Roberto Coin is driven by his innate love of fashion and art. Combining these two creative worlds together the Italian jeweller creates exquisite and unique designs that reflect his signature style and personality.
We grew up counting flower petals and repeating he loves me, he loves me not in what was a veritable ritual of love. Perpetuated by popular tradition with a hint of vintage, he loves me, he loves me not continues to represent a hope for love, which as we know, is a hope that never fades. The Petals collection has a stylized design, of total purity.
The number of petals is always three, which symbolizes perfection.
Unspired by the beautiful petals of a flower, the Petals Collection is a fresh contemporary take on this classic shape. Set in 18K yellow, white and rose gold with diamonds and precious gemstones this collection will excite all Roberto Coin collectors.
Once again, the flower is center stage, interpreted in a stylized design with an effect that is reminiscent of absolute purity. It’s no coincidence that the number of petals is three – the number that symbolizes perfection and essentiality.
Malachite, mother of pearl, diamonds, jade and vivid turquoise light up the crisp outlines with color.
From the nude tones that evoke the colors of the earth in the versions with petals covered in pure gold to the versions with corollas in combinations of exuberant colors, the Petals collection adventures into the most exotic of ambiances.
The Tudor Black Bay Steel presents the essence of Black Bay in a sleek, all-steel form where case and bezel are all crafted from exposed stainless steel.
With summer season coming to an end, Rolex boutique in Porto Montenegro remains faithfully at disposal to the admirers of prestigious timepieces.
A study in timeless elegance, the Rolex Cellini Time is an exemplary display of the watchmaking values that define it as the finest dress watch.
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