The colors of Venice are as playful and enchanting as spring on its arrival. Roberto Coin captures them in his Venetian Princess and Princess Flower collections – through the shades of gold, malachite, lapis lazuli, turquoise, and other gemstones.
They are enhanced by the contrast with the regal whiteness of diamonds, white gold and mother-of-pearl. It is through this contrast that beauty blossoms in the most authentic way, shaking the soul and moving the imagination as the wind carries away the winter announcing the season of flowers.
Flowers bloom and rest delicately on the hands, taking the form of rings that enhance the beauty of the woman who wears them. They settle close to the heart, making new and vigorous feelings bloom, and on the wrists with a precious tinkle.
They sparkle on the earlobes, where they bloom in small or large proportions, embellished with the green of malachite or the blue of lapis lazuli. And if blue recalls the depth of the sea and sky and green depicts the natural joy of nature in its bloom, the yellow gold in these creations by Roberto Coin recalls the sunshine that accompanies spring days, with diamonds to intensify its light.
The alternation of pink and yellow, blue, green and other colors, which is typical of spring, is found everywhere in Venice and in all seasons.
It can be found on the facades of the palaces, in the striped patterns of the mooring poles in the lagoon, in the sumptuous fabrics of the cafés and in the Murano chandeliers that can be glimpsed on the ceilings of the noble palaces; it is in the timeless masterpieces that are kept in churches like precious jewels. It is also this chromatic and formal richness that links, for Roberto Coin, Venice to spring and flowers.
Spring blossoms and every woman’s
beauty is in bloom.
Sprinkled on her skin, flowers meet and harmonize: earrings, pendants, rings and bracelets from Roberto Coin’s Venetian Princess and Princess Flower collections thus become a floral symphony of gems and buds.
Sweetly, nature blossoms and manifests its most intense colors. It gracefully materializes in regal splendor, taking the shape of jewelry as unique as the woman who wears it.