Rings, stones and colors
This has been the case since the birth of the Milanese house in 1967: Pomellato sees luxury in colors
, those of the precious and semi-precious stones with which the brand trims its rings. One of the best examples of this identity and know-how of Italian artisans is undoubtedly the Iconica
Color Classic ring, in 18-karat rose gold set with gems in the shape of stars, triangles, ovals or squares. A total of 20 stones brighten up the rainbow-colored ring: pink tourmalines, orange sapphires, blue sapphires, tsavorites, red spinels, blue zircons, tanzanites, demantoids and amethysts.
Pomellato's iconic ring - it's a case of saying it -, launched during Milan Fashion Week 2017 to celebrate the house's 50th anniversary, Iconica illustrates this passion for stone, which can be found on many other important designs
. The Nudo collection
and its variations are a fiery ambassador of this. Rings in rose gold and white chaton (or vice versa) support faceted stones in their purest brilliance, blue london topaz, prasiolite, obsidian, etc. This cult collection launched in 2001 is similar to another line, M'Ama Non M'Ama
in its clean aesthetic and the Mix and Match possibilities offered by these rings. Garnet, amethyst or adularia come here to marry in cabochon form a gold ring, which can be set with diamonds.
Other models of rings
with stone display a more imposing look, more voluptuous lines. Pomellato Tango
, now found only on the second-hand market, is a telling example, with its twists and rectangular stones. While it was revisited in 2019, the Ritratto (a stone framed like a work of art) and Bahia (three stones with a rounded, irregular appearance) rings are other illustrations of this Pomellato know-how.
The art of the diamond, the love of the twist
The Pomellato rings
equally highlight the House's excellence in the art of the diamond. In Milan, it is white or black, but also brown, gray... The precious pavings of diamonds
make their mark in the Sabbia, the square-shaped cocktail ring, and Nuvola collections, while Catene offers versions with more sophisticated designs. With Catene
, gold is twisted, the burnished silver braid studded with brilliant-cut diamonds or stones with a subtle gradient effect: purple sapphires, pink spinels and rubies for a pink/purple version, aquamarines, tanzanites and blue sapphires for a ring with blue-gray tones.
The Catene ("chain" in Italian) collection is also a reminder that Pomellato knows just as well how to break free from gems to design and sculpt all-gold rings
. Pomellato's iconic chain is in fact the source of inspiration for the Bahia line, in 18-karat rose or white gold, smooth or set with diamonds. With the between-the-fingers ring model, rose gold and cognac diamond, the Italian House knows how to keep up with the times and satisfy fashionistas.