We’re already used to surprise twists from the Venetian Princess collection. From its original design, where a mix of black and white diamonds come together to create a play of light and shadow as mysterious as the Venetian legends that shroud the collection itself, to the very diversified versions that have followed in the years since. Mother-of-pearl in all of its purity, the verve of malachite and the deep oceanic blue of lapis lazuli.
Now Roberto Coin is surprising us once more with completely unique petals, covered in titanium. The color of titanium alters when the temperature it’s exposed to changes, making it a difficult material to work with. After years of effort, the Roberto Coin team has found the way to work titanium with high-precision machines and then to oxidize it using a process that stabilizes the four ultra-bright colors found in the pieces – an exceptional feat since they’re entirely new in the world of fine jewelry.
Titanium is considered one of the most durable materials in the world and this manufacturing process accentuates the strength of its colorful beauty as well. A jeweled flower that stands up to the passage of time, always looking like it’s “freshly bloomed”.
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