By  on September 21, 2017

MILAN — As it marks five decades in business, Pomellato is also celebrating the wonders of nature and the stones it generates.

The Italian jewelry firm, controlled by Kering, is reinterpreting the Ritratto collection of rings and pendants in 50 jewels celebrating the five decades. “With [creative director] Vincenzo Castaldo, we wanted to work with and renew a classic Pomellato code, opulent yet with a very minimal and immediate design, and a predominant stone, sometimes a cabochon or a faceted one, and the griffe [claw],” explained chief executive officer Sabina Belli.

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