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Pasquale Bruni unfurls flower-laden merchandise in Bon Ton

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Jun '09
Pasquale Bruni, the world renowned iconic Italian jeweller, unfurls new flower-laden merchandise in its Bon Ton collection, inspired by the elite realm of high fashion. And most appropriately, the collection takes its name from the French concept of 'Bon Ton' meaning 'in high society' or 'of sophisticated manner or style.'

Exuding chic sophistication, Bon Ton's pendant chains, drop earrings and rings are designed to set you apart while taking you places in an alluring combination of flower-cut coloured stones such as green and lilac jade, as also black and white onyx, in snug white and rose gold settings further highlighted by diamond brilliance. Perfect for daily wear as well as evening adornment Bon Ton is designed to draw the spotlight on to you!

In Bon Ton, rich colours and soft, delectable shapes and forms, come together to once again prove Pasquale Bruni's acclaimed design skills and superb craftsmanship. A fact further asserted by the collection's jewels being regularly featured in leading magazines across the world. Clearly, A-listers simply cannot seem to have enough of the brand's collections!

Commenting on the collection, Pasquale Bruni, CEO of the brand, said: “Bon Ton's array of jewels is particularly suited to match the lifestyle of a modern woman who combines the demands of a high profile career with family life, and are designed to match any variety of attires as well as occasions. Rich in visual charm as well as tactile appeal, Bon Ton's central feature of 'flower-cut' stones sets it apart as one of the most unique and delightful collections of the season.”

While Bon Ton's delectable choice of colours pay tribute to high-fashion's exclusivity and taste, its finish and craftsmanship speak of perfection in cuts and silhouettes. Drawing an interesting parallel between the two worlds of fashion and flowers, the brand splendidly captures the delicate softness of plump blooms in five-petalled, perfectly facetted, coloured stones. It thereafter places each of these 'blooms' in highly polished rose or white gold settings designed to offer secure grasps.

Bruni's love for detail ensures each bloom flanked on either side by etched leaf patterns encrusted with diamond brilliants and at times by a disc of rich diamond-pave at its very heart! In Bon Ton, warm, blushing tones of rose gold settings team with soft pastel hues of green or lilac jade or with the intensity of black onyx to offer a dazzling array of necklaces composed of double-chains swinging single-bloom pendants, that are simply perfect for an evening gown! To this, Bruni adds a final touch by decorating the chains at equidistant points with tiny floral motifs.

Women can match the above piece by selecting from Bon Ton's highly attractive array of rings designed to be in sync with its colour code. Or for a different look, one can also opt from its multi-hued array. It beckons further temptation in the form of its delightful drop-earrings dangling 'soft' blooms on small gold links sprinkled tastefully with diamonds. The collection's most glamorous piece showcases an entirely diamond-paved, five-petalled bloom as ring.


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