By  on May 8, 2019

LONDON — Rosh Mahtani has many compelling stories to tell.

Five years ago, the literature graduate translated her love for Dante Alighieri’s “Divine Comedy” into a jewelry collection filled with “modern heirlooms”: Gold medallions, signet rings or tear-shaped pearl earrings, each corresponding to one of Dante’s 100 poems and packaged with a modern-day manuscript to narrate the story that inspired it.

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