in the green spaces of the country which is Europe’s antipodes, but among the treasures and curiosities of his father’s auction house. It’s been easy, so, to fall in love with jewels. The spring snaps after a past year in Sotheby’s jewelery department in London. In the British capital, which is also one of jewelry capital, Jessica has pick as partner the diamond collectors Michael Rosenfeld, and Rachel Slack, a business woman who is part of the Oppenheimer family, a name that is almost synonymous with precious stones. In addition to the passion for diamonds, the three have in common also love for beautiful things, in the way of the classic tradition that only London can inspire.
Jessica McCormack has now added new pieces next her collection Jewels Of The Urban Night collection. They are architecture-inspired jewels, as Shanghai’s famous TV tower made of ruby and round cut diamonds and square, which looks like a flying saucer mounted on a stem, the London Eye, with white gold, diamonds and blue sapphires. The two pieces are added to Jessica McCormack’s jewels inspired by her trips, as the New York ring. The journey continues. Giulia Netrese