About This Project

The recurring geometric patterns of the jewelry of Plethora succeed each other linearly based on three main versions: a compact circle, a void circle and one filled with a semiprecious stone. The rhythmical succession of these elements constitutes a major characteristic of this series and creates on the jewel surface a membrane of graded permeability, which filters the view to the female skin.

The jewelry of this series varies functionally and aesthetically, from a simple ring to a formal necklace, as this specific geometric pattern can support different stylistic choices. Thus, the gold plated surface combined with carmine color of gemstones such as rubies and tourmaline, attributes sublimity to the jewelry of plethora, whereas the rhodium plating matched with a cool color as the blue of a sapphire reflects a more alternative character.


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