Orecchini con sei rubini burmesi e diamanti per 4,87 carati
Orecchini con sei rubini burmesi e diamanti per 4,87 carati

Picchiotti’s dots

A dot can simply indicate the end of a sentence. But not only. A dot or point can become an orthographic sign associated with some letters for certain alphabets, it can be used to indicate an abbreviation, or in mathematics as a decimal separator, generally in English-speaking countries, it can be used to indicate a multiplication and for many other functions. In short, the Italian Maison Picchiotti had a great choice for inspiration in the Dots Collection, which includes (at the moment) three jewels.

Anello in oro rosa con sette rubini ovali e diamanti per oltre 4 carati
Rose gold ring with seven oval rubies and diamonds over 4 carats

The points used by the collection are obviously purely aesthetic: small rubies set in a pavé of diamonds, as if they were luxury polka dots. The Dots Collection comes with a delicate silhouette of diamonds, defined by rose gold ornaments, punctuated by rubies that have an oval shape. The bracelet is integrated with the Xpandable technology, the Picchiotti patented system that allows the bracelets to expand or contract to make wearing the jewel easier and more pleasant, without the need to use cumbersome clasps for the bangles.

Bracciale con tecnologia Xpandable con 30 rubini ovali per 6,21 carati e 336 diamanti per 17.41 carati
Bracelet with Xpandable technology with 30 oval rubies for 6.21 carats and 336 diamonds for 17.41 carats

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