ANELLI, vetrina — November 22, 2019 at 5:00 am

The mineral magic of Pomellato





Pomellato renews the series of rings in the Armonie Minerali collection to celebrate its first 50 years ♦ ︎

Pomellato renews the Armonie Minerali collection to celebrate 50 years of life. With the experience of the master gemologist Constantin Wild the new collection presents unusual stones with cabochon cut, which have a strip with pavé of precious stones set in a transversal sense: diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, rubies.

Anello in oro rosa con rodocrosite e rubini
Anello in oro rosa con rodocrosite e rubini

The new series also has a specific inspiration, they are considered a Portrait of the company: 50, one for each year of the Maison’s life. The rings use stones such as turquoise, jasper, malachite, lapis lazuli, agate, rhodochrosite. The secret of the collection are the refined combinations between the different stones. In addition to the rings, pendants of the same style are also available. For example, half opal, half cachalong divided by a strip of sapphires.

Anello in oro rosa, calcedonio   attraversato da una striscia di zaffiri blu
Anello in oro rosa, calcedonio
attraversato da una striscia di zaffiri blu

The collection is divided into three lines dedicated to art, design and music. And there is also a reference to Milan, the city where Pomellato was born (which is now part of the Kering group) and which is also one of the capitals of design, with quotes from historical post-war architects, such as Gio Ponti, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Vico Magistretti and Aldo Rossi.

Anello con malachite e smeraldi
Anello con malachite e smeraldi
Anello con occhio di tigre e zaffiri arancio
Anello con occhio di tigre e zaffiri arancio
Anello ispirato alle Dolomiti con opale, cachalong e zaffiri blu
Anello ispirato alle Dolomiti con opale, cachalong e zaffiri blu

Anello ispirato a Madama Butterfly in oro rosa, agata bianca e grigia, diamanti
Anello ispirato a Madama Butterfly in oro rosa, agata bianca e grigia, diamanti







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