A new necklace in kogolong and sapphires is added to the Calla collection by Vhernier ♦
Do you know which flower never fade? The calla. Or, better, the Calla with the capital letter C. The collection by Vhernier , after celebrating 20 birthdays a year ago, has continued to evolve in many variations, with the same ambition to combine the classic, pure, simple Calla design with new aesthetic and technical experiments.
Such was, for example, the introduction of Eyeliner, a technique for making an artisan pavé composed of a carpet of diamonds or sapphires of different sizes, arranged in an apparently casual manner. This type of pavé is now proposed, for example, in a new one-of-a-kind necklace, made with kogolong elements, lava stone characterized by pure white color, combined with three other elements in white gold with pavé Eyeliner of sapphires gray.
Alongside this unique piece, Vhernier has expanded its catalog to introduce pieces made of aluminum, which is added to the just used titanium, and to nanoceramics. It should be noted that Calla is also available in a men’s version, with bracelets and rings in satin-finished titanium, metal as resistant as steel but much lighter, which interact with the softness of pink gold.
For women, on the other hand, next to bracelets, the Calla collection includes the possibility of choosing rings and earrings. Of course the elements that make up the jewels are smaller and allow the bend. Also in this case titanium and rose gold are the materials that go with the diamonds.