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Beauty of dewdrops inspire Stefan Hafner to create Rugiada
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Apr '09
Stefan Hafner, the Italian jewellery house of extraordinary caliber presents its ravishing Rugiada collection inspired by the effervescent, transient beauty of dewdrops. Blending gleaming 18k white gold settings with the intense, pure brilliance of white diamonds, Hafner unveils bewitching necklaces, grand chandelier earrings and rings, as winsome options for red carpet glory.

Light, elaborate and flexible, Rugiada (Italian for dewdrop) jewels are highlighted by astonishing detail as the distinguishing hallmarks of the acclaimed Italian brand in a collection capturing forever, one of nature's most priceless and precious sights – dewdrops in a meadow - as charming feminine adornment.

“Stefan Hafner is a brand whose creations have rightly been acclaimed as 'jewels of joy.' Its new Rugiada collection is in perfect sync with this vision and proves that creativity can find inspiration in the most unlikely places. In it, the Italian brand fuses intrinsic detail with precious materials of the finest kind to present women stunning jewels” said Tawhid Abdullah, Managing Director, Damas Jewellery.

And the award-winning brand's new collection is truly 'craftsmanship in the service of beauty' where innovation and imagery blend seamlessly. Hafner accesses the marvelous imagery of dewdrops in white gold, net-like settings in which each 'knot' is a diamond that performs the twin functions of being both decorative and structural. This glittering 'fabric' is then transformed into stunning necklaces to grace the décolletage of its lucky wearer, as a jewel that's fit for a bride!

In Hafner's creations, volumes defy gravity and empty spaces partner solid settings to allow the diamonds to float almost freely. It is this incorporation of movement that lends its jewellery collections a flexible grace that has won women over.

Hafner then assembles his 'dewdrops' to create a striking pair of chandelier earrings oozing coy, sensual beauty. They drop away from interesting claw-shaped studs in the form of an elongated, V shaped design that dangles a pear-shaped diamond and offer themselves as acutely feminine jewels. Rugiada's attractive ring on the other hand, is made up of three moving parts which accompany and emphasise the movement of the hand in a piece that makes for effortless wearing as well as enchantment.

Founded in 1967 in Bologna, Italy, Stefan Hafner is a brand backed by four decades of outstanding design excellence that has seen it win numerous awards such as the American Jewellery Awards Gala and the Couture Design Collection Las Vegas.

Hafner credits the success of his design house to its team of talented designers with diverse skills in varied fields such as architecture, fashion, photography and graphic design united by a common passion for creativity, combined with the expertise of traditionally schooled goldsmiths and other artisans.

Its other well known collections include Monet offering rivetting rings inspired by the Claude Monet's water lilies and Chic Chic combining diamonds, pearls and white gold.

Discover Stefan Hafner's new Rugiada collection now available at the Stefan Hafner Boutique at BurJuman Centre and at select Damas Les Exclusive Boutiques in Dubai.

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