Swiss Innovation meeting legendary Italian Design


Since anci­ent Egypt, the mythi­cal ser­pent has sym­bo­li­zed eter­nity, femi­nin­ity and pro­spe­rity. An icon since the 1940’s and a signi­fi­cant source of inspi­ra­tion for design since Cleo­pa­tra, this collec­tion repres­ents a return to magi­cal sym­bo­lism and cele­bra­tes the icons of the past. With its femi­nine sinuo­sity and uni­que con­tem­porary style, CLEA offers a great scope of colour and mate­rial com­bi­na­ti­ons.

With its flu­ent high-tech sili­con ele­ments that are each indi­vi­dually assem­bled, CLEA adapts to your skin smoothly yet firmly and stands out gla­mo­rously. The serpent’s head and tail are made of 925 ster­ling sil­ver, hand-pain­ted ena­mel and embel­lis­hed with natu­ral blue, red or white topaz eyes. CLEA is a genuine expres­sion of true crafts­manship, pre­ci­sion expres­sing wis­dom and eter­nity.

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When Ita­lian design meets Swiss inno­va­tion and pre­ci­sion a collec­tion is crea­ted that results in uni­que ele­gance and ulti­mate qua­lity. Whe­ther HONEY will sparkle on your wrist indi­vi­dually or in a beau­ti­ful com­bi­na­tion, it is the per­fect piece for the per­fect occa­sion. HONEY is an inno­va­tive design, as it has the worlds first expan­da­ble slip-on sys­tem. In com­bi­na­tion with high-tech cera­mic and hand pain­ted ena­mel with gle­a­m­ing 18 karat gold pat­terns this uni­que honey­comb homage is set with dia­monds and pre­cious sto­nes. Honey has been a sym­bol of elo­quence and pro­tec­tion since anci­ent times per­fectly matching the smooth and sophi­s­ti­ca­ted lines of this luxu­rious collec­tion.

Tamara Donalli’s pas­sion for the sym­bio­ses of exqui­site mate­ri­als is once again reflec­ted in the new HONEY ring and pen­dant collec­tion.  The 18-karat gold rings are set with dia­mond and encir­cled with high-tech cera­mic. In com­bi­na­tion with the deli­cate gold pen­dants and ear­rings set with dia­monds, these ele­gant state­ment pie­ces stand in per­fect har­mony.

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