Vhernier celebrates 20 years of Calla, one of its most famous jewelery lines ♦ ︎
A flower that has not yet faded after 20 years. On the contrary, it promises to be admired for a long time. Vhernier, a jewelery brand that stands out for its avant-garde design, celebrates Calla’s two decades of history. The jewelry line crosses the threshold of 20 years without having changed its DNA, its tapered and clean shape, which at the same time has evolved with a work of continuous renewal. Since two decades ago, when the founder of the brand, Angela Camurati, has been inspired by the flower of Calla, reproduced in its essential lines, the line has known different stages.
Calla jewels mean, for example, necklaces composed of thin elements goblet shape, just like those of the flower, in ebony and rose gold, in gold and kogolong (a volcanic stone) or diamonds. But also coordinated earrings and pendants.
The band presided over today by Carlo Traglio celebrates, therefore, one of its jewels-emblem, which has also been revived with innovative materials such as titanium, robust and difficult to work, combined with a splash of small and sparkling diamonds. But the rose gold versions remain available, even with the disturbing darkness of ebony, which in some cases contrasts with a diamond pavé. Or the pink metal which melts into the kogolong. The flowering of the Calla continues. Giulia Netrese