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Conch Elephant

Unique jewelry sculpture, which can also be worn as a pendant. Three Conch pearls were used. Due to its size of almost 41 ct, the pearl that makes up the elephant’s body is an extremely rare rarity. On the completely paved cushion on the back rests a perfect, oval Conch pearl of 3.84 ct with […]

Truman Crown

Such a unique pink-colored Conch pearl of over 56 carat with finest silky flaming is nothing more worthy than to wear a royal crown. A crown setting worked in gold and platinum was perfectly adapted to the pearl shape. A truly royal piece of jewelry, which should make her wearer feel like a queen. Design […]


Onde, the Italian word for “waves”, inspired the designer for this set: Wavy surfaces were produced by an elaborate folding technique. Like the glitter of the water on the flowing wave surfaces, the scattered gemstones reflect the light when the jewelry is moved. The conscious selection of the Conch pearls used is based on a […]


From the jewellery collection Frutti Di Mare: Neptune. Pearls – tears of the gods. Lifelike seahorse that can be worn as a pendant or brooch. The eye catcher is the soft rose-colored Conch pearl. The collection “Frutti di Mare” (Italian for “fruits of the sea”) is also symbolic from the point of view of “pearls […]


From the jewellery collection Frutti Di Mare: Aruna. Pearls – tears of the gods. A natural shell that can be worn as a pendant or brooch. The eye-catcher of the piece of jewelry is the baroque soft pink colored Conch pearl. The collection “Frutti di Mare” (Italian for “fruits of the sea”) is also symbolic […]

Conch Crocos

Natural crocodile jewelry sculptures in radiant beauty with an apparently unbridled appetite for Conch pearls. The crocodiles are made of 750/- white gold and impress with their green paved emerald back. Sharp ruby eyes seem sparkling – like protective – not to want to let the precious Conch pearl between the sharp teeth out of […]


Montecristo, the Italian island halfway between Corsica and the Italian mainland, with its highest peak, Monte della Fortezza (Italian fortress mountain), gives its name to this ring. The special: The entire island was designated as a nature reserve in 1970 and may only be entered with special permission. Since only about 1,000 visitors are admitted […]


From the jewelry collection Frutti Di Mare: Poseidon. Pearls – Tears of the Gods The baroque Conch pearl sits perfectly harmoniously on the water drop of the shell. The falling drops sparkle through the flawless diamonds. The warm rose gold forms a flattering unit with the delicate rosé of the Conch pearl. The collection “Frutti […]

Pink Eye

If you look at the ring from above, it quickly becomes clear how this extraordinary piece of jewelry gets its name: If you look at the ring from above, you look – supposedly – directly into an eye. A clear pink pupil, seems to look back – the Pink Eye. A ruby shadow of songs, […]


Nuvola, the Italian word for “cloud” gives this ring its name for several reasons: The Conch pearl – also perfectly round – rarely shows such an extraordinary continuous cloud-like flame structure. To underline this special feature, the designer has placed it on a cloud-like ground plan. But that’s not all: The pearl hits the water […]

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