Necklaces, bracelet, earrings and ring in silver with the shape of an irregular chain in the Vinctum collection by Pianegonda ♦ ︎
According to the Latin dictionary the word Vinctum is the nominative neutral singular of vīnctus. For example, the Latin phrase aliquem in fuga catenis vinctum traho translates into dragging someone which is chained into the escape. Starting from this cultured address Pianegonda called Vinctum his chain jewelry collection. They are silver jewels, as in the Pianegonda tradition, which stress the traditional form of the chain.
The rings that make up the choker, necklace, bracelet and earrings, in fact, are irregular. That is, of different thicknesses and lengths, sometimes double, with a shape that breaks the regularity (sometimes the monotony) of simple chains. The question remains who is the winner and who is the winner, but once worn the jewel this is a secondary aspect. Prices: the choker costs 495 euros, the necklace 890 euros, the bracelet 345 euros, the earrings, 175 euros and the ring 195 euros.