The Nudo Ring by Pomellato

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Jeweler Milanais Pomellato has decided to induct, at the dawn of the 2000s, a “ready-to-wear jewelry”. Founded in 1967 by Pino Rabolini, the jewelry company has distinguished itself in its field and seen its renown built from the ground up by distinguished work on colorful stones. These factors all come together in the Nudoring, that has established itself as an icon ever since its initial release in 2001. In those days, it was unheard of to have accessories for both day and night. And so Pomellato launched the Nudo, a piece of jewelry with a pure design aesthetic who’s gold ring highlights its finely colored stone. This is a revolution.

The brand’s heart beats with the abnegation of style and creation. On the lookout for trends without abandoning its savoir-faire and craftsmanship, Pomellato has signed off on its biggest success yet, the origins of which lie with the Nudo ring: an intelligible simplicity that highlights colors. Lemon quartz, prasiolite, london blue topaz, mandarin garnet, more than ten shades that each proudly embed themselves into the ring to reveal its sensual curves. This solitary and atypical piece leaves out the classic diamond, further showcasing its elegantly rebellious streak.

 Cornerstone style of the brand, it is ceaselessly reinvented and reorchestrated. Its ultimate purpose: give women both modern and traditional round and luminous creations. Take Tilda Swinton for example, the brand’s muse since spring 2010. Pomellato seems to have inherited the secret to poetic simplicity.

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