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Stefan Hafner presents collection of ravishing finger rings
17
Nov '08
Stefan Hafner, the internationally-acclaimed jewellery house, presents its new collection of ravishing finger rings combining white gold settings and a rich combination of white, black and brown diamonds, rubies, sapphires, amethysts and topaz. These delightful pieces display Stefan Hafner's legendary design magic and offer fabulous options to suit any mood and occasion.

Ringing in glamour and boldness in design, these finger accents are everything that a woman needs to stand out during the festive season. The famed jeweller once again pushes the boundaries of creativity by introducing new shapes and forms in its designs and experimenting with various combinations of precious stones for maximum effect.

The most striking of the selection are 'cuff' rings, featuring cylindrical forms with frayed edges, richly paved with diamonds and sprinkled with golden yellow topaz. Each glittering piece 'folds over' and wraps itself over the wearer's finger in a dazzling combination of gems such as pink sapphires, rubies and white diamonds, exuding a delectable strawberry and pomegranate-like aura. Another stunning design features pave white diamonds, black diamonds and just a light sprinkling of pink sapphires.

Stefan Hafner also offers rings inspired by the mystique of marine life. The jewels feature large, mysterious swirls resembling those found on ammonite fossils, rich white diamond pave with the swirl pattern in black diamond and just a 'peppering' of golden yellow topaz.

In its other line-up of beauties, the jeweller offers sumptuous rings richly encrusted with diamonds, rubies, amethysts and other exotic gems forming unique floral designs as centerpiece 'studs'. The fabulous collection is pure indulgence for Stefan Hafner fans and for those new to the brand's rare splendour, a true delight.

A brand that has carved a niche for itself in the global luxury market, Stefan Hafner offers creations inspired by diverse themes such as nature, 19th century art and exotic cultures. Its jewels are featured in major showrooms in the world and the brand forms part of the DIT Group, a quartet of four Italian brands, the others being Poratti, Io Si and Nouvelle Bague.

About Stefan Hafner:
Stefan Hafner was founded in 1967 in Bologna. Today the company has offices in Valenza and Bologna where its creative designers and master jewelers are based.

Many disciplines contribute to the unique style of Stefan Hafner jewellery. The team of designers with skills as diverse as architecture, theater, set, fashion, graphic design and photography are gathered under the one roof to combine expertise in traditional and modern techniques of jewellery creation.

Stefan Hafner's style can be defined as “New Classic.” It combines creative elements to create jewellery that is contemporary, with an inherent lightness in its designs. The Stefan Hafner difference is in the combination of traditional skills with a fresh and elegant approach. The outcome of this alchemy is the attainment of jewels that evoke emotions and enhance beauty.

For adhering to the highest standards in jewellery design and manufacture, Stefan Hafner has been awarded the Best Design in Diamond by the prestigious American Jewellery Awards Gala for three successive years and the Best Design in Show at the Couture Jewellery Collection in Las Vegas.

Stefan Hafner


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