A simply perfect render-vous, considering the approaching Festive Season to find the perfect gift for the loved one.
An appointment not to be missed, especially if you love earrings!
The first creation is a refined Pair of Aquamarine and Diamond Earrings (lot 56). The light of diamonds and the aquamarine’s pure colour convey a classic and subtle sense of style.
On this same theme, Margherita Burgener will offer at Adam’s Auctioneers a Pair of Diamond and Titanium Earrings (lot 58)
A very light creation, thanks to the use of titanium, that perfectly renders the naturalistic theme – a source of inspiration for the Maison’s artistic creativity.
About earrings as geometric object, here are this lovely Pair of Diamond Earrings (lot 63), which adorn and light the face up with their sparkling lines.
Last but not least, at Adam’s Auctioneers there will also be this Chalcedony and Diamond Necklace (lot 62), composed of 33 lavender chalcedony beads, interspersed with round brilliant-cut diamond rondelles.
Margherita Burgener will offer three iconic creations at Christie’s – among vintage, retro and contemporary jewels.
Next 29 November Margherita Burgener will offer refined examples of its creations at the Important Jewels auction, at Christie’s King Street, London. Three jewels that represent Margherita Burgener’s world, made of artisanality, craftsmanship and refined elegance – for Her and Him – representing the Made in Italy worldwide.
The first lot introduced to the sale is an important Rubellite and Diamond Ring(lot 25):
The rubellite’s intense colour is accentuated by a diamond ray surround, composing a delicate flower that gracefully adorns the hand. The second creation offered is a refined Emerald and Enamel Dress-Set (lot 156):
Timeless elegance, for a dress-set that distinguishes itself for colour contrasts and geometric line, in a very nice Art Deco revival.
Finally, Margherita Burgener will offer at Christie’s London Important Jewels sale a spectacular Pair of Aquamarine, Amethyst and Diamond Ear pendants (lot 195).
The beauty of these earrings resides not only in their craftsmanship and aesthetics (bold yet delicate) but also in the fact that the gem drops can be detached and changed according to one’s will and according to the occasion. Three variations in one jewel: the amethyst, the aquamarine drops or the diamond flower alone, for a more discreet look.
Sotto la direzione artistica di Davide Rampello, già ideatore del Padiglione Zero a Expo e in concomitanza con la settimana della moda, è in corso in questi giorni “MILANO XL – La Festa della Creatività Italiana”. Una di queste installazioni è “Il Salotto delle Gioie“ ambientato in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Qui è presente una selezione di gioielli originali, fatti di perle, diamanti, rubini, ori e pietre preziose legati alla gioielleria contemporanea italiana.
Fra i produttori-espositori troviamo anche il marchio MB Margherita Burgener della macugnaghese Emanuela Burgener che ha creato e propone il progetto “Nastro per la speranza” (Ribbon for Hope), dopo la sua vittoria personale contro il cancro.
Carmen Choi, the founder of private Sheung Wan jewellery boutique Galerie C, hosted an intimate dinner at Cipriani to welcome Emanuela Burgener, the founder, and designer of Italian jewellery label Margherita Burgener, to Hong Kong. The evening began with a cocktail party where guests were able to browse and try on a selection of Burgener’s jewellery. Once everyone was seated for dinner, Carmen made a brief welcoming toast and thanked everyone for their ongoing support.
More info: http://hk.asiatatler.com/events/exclusive-photos-galerie-c-private-dinner/1
Emanuela Burgener, Creative Director and CEO of Margherita Burgener, attended the event “Corporate culture, craft culture: past and present of Italian jewelry” scheduled for March 6 at “Poldi Pozzoli” Museum in Milan. Further information: http://bit.ly/2lH6gzw