Roberto Coin

The new Art Déco jewels by Roberto Coin

Art Deco is a style of visual arts, architecture and design that first appeared in Paris in the 1910s and flourished in the United States and Europe between the 1920s and early 1930s. But the geometric lines with the alternation of straight and circular lines continue to fascinate even a century later. Art Déco is also the name of one of Roberto Coin’s most successful collections.

Rose gold bangles with black jade, carnelian, lapis lazuli, turquoise, malachite, mother of pearl and diamonds
Rose gold bangles with black jade, carnelian, lapis lazuli, turquoise, malachite, mother of pearl and diamonds

The style and jewels of the collections have been enriched over the years following the success of bracelets with or without tassels, the semi-precious stones used, such as lapis lazuli or malachite, black jade, mother-of-pearl, turquoise or carnelian combined with classic diamonds. The new pieces of the Art Déco collection also take up the geometric lines that are repeated in a symmetrical and regular way, combined with the chains made of irregular dots that form the tassels, in yellow or pink gold. The chains that appear in the collection are all assembled by hand, as is the setting of the precious stones that decorate the jewels and how the double snap closure is also constructed, for maximum security. The entire internal twisted wire structure is instead developed through 3D technology, to guarantee the perfection of the symmetries and their solidity.

Rose gold bangles with lapis lazuli, turquoise and diamonds.
Rose gold bangles with lapis lazuli, turquoise and diamonds
Rose gold rings with black jade and diamonds
Rose gold rings with black jade and diamonds
Rose gold rings with malachite, lapis lazuli and diamonds
Rose gold rings with malachite, lapis lazuli and diamonds

The Year of the Dragon according to Roberto Coin

2024 is the year of the Dragon according to the Chinese horoscope. A dragon that is not scary, but is an encouragement because it is a symbol of luck, courage and goodness: according to the horoscope, those born under this sign are more gifted and have luck and riches in life. Roberto Coin has dedicated the new Dragon Limited Edition collection to the current protagonist of the Asian zodiac. Obviously the jewels are all inspired by the mythical animal of oriental tradition. The jewels are particularly elaborate pieces that combine a search for verisimilitude, obviously with the iconography of the dragon, with refined execution.

Anello in oro rosa, diamanti, rubini, smalto
Ring in rose gold, diamonds, rubies, enamel

The collection is made up of a series of rings and bracelets, plus a necklace, in pink or white gold, with diamonds and enamel that reflect the colors of the oriental representations of the fantastic animal. Rubies and emeralds are used to make the dragon’s eyes more vivid. The Dragon Limited Edition collection is part of the animalier trend of the Venetian maison, which has become a classic of the Roberto Coin brand.
Bracciale in oro rosa, diamanti, rubini, smalto
Bracelet in rose gold, diamonds, rubies, enamel

Bracciale e anello della Dragon Limited Edition
Dragon Limited Edition bracelet and ring
Bracciale in oro rosa, diamanti, smalto
Bracelet in rose gold, diamonds, enamel
Bracciale Dragon Limited Edition
Dragon Limited Edition bracelet
Collier in oro bianco e diamanti
Necklace in white gold and diamonds

Roberto Coin’s Love in Verona is renewed

Love is eternal perhaps only in the cinema, but a diamond is forever. And, more generally, love comes and goes, but the jewels remain. There is, however, a love that has endured for four centuries: that of Romeo and Juliet. The Love in Verona collection by Roberto Coin is dedicated to them or, more precisely, to the city of Verona that hosts the memory of the play written by William Shakespeare. The jewelry line was launched last year, but the pandemic year has certainly not contributed to its spread, at least in terms of press presentations.

Rainbow design necklace in rose gold with mother of pearl, sapphires, green garnet and diamonds
Rainbow design necklace in rose gold with mother of pearl, sapphires, green garnet and diamonds

Now, however, the fairs dedicated to jewelry are back in attendance and in the meantime the collection has been enriched with new pieces, such as rings or earrings composed of a disc with concentric circles of pink gold and semi-precious stones, such as malachite and lapis lazuli, in a slightly art deco geometric style. There is also a multi-gem version, which in addition to diamonds has lines composed of sapphires with different colors surrounding a round of mother-of-pearl. A pendant necklace also features a circle with the symbols of the zodiac signs. Who knows what sign Juletta and Romeo were.

Yellow and white gold full pave and demi pave bangles
Yellow and white gold full pave and demi pave bangles

Rose gold bangles with black and white diamonds
Rose gold bangles with black and white diamonds

Rose gold earrings with black and white diamonds
Rose gold earrings with black and white diamonds
Rose gold ring with black and white diamonds, rose gold ring with diamonds, rose gold ring with diamonds pavé
Rose gold ring with black and white diamonds, rose gold ring with diamonds, rose gold ring with diamonds pavé
Zodiac design rose gold necklace with lapis lazuli and diamonds
Zodiac design rose gold necklace with lapis lazuli and diamonds
Round design earrings in rose gold with lapis lazuli and diamonds
Round design earrings in rose gold with lapis lazuli and diamonds
Round design earrings in rose gold with malachite, black jade and diamonds
Round design earrings in rose gold with malachite, black jade and diamonds
Round design earrings in yellow gold with diamonds
Round design earrings in yellow gold with diamonds
Round design earrings in rose gold with mother of pearl, sapphires, green garnet and diamonds
Round design earrings in rose gold with mother of pearl, sapphires, green garnet and diamonds

Why Roberto Coin’s jewels have a hidden ruby?

We thought it was a known story: instead the reason why a ruby ​​is hidden in Roberto Coin’s jewels is not known by everyone. Yet the idea of ​​inserting a small ruby ​​inside the jewelry is undoubtedly a distinctive aspect of the Italian brand.

Anelli della collezione Roman Barocco
Anelli della collezione Roman Barocco

Therefore, the idea of ​​ruby ​​as a symbolic signature of the Maison of Vicenza is linked to mythology. Roberto Coin, driven by a passion for ancient history, many years ago read three stories related to the stories of the past that sparked his imagination.
Roberto Coin
Roberto Coin

The first of these legends belongs to the world of ancient Egypt and to the pharaohs: the ruby ​​was considered a sort of amulet, which worn in contact with the skin guaranteed eternal love, eternal joy and eternal health. The second legend, however, concerns the Burmese warriors. Apparently they wore the red gem in contact with the skin to defeat wounds and death during the battle. Finally, an old Hindu myth considers rubies to be the precious fruits of Kalpa, the sacred tree of desires and hope. In short, ruby ​​as a magic stone, perhaps associated with life for its blood color.
Anello e bracciale della Princess collection
Anello e bracciale della Princess collection

Fascinated by these myths, Roberto Coin therefore decided to associate his brand with ruby. So in 1996 the launch of the Appassionata collection marked not only the beginning of the history of the Roberto Coin brand, but also the principle of its signature: a small ruby ​​set for the first time within the jewels of the collection. A signature that has remained a hallmark of the Venetian Maison.

Bracciale in oro rosa, diamanti e piccolo rubino della collezione Classique Parisienne
Bracciale in oro rosa, diamanti e piccolo rubino della collezione Classique Parisienne
Anelli della collezione New Barocco
Anelli della collezione New Barocco
Anelli della collezione Pois Moi Luna
Anelli della collezione Pois Moi Luna

Roberto Coin makes an encore with Art Déco Mini

Art Déco, one of the inexhaustible trends of jewelry, was also adopted four years ago by Roberto Coin. Art Déco has become one of the brand’s best-loved collections worldwide. Its retro-contemporary design has led Netflix and its authors to present the collection in the second season of the television series Emily in Paris. The Art Déco collection, therefore, was appreciated and now comes back in a mini version. Smaller dimensions, same design, and some novelties in the materials used, such as the addition of carnelian and lapis lazuli mixed with turquoise, malachite, black jade and mother of pearl from the original collection. In addition to being smaller, the jewels of the Art Déco Mini collection are also lighter than previous models.

Art Déco Mini, orecchini pendenti in oro, lapislazzuli, diamanti
Art Deco Mini, pendant earrings in gold, lapis lazuli, diamonds

One of the novelties in the design is, for example, the 18-karat rose gold ring with lapis lazuli, black jade, malachite, turquoise, red agate, mother-of-pearl and diamonds. The stones are cut into rectangular tiles and alternate along the entire perimeter of the ring. There is also a version with a tassel, also in gold: a detail that characterizes the entire Art Déco collection.

Collane in oro, con lapislazzuli, malachite, diamanti
Necklaces in gold, with lapis lazuli, malachite, diamonds
Orecchini a nappa in oro 18 carati e diamanti
Tassel earrings in 18K gold and diamonds

Roberto Coin with Venetian Princess in titanium

Venetian Princess is one of Roberto Coin’s most successful collections since 2018, the year it was presented. Since then, periodically, the Venetian Maison offers new additions concerning the materials used to make the jewels. The style, however, remains faithful to its origins. The novelty now concerns the use of titanium, a light, flexible metal, and above all that lends itself to being colored. The new version of Venetian Princess thus acquires shades of violet, blue, green, grey. Set in the titanium, surrounded by pink gold, are small diamonds.

Anello in titanio, oro rosa e diamanti
Ring in titanium, rose gold and diamonds

The Venetian Princess collection is inspired by Venice, by the narrow streets of the city illuminated by lanterns reflected on the water. The jewels, which have a four-lobed shape, which recalls the elements of Venetian architecture, are decorated with gold threads: they are individually woven: a work that increases the value of the jewels in the collection, which includes rings, button earrings or pendants and necklaces.

Orecchini pendenti in titanio, oro rosa e diamanti
Pendant earrings in titanium, rose gold and diamonds
Orecchini a bottone in titanio, oro rosa e diamanti
Stud earrings in titanium, rose gold and diamonds
Orecchini a bottone in titanio verde, oro rosa e diamanti
Stud earrings in green titanium, pink gold and diamonds
Collana con pendente in titanio grigio, oro rosa e diamanti
Necklace with pendant in gray titanium, pink gold and diamonds
Collana con pendente in titanio verde, oro rosa e diamanti
Necklace with pendant in green titanium, rose gold and diamonds

Roberto Coin opens in Bahrain

After Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, Roberto Coin also brings his jewels to Bahrain. The Italian Maison focuses on the Gulf and together with the local partner Bahrain Jewelery Center opens a store inside the Bahrain World Trade Center (Moda Mall – Unit 18A). The Bahrain World Trade Center is 240 meters high and is located in Manama in the capital of the emirate. Built in 2008, it is also the first skyscraper in the world to integrate wind turbines into its structure. The new space was designed by Roberto Coin with his historic collaborator Giulio Miliotti Sclavi (Studio Sclavi).

Gioielli di Roberto Coin. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Roberto Coin jewelry. Copyright: gioiellis.com

The design of this new boutique recreates the atmosphere of the Italian living room with the green tone of the brand as the main color. The hazelnut color of the walls was created using Gritti Wall wallpaper, while the fabrics of the furnishings with the Venetian brand Rubelli. The unusual shade of pink called crystal gray is the color of the armchairs and sofas in the VIP room. To complete the luxurious atmosphere there is no shortage of gold, marble, carpeting and chandeliers by Vistosi di Murano.

Vetrina di Roberto Coin. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Showcase with jewels by Roberto Coin. Copyright: gioiellis.com

I am extremely happy for this new opening with BJC. Bahrain is a country with a fascinating ancient history, famous throughout the world for its beautiful pearls. It is an honor to bring my Italian Venetian touch to the beauty of the local women and their unique style.
Roberto Coin, founder and president of the brand

Roberto Coin
Roberto Coin

Roberto Coin opens in the capital of Saudi Arabia

Roberto Coin, together with his local partner Aias, opens a new boutique on the first floor of the Kingdom Center in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. The new space was designed by the Italian jeweler himself with Giulio Miliotti Sclavi (Studio Sclavi), who led the team from Rome and became one of the brand’s main partners in creating its id store concepts around the world. The design of this new boutique is full of what the company defines as warm opulence, with the aim of recreating the atmosphere of an Italian living room where guests are welcomed and can enjoy the typical Italian mood.

Store Roberto Coin in Riyadh
Store Roberto Coin in Riyadh

The dominant colors of the store are green, the first color that today identifies the Roberto Coin brand. The hazelnut color of the walls was created using Gritti Wall wallpaper, reconfirming the brand’s collaboration with the house of Rubelli, the famous Venetian fabric designer. An unprecedented shade of pink called crystal gray is the characteristic color of the armchairs and sofas in the VIP room, with lavender-coloured cushions. The materials used are consistent with the brand image: gold, marble, carpet and the chandeliers By Vistosi, the famous Murano brand, add prestige to the jewels.

Gioielli di Roberto Coin in lavorazione
Roberto Coin jewels in progress

I am excited to open this new space in Saudi Arabia together with AIAS Company. It is a challenge for the brand because our creations will enhance the beauty for this precious and fascinating part of the world.
Roberto Coin, founder and president of the brand

Roberto Coin, progettazione dei gioielli
Roberto Coin, jewelery design

Jewelry by Roberto Coin for the coronation of King Charles III

The coronation of King Charles of England has attracted the nobility to attend the ceremony. But surprisingly, one more princess was added to the guest list. It is Princess Flower, a collection by Roberto Coin which has been adapted in an ad hoc version for the royal event in London. The special edition of Princess Flower is due to the agreement with Frost of London, an elegant jewelery boutique with exclusive items of designers and own brands, as well as luxury watches and phones. The collaboration re-proposes the Roberto Coin collection with a new version of the design, renamed Roberto Coin Coronation, designed to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III on May 6, 2023.

Gold necklaces with diamonds and amethyst
Gold necklaces with diamonds and amethyst

The floral design of the jewels, originally inspired by details of Venetian architecture, is made of 18-karat gold, with intertwined gold threads forming each petal. The border is marked by lines of natural white diamonds and four amethysts are set inside the rings, earrings or bracelets, the color that characterizes the coronation symbol. The Princess Flower dedicated to the coronation of King Charles III was personally designed by Roberto Coin.
Earrings in rose gold, diamonds and amethyst
Earrings in rose gold, diamonds and amethyst

Bracelet in pink gold, diamonds, amethyst
Bracelet in pink gold, diamonds, amethyst
Ring in pink gold, diamonds, amethyst
Ring in pink gold, diamonds, amethyst
Ring in white gold, diamonds, amethyst
Ring in white gold, diamonds, amethyst

How to choose the cuff bracelet





How to choose a cuff bracelet, covering the whole wrist? There is nothing like a jewel to make a dull dress more sparkling, but not everyone can wear it and, above all, you pay must attention to the combination with the dress. But if you like, the cuff bracelet is an interesting idea: instead of overlapping thin chains or bangles in the latest fashion, the trend setters wear a high, elegant and sculpted cuff bracelet that wraps around the wrist and part of the forearm. Let’s see how and when to wear it.

La cantautrice Paola Turci ha indossato gli orecchini ed il bracciale Eclipsis di Pianegonda in argento, topazi e zirconi bianchi
La cantautrice Paola Turci sul red carpet di Venezia ha indossato gli orecchini ed il bracciale Eclipsis di Pianegonda in argento, topazi e zirconi bianchi

Of course, it’s not necessary to be as bold as Diana Vreeland, the historic director of Harper’s Bazar, who wore two alike, one on each arm. And, surely, these cuff bracelets do not have the super powers of that of Wonder Woman: though that there is a return of the cuff it is testified by the launch of Chanel’s Coco Crush, the Louis Vuitton fashion shows and, above all, the news that the jewelers presented.

Bracciale in oro bianco e tormalina, anello in oro rosa e zaffiro rosa
Cora Sheibani, bracciale in oro bianco e tormalina, anello in oro rosa e zaffiro rosa

Almost all jewelers have cuff bracelets in their catalog. There is the bracelet in ethical ebony with diamond inserts by the Bolognese brand Qayten, the cage by Mayet, the sun by Astley Clarke, an English designer much loved by Sienna Miller, the imposing and clear lines of Nikos Koulis softened by the soft tones of mother of pearl, the patented mosaic technique by Plevé invented by Ron Rizzo that inserts diamonds on a crystal surface, the frame of a Gamuchian beehive that is perhaps no longer such an original idea but bees still like them very much, the buckle years old 70 in the version by Janis Savitt and the ancient suggestions of Roberto Coin. But, in short, how to choose the cuff bracelet?

Bracciale e collana in oro giallo della collezione Flapper
Maria Canale, bracciale e collana in oro giallo della collezione Flapper

Weight. The first thing to watch out for is the weight. Of course, a nice cuff bracelet is great because it’s noticed. But if it’s made of metal it could be tiring to wear all day. Better not to wear a metal bracelet from morning to night if it is not super light. But, in this case, be careful: it may be less tiring to wear, but easily deformed if you hit it.

Winnie Harlow, la modella famosa anche per la sua vitiligine, ha riscosso successo con una parure di orecchini, bracciale collana con gemme di Fabergé
Winnie Harlow, la modella famosa anche per la sua vitiligine, ha riscosso successo con una parure di orecchini, bracciale collana con gemme di Fabergé

Allergies. A lot of metal in contact with the skin could cause allergies for those who are sensitive to metals that are not hypoallergenic, such as platinum or titanium. Take this into consideration before buying a cuff bracelet. Wide bracelets are rarely made all of pure gold, since the amount of metal used for a jewel of this type is considerable.

Jennifer Lopez con gioielli Harry Winston: Purple Dragon Necklace con incastonato uno zaffiro viola di 65.32 carati su una collana di diamanti con 129.48 carati, su platino. Inoltre, orecchini chandelier di diamanti, vintage del 1972, con 29.59 carati di diamanti su platino, bracciale con diamanti per 67.22 carati sempre su platino, anello con diamante di 15.99 carati
Jennifer Lopez con gioielli Harry Winston: Purple Dragon Necklace con incastonato uno zaffiro viola di 65.32 carati su una collana di diamanti con 129.48 carati, su platino. Inoltre, orecchini chandelier di diamanti, vintage del 1972, con 29.59 carati di diamanti su platino, bracciale con diamanti per 67.22 carati sempre su platino, anello con diamante di 15.99 carati

Wrists. Are your wrists suitable for such a demanding bracelet? Look at them: if you have wrists that are a little wide, it is not advisable to increase the volume with such large bracelets. In this case it is better to opt for thin bracelets, such as those with small chains.

Bracciale in diamanti con orologio di William Goldberg
Bracciale in diamanti con orologio di William Goldberg

Clothing. A cuff bracelet is beautiful, but challenging. Attention, then to match the bracelet to the type of dress. General rule: if the bracelet has many fancy colors and patterns, it will be better if combined with a solid color dress or shirt. And viceversa. No problem, however, if the dress is sleeveless or short-sleeved. Also check another detail: the bracelet must not have metal elements, such as closures, which could get caught in the fabric with unpleasant consequences.

Bracciale in oro giallo e diamanti
Garavelli, bracciale in oro giallo e diamanti

Style. A cuff bracelet can be rigid, but also made with a soft metal mesh or even with a weave of precious stones. Of course in this last case the cost takes off like a NASA rocket. Which type of bracelet to choose? Rigid bracelets are often less classic. The knitted metal bracelet, especially in gold, is suitable for important evenings, although it is usually not very light to wear. And the gemstone bracelets? If you have one, you don’t need advice … Matilde de Bounvilles

Bracciale con opali, spinelli e diamanti
Yael Design, bracciale con opali, spinelli e diamanti
Bracciale stile art déco in platino, diamanti e onice
Neil Lane, bracciale stile art déco in platino, diamanti e onice
Alexandra Albini, bracciale in oro con tanzanite
Alexandra Albini, bracciale in oro con tanzanite
Braccialetto Eshira. Un bracciale di ispirazione africana che riassume il ricco patrimonio di Ena Iro. Traendo ispirazione dalla tribù Punu, realizzato in titanio e presenta zaffiri gialli e rosa misti e diamanti champagne. Il lato del bracciale è impreziosito da zaffiri blu con taglio princess
Ena Iro, braccialetto Eshira. Un bracciale di ispirazione africana che riassume il ricco patrimonio di Ena Iro. Traendo ispirazione dalla tribù Punu, realizzato in titanio e presenta zaffiri gialli e rosa misti e diamanti champagne. Il lato del bracciale è impreziosito da zaffiri blu con taglio princess
Bracciale di Sylvia Furmanovich in legno di acero giapponese scolpito, oro 18 carati e diamanti
Bracciale di Sylvia Furmanovich in legno di acero giapponese scolpito, oro 18 carati e diamanti
Bracciale con diamanti taglio marquise, pera e brillante
Arzano, bracciale con diamanti taglio marquise, pera e brillante
Bracciale in oro rosa, madreperla, diamanti
Bulgari, bracciale in oro rosa, madreperla, diamanti
Bracciale dorato e pietre Swarovski
Bracciale dorato e pietre Swarovski
Bracciale Red Velvet
Bracciale Red Velvet di Vhernier
Bracciale in oro
Walid Akkad, bracciale in oro






Love in Verona on Valentine’s Day with Roberto Coin




The city of love is ideal for Valentine’s Day. Verona, stage for the eternal story of Romeo and Juliet, is also a destination for thousands of tourists who probably hope that their relationship with their other half will be more fortunate. In any case, it is to the Venetian city that the Roberto Coin’s Love in Verona collection is dedicated, which on the occasion of Valentine’s Day is re-proposed with the updates that have been added over time.

Orecchini in oro giallo e bianco con diamanti a fiore
Orecchini in oro giallo e bianco con diamanti a fiore

The jewels of the collection, with the design of the four-petal diamond flower, are inspired by some characteristics of the architectural decorations typical of the late Gothic style, which is also found in many palaces in Verona. It is also a common aesthetic appeal in the period in which the play written by William Shakespeare is set. The jewels are made in the three colors of gold, shiny or satin. The gold is worked with an ultra-glossy and resistant effect thanks to the special alloy used. Each diamond is set by hand. The closure of each bracelet in the collection allows maximum security while maintaining the linearity of the silhouette, thanks to a mechanism hidden within the design.
Orecchini in oro giallo con  pavé di diamanti
Orecchini in oro giallo con pavé di diamanti

Bracciali in oro e diamanti della collezione Love in Verona
Bracciali in oro e diamanti della collezione Love in Verona
Bracciali in oro con diamanti bianchi e neri
Bracciali in oro con diamanti bianchi e neri
Orecchini in oro rosa  con diamanti bianchi e neri
Orecchini in oro rosa con diamanti bianchi e neri
Anello in oro rosa con diamanti bianchi e neri
Anello in oro rosa con diamanti bianchi e neri
Anello in oro bianco e pavé di diamanti
Anello in oro bianco e pavé di diamanti







Four more brands for Haute Jewels Geneva




Haute Jewels Geneva attracts new jewelery Maisons. Started quietly in 2019 with the presence of four brands, the event founded and organized by the CEO of Yoko London, Michael Hakimian, has expanded. For the 2023 edition at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva from Sunday 26 March to Sunday 2 April, four other jewelery brands are expected: Pasquale Bruni, Karen Suen, Busatti 1947 and Casato. The new arrivals will join the 18 brands already present in 2022 and which have confirmed their presence for the new edition: Yoko Londra, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione , Hans D.Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli, Sicis, Baraka.

Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com

We are delighted to welcome four unique brands to the Haute Jewels Geneva family. After a very successful event in 2022, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to grow the Haute Jewels Geneva concept with the addition of these brands.
Michael Hakimian

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva was born on the ashes of the dissolution of Baselworld and in conjunction with the other major event in the Swiss city, Watches and Wonders, dedicated to the world of haute horlogerie, which this year is held from 27 March to 2 April. Haute Jewels Geneva, organized inside the hotel overlooking the lake, is an appointment dedicated to discretion in a soft environment. Although Haute Jewels Geneva has grown since its inception, the organizers note, «one of its main objectives remains to remove the formality from the traditional trade fair experience, offering a relaxed atmosphere for both customers and exhibitors to discover exclusive jewelery designs».
Anello in titanio con smeraldo colombiano incastonato un cristallo di rocca
Busatti Milano, anello in titanio con smeraldo colombiano incastonato un cristallo di rocca

Georgina Rodriguez con girocollo di Pasquale Bruni
Georgina Rodriguez con girocollo di Pasquale Bruni

Casato, anello della collezione Daphne
Casato, anello della collezione Daphne

Gioielli di Karen Suen
Gioielli di Karen Suen







Haute Jewels Geneva returns on March 26th




Haute Jewels Geneva, come back. There are 18 jewelry brands that will participate in the event to be held at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva from March 26 to April 2, 2023. Haute Jewels Geneva is an idea of Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London, who wanted to react in this way to his death of Baselworld. For this reason, the appointment in Geneva takes place in parallel with Watches and Wonders, dedicated to high jewelery, which in 2023 will take place from March 27 to April 2. Also in the hotels of the city, there are also other jewelry brands.

Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva, however, is organized as an event in itself. Also in 2023 is confirmed the participation of Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Crivelli, Sutra, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli, Barakà and Sicis.

Ingresso a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Ingresso a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Il taglio inaugurale del nastro a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Il taglio inaugurale del nastro a Haute Jewels Geneva 2022
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com






The new Art Dèco by Roberto Coin




Art Deco is about to turn one hundred years old. The name, in fact, is the abbreviation for Arts Décoratifs, and it is a style that appeared for the first time in France shortly before the First World War, but which officially took its name from the International Exhibition of Decorative and Industrial Arts held in Paris in 1925. Despite this, the art deco style is in excellent health, as demonstrated by the jewelry line launched a few years ago by Roberto Coin, which continues to be renewed.

Rose gold pendants with lapislazuli and diamonds and Rose gold pendant with diamonds
Rose gold pendants with lapislazuli and diamonds and Rose gold pendant with diamonds

The collection of the Italian jeweler has recorded a good success and that is why the Maison has fed the catalog with always new variations. The jewels are made with the typical materials of the brand: yellow and pink gold, black jade, mother of pearl, deep blue lapis lazuli, malachite and turquoise, with the addition of pieces with white diamonds. The long necklaces with pendants, the new multicolored rings and the tassel-shaped earrings are the new entries of the collection.
Rose gold earrings with lapislazuli and diamonds
Rose gold earrings with lapislazuli and diamonds

Rose gold ring with diamonds, lapislazuli, turquoise, with diamonds, lapislazuli, with diamonds, lapislazuli, turquoise, malachite, red agate, mother of pearl and black jade and ring with diamonds
Rose gold ring with diamonds, lapislazuli, turquoise, with diamonds, lapislazuli, with diamonds, lapislazuli, turquoise, malachite, red agate, mother of pearl and black jade and ring with diamonds
Rose gold ring with diamonds, lapislazuli, turquoise, malachite, red agate, mother of pearl and black jade; Rose gold ring with diamonds
Rose gold ring with diamonds, lapislazuli, turquoise, malachite, red agate, mother of pearl and black jade; Rose gold ring with diamonds

Rose gold earrings with diamonds
Rose gold earrings with diamonds







New Venetian princesses for Roberto Coin




What girl wouldn’t like to be a Venetian princess? The idea appears attractive to a large number of women fascinated not only by the noble title, but also by the atmosphere of the most magical city in the world. And this is the idea behind the Venetian Princess collection by Roberto Coin, which is now being renewed. The collection, presented years ago, has over time added new pieces to its vast catalog. Now it’s the turn of new jewels with malachite and lapis lazuli inserts. The semi-precious stones are set in pink or white gold, accompanied by diamonds and the classic ruby ​​placed inside the jewel (a characteristic of the Maison). Furthermore, next to the gold with twisted thread there is also a process called style titanium.

Orecchini in oro, diamanti, lavorazione rose style titanium
Orecchini in oro, diamanti, lavorazione rose style titanium

The style, which is similar to that of the Princess Flower collection, is based on the motif of the four-lobed flower derived from the flowery Gothic used for much of Venetian architecture. This motif occurs in the oldest buildings in Venice in the openings between small close columns, in the openings above quadrilobate openings, in the decorations along the roof line. Jewels, like the palaces of Venice, communicate a sense of wealth and abundance. Worthy of a Venetian princess.

Orecchini in oro, diamanti, lavorazione rose style titanium
Orecchini in oro, diamanti, lavorazione rose style titanium

Lo stile, che è simile a quello della collezione Princess Flower, si basa sul motivo del fiore a quattro lobi derivato dal gotico fiorito utilizzato per buona parte dell’architettura veneziana. Questo motivo ricorre nelle costruzioni più antiche di Venezia nelle aperture tra piccole colonne ravvicinate, nei trafori sopra aperture quadrilobate, nelle decorazioni lungo la linea del tetto. I gioielli, come i palazzi di Venezia, comunicano un senso di ricchezza e abbondanza. Degno di una principessa veneziana.

Bracciale in oro rosa e lapislazzuli
Bracciale in oro rosa e lapislazzuli
Orecchini in oro giallo con malachite e diamanti
Orecchini in oro giallo con malachite e diamanti
Pendente in oro giallo con malachite e diamanti
Pendente in oro giallo con malachite e diamanti
Anelli in oro giallo con malachite e diamanti
Anelli in oro giallo con malachite e diamanti
Pendente in oro rosa con lapislazzuli e diamanti
Pendente in oro rosa con lapislazzuli e diamanti

Anelli della collezione Venetian Princess
Anelli della collezione Venetian Princess







Art Deco by Roberto Coin for Emily in Paris

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Roberto Coin from jewelry shop windows to television screens. However, it is not the Venetian jeweler who appears in a Netflix series, but a special series from his Art Deco collection. It is a new version of the collection, with turquoise and diamonds, which has become part of the second season of Emily in Paris, a very successful series. It is the story of the loves, friendships and sentimental adventures of Emily Cooper, a young Chicago girl who works in marketing and public relations, who moves to France to assist a small boutique agency in the heart of the city.

Pendente in oro rosa, diamanti, turchese
Pendente in oro rosa, diamanti, turchese

For the second season, Roberto Coin’s Art Deco collection was chosen, which is also one of the brand’s best-selling collections. The collection incorporates the zigzag lines, pointed corners and soft tassels, elements that characterize the style between the thirties and forties. The fringes add an extra touch that makes the jewelry even small pastimes to play with.
Orecchini in oro rosa e turchese della collezione Art Deco
Orecchini in oro rosa, diamanti e turchese della collezione Art Deco

Orecchini in oro rosa e madreperla, indossati
Orecchini in oro rosa e madreperla, indossati
Gioielli della collezione Art Deco indossati
Gioielli della collezione Art Deco indossati
Anelli Art Deco indossati
Anelli Art Deco indossati
Pendente in oro rosa e turchese
Pendente in oro rosa e turchese

Anello con nappa in oro rosa, diamanti e turchese
Anello con nappa in oro rosa, diamanti e turchese







Roberto Coin’s jewels at the Met Gala




Among the jewels spotted at the Met Gala there were also those of Roberto Coin. Wearing them was Cynthia Erivo, English actress, singer and songwriter, who chose a choker with 327-carat fire opal and 40-carat diamond from the Italian maison. The necklace was created exclusively for Cynthia for the theme of the Guilded Age evening.

Cynthia Erivo
Cynthia Erivo

Cynthia Erivo also wore the Snake bracelet with diamonds and emerald, the Dahlia Cento Diamond bracelet, the Marquesa bracelet with diamonds, the Fiore Couture Cento Diamond ring, the pink sapphire and the Cento Diamond band, the Rosette Cento Diamond ring. , the Dolce 3 ring in Cento stone with pear-shaped diamond and Ring with Diamond Princess tassel.
Anelli della linea 100 Diamond, con diamanti e zaffiri blu e rosa
Anelli della linea 100 Diamond, con diamanti e zaffiri blu e rosa

Cynthia Erivo con i gioielli by Roberto Coin
Cynthia Erivo con i gioielli by Roberto Coin

braccialetto-Snake-con-diamanti-e-smeraldo
Braccialetto Snake con diamanti e asmeraldo







Roberto Coin’s zodiac

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What hasn’t changed in a thousand and more years now? The idea that fate is determined or influenced by the stars. In other words: the belief that astrology is a serious matter. For many it is a game, for others it is a faith, for still others a habit. But there are also those who don’t care, even if when asked “what sign are you?” the disbeliever can answer immediately. However it is considered, astrology is part of popular, widespread culture, even if it has no scientific basis (but today a post on Facebook counts more than the opinion of an astronomer). All this premise to understand why most jewelers choose to create collections with the signs of the zodiac.

I medaglioni con i segni dello zodiaco
I medaglioni con i segni dello zodiaco

Roberto Coin too offers a series of unisex medallions, with the symbols of Libra, Sagittarius, Capricorn, etc. The line is part of the Venetian Princess collection. The medallions are made of shiny or satin gold, while the zodiac signs are indicated with small designs traced with lines of brilliant diamonds on its surface. The chain of each locket is also special, designed to be worn in different ways. Each chain and each diamond is handmade.
Medaglione con il segno del sagittario
Medaglione con il segno del sagittario

Il retro dei medaglioni
Il retro dei medaglioni
Medaglione con il segno dell'ariete
Medaglione con il segno dell’ariete

Medaglione con il segno dell'acquario
Medaglione con il segno dell’acquario







Haute Jewels Geneva, positive balance




The idea worked. The report of Haute Jewels Geneva, which was held at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva in conjunction with Watch & Wonders in the Swiss city on Lake Geneva, had a positive response. The event was attended by 18 big names in jewelry: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Crivelli, Sutra, Bayco, Eto Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione, Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi, Annamaria Cammilli , Barakà and Sicis.

Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva. Copyright: gioiellis.com

The 2022 edition of Haute Jewels Geneva was an unequivocal success. We believe the triumph of this show marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for the jewelry industry. Smaller commercial events composed of like-minded brands can offer a more focused, more enjoyable and beneficial luxury experience for both brands and visitors. We look forward to the 2023 edition of Haute Jewels Geneva.
Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London and Event Founder

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

The success of the “mini Baselword” is also due to the selection of brands and the atmosphere offered by the location. In the same hotel, although outside the Haute Jewels Geneva, there were also two other brands: Piero Milano and Dolce & Gabbana, an aspect that has probably contributed to attracting visitors.

Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva, gioielli esposti. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva al Fairmont Grand Hotel. Copyright: gioiellis.com







In 18 for Haute Jewels Geneva




The time has come for the small Baselworld of jewelry, as some have dubbed it. From March 30 to April 5, at the Fairmont Grand Hotel in Geneva, 18 great names in jewelry give life to Haute Jewels Geneva. This is an event born after the evaporation of Baselworld and in conjunction with Watches and Wonders, a fair centered on fine watchmaking that takes place on the same days in the Swiss city. A first experiment had already been organized in 2019, but with only four exhibitors and with the subsequent suspension due to the covid. Now, however, the organizers led by Michael Hakimian, CEO of Yoko London, are back and with greater participation.

Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com
Michael Hakimian, Ceo di Yoko London. Copyright gioiellis.com

In all, therefore, the brands present at the Fairmont Grand Hotel Geneva are 18, with a majority of Italian Maison: Yoko London, Roberto Coin, Sutra, Crivelli, Bayco, Etho Maria, Stenzhorn, Marco Bicego, Mariani, Palmiero, Picchiotti, Gorgoglione , Hans D. Krieger, Leo Pizzo, Verdi Gioielli, Annamaria Cammilli, Barakà, Sicis.

Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gioielli Sutra a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Gioielli Sutra a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com

Collier di Yoko London a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com
Collier di Yoko London a Haute Jewels Geneva 2019. Copyright: gioiellis.com







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