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Two cocktails for Roberto Coin

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Two new cocktail rings for Roberto Coin. They use jade and malachite next to gold and diamonds ♦ ︎

It is well known that the cocktail ring was invented by the flapper, the new generation of women who in the 1920s, during Prohibition in the United States, began to use shorter skirts, shorter hair, listen to jazz music, and in general to show off their contempt for the good manners. Attitude that included wearing fancy rings, much larger and brighter than normal solitaire or simple wedding rings. The concept of cocktail ring was then elaborated to become a jewelery type. Rings that you see, with generous sizes. But, of course, every designer has his way of interpreting cocktail rings. Like Roberto Coin, a Venetian designer with an international passport, has added new cocktail rings to his catalog: the jewel of maxi proportions is reinterpreted through a universe of shapes and nuances that use the colors of jade and malachite next to diamonds and gold. Lavinia Andorno
Read also: The secrets of the cocktail ring




Rose gold rings with black and white jade, malachite and diamonds
Rose gold rings with black and white jade, malachite and diamonds

Rose gold rings with black and white jade and diamonds
Rose gold rings with black and white jade and diamonds
Rose gold ring with white diamonds and black jade
Rose gold ring with white diamonds and black jade
Rose gold pendants with white diamonds, malachite, mother of pearl and black jade
Rose gold pendants with white diamonds, malachite, mother of pearl and black jade
Roberto Coin, orecchini opendenti in oro rosa, diamanti e giada nera
Roberto Coin, orecchini opendenti in oro rosa, diamanti e giada nera

Roberto Coin, anello opendenti in oro rosa, diamanti e giada nera
Roberto Coin, anello opendenti in oro rosa, diamanti e giada nera







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