The new jewels from the Roman Barocco collection by Roberto Coin add a touch of color ♦
Roman Baroque is a chapter in the history of art, with peaks like those touched by Bernini and Borromini, elaborate architecture, inspired surprises in painting. But, from an apiage of years, the Roman Barocco is also a collection of Roberto Coin. And to which the House of Vicenza every year adds new pieces.
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It should be added that the Roman Barocco collection derives from another Roberto Coin jewelery line, which is simply called Barocco. The jewels of the Roman Barocco collection use some styles of the architecture of Roman buildings, but are divided into two different lines. Both use for the same technique din intertwining with gold threads, between curved and sinuous lines inspired by the theatricality of Roman domes and the play of light typical of the Baroque era. The new pink gold rings in the collection also add stones like white diamonds, amethyst, carnelian, pink sapphires, lapis lazuli, blue sapphires, white quartz and rutilated quartz, mother of pearl.