Engagement rings named in honor of the heroines of Shakespeare and Dante


Ring BeatriceФото: Buccellati

Italian company Buccellati presented at the new Moscow boutique collection of engagement rings Romanza, the correspondent “reports Tapes.ru»

The collection includes models named after literary and mythological characters: Beatrice (the divine Comedy of Dante), Titania (“a Midsummer night’s Dream” by Shakespeare), Antiope (the Queen of the Amazons from Greek myth), Guinevere (wife of the legendary king Arthur), Isolde (the main character of the novel knight of the XII century “Tristan and Isolde”). Ring made of white gold with diamonds in typical Buccellati technique with engraving and chasing.

Ring Titania Photo: Buccellati 1/6

Collection at the opening of the boutique in Gum presented the President of the house of Buccellati, Andrea Buccellati.

In January 2018, during the Week of high fashion in Paris fashion house Dior has introduced a line of haute joaillerie called Dior à Versailles, the Pièces Secrètes (“Dior in Versailles: Secret rooms”). A collection of high jewellery, the design of which was developed by the Director of the jewellery collections of Dior Victoire de Castellane, includes 36 ornaments (22 rings, four pairs of earrings, nine, necklace and bracelet). This is the third and last part of the large collection of the triptych inspired by Versailles — the former residence of French kings. The theme of Dior à Versailles, the Pièces Secrètes — secrets and mysteries of the Palace.

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