Ton Jolì’s collection by Pasquale Bruni becomes even more jolie with new pieces ♦ ︎
Several novelties, many variations on the theme, new interpretations of winning models: those presented at VicenzaOro by Pasquale Bruni, one of the great signs of international jewelery and, more importantly, Italian. Let’s start with one of the classics of the Maison, the Bon Ton collection. From this line of success, Ton Jolì was born, presented at Baselworld, but is now growing with new pieces. The interpretation of a classic transforms jewelery into a highly accentuated design object. You notice, in short. The onyx, black stone glittering with Gothic reflections has, however, a soft design, with irregular faces of the Bon Ton cut, created by Pasquale Bruni, and surrounded by a thin line of diamonds. But, at the same time, the collection is proposed in a version that is the exact opposite: red agate along with pink gold and white diamonds and champagne. In short, mysterious or vibrant. The Ton Jolì collection is made up of rings, earrings, necklaces and pins in pink gold, onyx, red agate, white diamonds and champagne.
The pendants can be worn on long sleeves or round neck, while the Ton Jolì brooch has been designed in combination with a refined band velvet noir. It had already been presented, but it is now proposed in different sizes. Between the charm of the Twentiethies (or Thirties) and the return to the nineties: the collection refers to different styles and epochs to adapt to today’s spirit. Giulia Netrese
The joy in the rose gold of a flower, the character in the sublime charm of a gem, the femininity in the gentle light of a leaf … Ton Jolì … C’est moi … C’est Toi! Eugenia Bruni