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The Cascade Nudo necklace with superb green peridots, the August birthstone, from the La Gioia di Pomellato Collection Photo ©Pomellato Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

Gleaming greens, bright whites, intense yellow and brilliant blue, with ruby red. The house of Pomellato has just brought out its very first high jewelry collection, La Gioia, and it is a feast of colors for the eyes. The collection embodies the original style and craft know—how of the Italian house. The same crafts men and women that create the house’s ready-to-wear collections also created the 165 models of necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings in the La Gioia Collection.

The colorful Plastron Nudo necklace from the La Gioia di Pomellato Collection Photo ©Pomellato Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

The Gourmet Gazette has selected some highlights from this scintillating new collection. Gleaming peridots, the birthstone for August, are showcased in the Cascade Nudo necklace. The stones have been facetted on both sides, adding to the volume of the necklace. The necklace is accompanied by earrings both of which are available in frosted topaz lined with iridescent mother of pearl for a white on white effect. Blue topaz, lilac hued amethysts, lemon quartz alongside other gemstones come together in the five-rowed Plastron Nudo necklace, a neo-Renaissance piece bursting with color. Meanwhile the Pavé Sabbia Peacock ring is a festival of white and cognac diamonds, emeralds and a unique texture thanks to the pave technique of the house. Pomellato was founded in Milan in 1967.
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The scintillating Pavé Sabbia Peacock ring from the La Gioia di Pomellato Collection Photo ©Pomellato Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

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