As one of the jewellers who has been redefining the meaning of high jewellery in the last few years, we’re always keen to see what will be next from Valérie Messika. The Messika name is recognized in the world of precious jewels.
A career in the diamond business, André Messika brought up his daughter Valérie on an eye for luxury, something she inherited and continues to embrace to this day.
For the Move Uno collection, Messika's designers prepared something really special - a seductive moving brilliant-cut diamond, which is at the center of imaginative and playful jewelry - an ideal detail for summer adventures.
The Messika jewelery encourages women to discover themselves as they are: bright, sensual and more.
Modern, yet confident, she knows that the diamond is the perfect companion for day to day and for the most beautiful occasions of her life. This stunning piece by Messika features strong but delicate, bold yet minimalist lines that create powerful silhouttes.
Paris brings us the great design and French savoir faire with the Move Uno collection.
Each item in this collection, from the earrings to delicate bracelets and chain necklaces, have been designed to be delicate and graceful meaning they can be worn alone or layered – each delivering a tiny portion of day to day luxury. The Move Uno collection has been created using a golden motif, each combining with a unique moving diamond.
Following new measures, Rolex and Multibrand boutiques in Belgrade will be faithfully at your disposal today from 11:00 to 14:00.
Painstakingly perfected since its debut in 1956, the Day-Date 36 is available exclusively in solid 18ct yellow gold, Everose gold or white gold, complemented today by a wide variety of new dial options.
Princess Flower, the enchanting and delicate collection, demonstrates the essence of the Roberto Coin philosophy: unique style, the most prestigious materials and artistic craftsmanship.
Following tradition, Diamond Princess selection promotes a unique concept - born out of pure, unbridled imagination.Explore
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