Pomellato unveils precious new Sabbia jewels and an all new rectangular shape. Tactile, playful, yet elegant, Sabbia’s pavé gem designs demonstrate the jewel-setting prowess of Pomellato artisans. In 2019, Pomellato plays with geometric contours in a new rectangular shape, to square up or to mix-and-match with Sabbia’s iconic circle. In two new sizes, Sabbia’s rectangle rings example Pomellato brilliance in a classic new geometry. With its soft-edge design, the new Pomellato rectangle forms an imperfect square – a designer twist on the standard figure. Pomellato’s new rings are shaped into small or large-sized rectangles, in rose-gold with monochrome palettes of white, brown or black diamond pavé.
For a more precious occasion, Sabbia’s signature irregular pavé design is also set into a masterful dégradé diamond cocktail ring, in the new shape, capturing the sparkling reflections evoked by sand under the moonlight. To pair with the ring, a new necklace dangles from the neck celebrating both of Sabbia’s circle and rectangle designs. Pomellato’s new chandelier earrings sway with sensual circles, as they reflect the unique gem-setting technique that defines the Milanese jeweler.
Since its creation, the Sabbia collection captures Pomellato’s desire to play with shimmering jewel reflections and the most essential of shapes. Glimmering with the artistry of nature, like precious sands blowing in the breeze, Sabbia is sophisticated, organic and refined. Each variously-sized pavé gem is irregularly yet very deliberately set, to capture the movement of light from every angle.
Established in Milan in 1967, Pomellato was the first brand to introduce the prêt-à-porter vision into the world of jewelry. Crafted by the hands of expert goldsmiths, Pomellato stands out for its unique design and colorful gems which through innovative stone cutting and setting techniques have come to define an unmistakable and iconic style. Pomellato is part of Kering, a global Luxury group, managing the development of a series of renowned Houses
in Fashion, Leather Goods, Jewelry, and Watches.
Pomellato has increased Fairmined gold purchases as well to create a special collection and continues to invest in the traceability of colored stones and diamonds while exploring new materials and recycling solutions. Meanwhile, it collaborates with a Milan-based goldsmith school to safeguard consistency and craftsmanship. Through initiatives and advocacy, Pomellato continues to reinforce the importance of sustainability, an Earth-conscious community, female education and career growth, and a global well-being that promotes a healthier work-life balance.