Pamela Hastry revisits one of jewelry’s favorite themes – the language of flowers – with a collection of pastoral pieces to blend together as you desire. Delectably cool.
Pamela Hastry, a graduate of Kingston University London and Rome’s Instituto Europeo di Design, infuses her jewelry with her passion for art and design. After developing her jewelry know-how with the National HBJO Federation, the creator learned her trade working with several renowned craftspeople before launching her own brand in 2013. Her poetic creations enthrall with their sensitivity and meticulous workmanship.
The Eye of Jewelry selection:
One of the editorial team’s favorites, the “Prêt-à-Briller” collection, proposes a series of pieces to mix & match together on fingers or ears. These creations, inspired by the language of flowers and insect symbolism, intertwine and stretch out with hedonistic pleasure. So, here are our top three:
Cherry Blossom ring: spring is celebrated instantly with this cherry blossom-inspired ring! The ring, presented here it in its large version, hosts petals adorned with pink sapphires and white diamonds which unfurl delicately over the finger. Wear it alone or combined with other models, like the Cherry Blossom ring set with white diamonds or the yellow gold Buttercup Flower ring studded with yellow sapphires. The secret of a magical bouquet? Its profusion.
Beetle ring: What could be better for twisting your bespoke style than a stunning insect! We’ve fallen for this black gold model crowned with a scarab set with a 1.2-carat labradorite. Slide it on your index for an ever-so rock look.
Buttercup ear jacket: Pamela Hastry drew her inspiration from luxuriant nature to create this ear jacket adorned with a yellow-sapphire-studded buttercup. The way it has been crafted creates an illusion where the flower seems to levitate, in the middle of a Garden of Eden which would just love to unfurl itself on the ear. To heighten this effect even more, add a bunch of buttercup studs to the outer pinna or to your lobe.