Pomellato, the Italian jewelry house, has been quietly building its reputation in the fine jewelry market since its founding in 1967. Pino Rabolini, the company’s founder, was the first to promote the philosophy of prêt-à-porter jewelry, thus securing Pomellato’s position as a trend setter in the jewelry industry. What began as a craftsman’s workshop with fifteen people, Pomellato is now an international company with more than 400 employees, including 100 goldsmiths. It has nearly 30 freestanding boutiques, including the beautiful jewel box it opened in Bal Harbour in 2009.
To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the brand, Pomellato introduces its first all-silver collection, Pomellato 67. The new line, a concentration of Pomellato’s essence, celebrates the founding year of the Milanese jewelry house—1967—a period of deep change that revolutionized society, music, culture and fashion. Pomellato draws from all the signature styles and heritage distilled from the brand in its 45 years to inspire a jewelry line that is at once contemporary, unabashed and sexy. The themes include Chains, Safari, Gourmette, Chevaliere and Griffe.
The bold lines, playful motifs and free-spirited nature of this collection ensures that it is one to be noticed! In Pomellato 67, silver is combined with new materials, like marcasite and hydrothermal quartz.
Available at Pomellato next month.