18kt Rose Gold Premier Design 'Natalie' Bracelet
Description & Details
High polish 18kt rose gold Brillante® 'Natalie' bracelet.
Translated from a quintessential Venetian motif, the Brillante® jewelry collection combines strong jewelry design, cutting edge technology and fine engineering.
A bracelet from this iconic and award winning collection is currently presented at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.
Length: 6.5 inches
Width: 5 mm
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Details of This Jewel
The 18k Rose Gold Premiere Design Natalie Bracelet belongs to Paolo Costagli’s Brillante Collection --an award-winning curation of custom made jewelry inspired by the Venetian motif and the golden Art Deco era. This 18k rose gold bracelet measures 6.55 inches in length and closes with a lobster clasp. Central to this bracelet is the Natalie pendant --a diamond-encrusted Brillante motif. The end of the chain also bears the Paolo Costagli insignia, giving the piece a personalised feel. This ladies bracelet is just one among the many gold designs in his esteemed collection.
Inspired by old-world Venice, Paolo takes one of the era’s most iconic elements and transformed it into an emblem of his own. The Brillante Collection is a line of contemporary jewelry crafted of classic components. Prominent in this collection are strong geometric lines, rich hues, and fine craftsmanship. Within its ranks is a premier design that deserved a name of its own --the Natalie pendant. The Natalie is a charming rendition of the Brillante motif. Though smaller in size, it is rich in detail and is unmistakable even at a distance. The design has proven itself a classic as it fits well into the aesthetic of women of different lifestyles.
Over the years, rose gold’s popularity has surged and waned. However, with its current standing, it looks like it will be a firm favorite in 21st century. As gold’s blushing younger sister, rose gold inherited its sister’s luster but grew into a shine of its own. Once favored by Russian royalty in the early 20th century, rose gold was the major component of the Moscow Kremlin Egg, a Faberge masterpiece. Today it’s everywhere. From phones to designer bags… and it has made its way right into Paolo Costagli’s Brillante Collection.