The Glow collection of the Roman Maison RF Jewels: gold bands interrupted by diamonds ♦
In the historic center of Rome, in Via Delle Fratte, a stone’s throw from Largo del Nazareno and the church of S. Andrea delle Fratte, is RF Jewels’ pretty studio-lab. The church is also called the sanctuary of the Madonna del Miracolo because, according to tradition, almost two centuries ago it hosted a surprising religious conversion by Alphonse Marie Ratisbonne. Perhaps also due to its indirect influence with this prodigy, the small jewelery Maison has miraculously been reborn from the experience of the Rivière brand. But maintaining skills, tradition and aesthetic spirit.
What the Maison defines as “manpower between ancient school and minimal avant-garde”, therefore has the merit of offering jewels where innovation follows the step of goldsmith traditions, without unnecessary leaps into the void. This does not mean, however, that it does not know how to offer jewels with a modern taste. As evidenced by the Glow collection, which aligns jewels with a modern line, with pink or white gold bands interrupted by marquise or pear cut diamonds. A modern form, but without being weird.