Collana Spinelli di Fuoco, con 365 carati di spinelli multicolori, oro rosa 18 carati, diamanti per 5,51 carati, oro rosa rodiato bianco
Collana Spinelli di Fuoco, con 365 carati di spinelli multicolori, oro rosa 18 carati, diamanti per 5,51 carati, oro rosa rodiato bianco

Milan in hand with Pomellato

It was a brand chosen by Milanese ladies who loved sober but elegant jewellery. In its second life in the Kering group, Pomellato has acquired a bit of French grandeur and has broadened its horizon to high jewellery. But to remember his roots, and also because Milan is fashionable, he dedicated a collection of jewels to the Italian city. The idea is to represent two faces of Milan, the sobriety and creativity that has enhanced the world of fashion and design, traditions, but also glass block architecture.

Anello in oro rosa 18 carati con tormalina verde da 10,77 carati e diamanti su oro rosa rodiato
18k rose gold ring with 10.77 carat green tourmaline and diamonds over rhodium-plated rose gold

The new high jewelery collection is entitled The Dualism of Milan and is the result of the work of creative director Vincenzo Castaldo. The collection is divided into two parts: Milan’s Monochromatic Treasures, with 23 pieces, and Milanese Color Prism with another 28 jewels. The collection has many sources of inspiration: the work of architects such as Giò Ponti, Piero Portaluppi, Cini Boeri, of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, but also César Pelli (who is actually Argentinian), the colors of Ettore Sottsass’s Memphis design, but also those of the stylist Elio Fiorucci, of the designer Bruno Munari.
Collana Baroco con tormalina Paraíba di 33,87 carati, granati mandarino di 38,23 carati, tsavoriti di 31,01 carati, rubelliti di 30,34 caratia, cquamarina di 27,93 carati, tanzanite di 22,60 carati, zircone blu di 9,67 carati
Baroco necklace with Paraíba tourmaline of 33.87 carats, mandarin ranates of 38.23 carats, tsavorites of 31.01 carats, rubellites of 30.34 carats, aquamarine of 27.93 carats, tanzanite of 22.60 carats, blue zircon of 9.67 carats

An example is the Moonstones choker necklace, which is curiously described as inspired by fog. Spoiler: in reality the fog has no longer existed in Milan for decades, but we must take the idea as a romantic homage to the past.
Collana Moonstones in oro rosa 18 carati e pietra di luna per 211,50 carati, pavé di per 29,22 carati, oro rosa rodiato
Moonstones necklace in 18k rose gold and moonstone for 211.50 carats, pavé for 29.22 carats, rhodium-plated rose gold

The small planetarium in Milan inspired the Cielo Stellato necklace, with gray sapphires, gray spinels and blue spinels. The color of creativity emerges, however, in jewels such as the Baroco necklace, with a single “c”. In this case, the lively fuchsia spinels, tanzanites and green tourmalines create the color palette. Another plastron necklace, Spinelli Di Fuoco, already indicates the choice of gems.

Collana Cielo Stellato in oro rosa 18 carati, con diamanti e 20,86 carati di spinelli grigi
Starry Sky necklace in 18k rose gold, with diamonds and 20.86 carats of gray spinels
Orecchini Asimmetrico in oro rosa e 250 diamanti
Asymmetric earrings in rose gold and 250 diamonds
Collana in oro rosa, diamanti e tormalina grigio-verde
Necklace in rose gold, diamonds and grey-green tourmaline

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