Roberto Demeglio presents Scacco, a collection of bracelets and rings in ceramic, gold and diamonds ♦
Scacco: black and white square, or other opposite colors, which alternate. Chess also indicates an ancient and intelligent game of Persian origin. And now, even a jewelry collection. The line of jewelery presented by Roberto Demeglio at Baselworld is called Scacco. And, not surprisingly, the collection arrives ten years after the one dedicated to another game, the Domino. Scacco is an evolution of Domino, and also of the other connotative collection, Pura. Easy to guess the geometric motif of the collection. Maybe chess? You guessed it.
The alternation of colors and the creation of bracelets or rings made of tiles is part of the style of the Turin Maison.
Like the other collections that have made the brand famous, Scacco is composed of ceramic elements assembled on a patented indestructible system, which makes each piece flexible and elastic. Each piece is so adaptable to the wearer’s wrist or finger: not a minor aspect for those who want to wear a jewel all day long. Next to white or black ceramic, Scacco uses gold, white or pink, and a fine pavé of diamonds that can also cover the entire surface of the jewel. Giulia Netrese