The Duomo, like that of Milan, is often the symbol of Italian cities, and these churches-monuments is inspired the new collection of Rubeus. In Milan, for example, the most large church is located in the homonymous square, in the center of the city and is also the largest church in Italy: the basilica of St. Peter in Rome, in fact, is located in the territory of the Vatican City, which it is an autonomous state. And not only Milan Cathedral, which is also the third largest church in the world, but also other similar sacred places in Italian cities have provided the creative inspiration for the Milanese Maison Rubeus, founded by Nataliya Bondarenko.
The Duomo di Rubeus fine jewelery collection consists of rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces made up of bezels in yellow or white gold and precious stones. The geometric pattern alludes to the building’s Gothic-style windows, transformed into elements that move the surface of the jewel. In some pieces, the bezels contain a brilliant-cut diamond, or sapphires, emeralds, rubies. In other cases, the same shape is adopted to give shape to semi-precious stones, such as jasper, spinel, tourmaline, turquoise or amethyst.