A name recalling fullness and perfection, as the openwork technique must be, achieving in this particular interpretation a very high level. The central Buccellati cut diamond (0.75 carats) is enshrined in a white gold bezel entirely “rigato” engraved. The band on which it lays is entirely openwork and composed of triangular yellow gold elements set with 80 fancy diamonds (0.40 carats) and flower-shaped white gold elements set with white diamonds. Shiny beads in yellow gold decorate and divide the fan-shaped elements set with diamonds, forming the borders. We have therefore 104 round diamonds weighing 0.81 carats. To remember an icon of elegance and style during the last century: Elsa Martinelli, model and actress.
To celebrate the centenary of the House, founded in 1919, we are thrilled to announce the new Buccellati-cut diamond. The Buccellati-cut diamond took birth after a long study and research in collaboration with Taché Diamonds, an industry leader founded in 1957, which has developed a reputation for meticulous quality control and reliability of supply. The first sample of the Buccellati cut diamond took almost one year to be finalized, basing on an extensive study of light optimization to achieve the maximum brilliance and fire. As a result, the Buccellati-cut diamond and its facets unleash a particular light and beauty at the highest standards.