The Italian jeweler signs a collection of subtly-elegant, low-key jewelry, inspired by the equestrian world.
A good way to charm today’s women? You know, these trendsetting Amazons forever questing pieces which stand out from the crowd… Well, with a sophisticated collection boasting low-key design, yet again confirming the Italian jeweler’s talent to capture the spirit of the times. Fantina – Italian for jockey – whisks us off for an adventure in the equestrian world, back to Pomellato’s origins.
Be it just a sort of nod at or a decision sprinkled with superstition to attract good luck – the Brand, whose first ever logo portrayed a horse’s head, derives its name from the highly-sought-after breed of dapple-coated horses. A choice which turned out to be a winning one for its founder Pino Rabolini, son and grandson of a goldsmith.
Fantina, bubbling over with boldness and spirit, pursues its course among Pomellato’s great classics, like Nudo, Ritratto and Tango. In this collection, we adore the meticulously-sculpted organic curves, whose style conjures up the minimalism of Milanese architecture.
Earrings, rings, necklaces, each creation exalts the lines of the body with subtle elegance. The bracelet the most impressive piece of the collection, enchants with its slender silhouette, which embraces the wrist with a never-ending cascade of gold. The piece, proposed in rose gold, adorns diamonds for a somewhat more luxurious version which center stages its plunging curves. A future must-have that we’ve set our sights on.