Roberto Coin

This Fine Jewelry House’s Creations Pay Tribute to Three Italian Cities—Rome, Venice and Verona

This Fine Jewelry House’s Creations Pay Tribute to Three Italian Cities—Rome, Venice and Verona

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Like painting on a canvas, Roberto Coin slabs brushstrokes of different colors, and aesthetics influenced by various cultures, nature, and people into his fine jewelry designs. Roberto Coin’s beginnings took place in the Italian city of Vicenza during 1996, when for the first time ever, a jewelry house was signed off by a small ruby that corners the inside of each piece in its Appassionata collection. Lovingly put together by Italian craftsmen, each of Coin’s jewelry creations narrates a unique story, and every story is a portal to a different world that comes to life through mastery and creativity. Defined by experimental designs and bold compositions, the jewelry house did not take long to embellish the bodies of celebrities with its creations and champion pages in renowned fashion magazines.
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Paying homage to three spots, Roberto Coin’s special collections—Love in Verona, Venetian Princess, and Roman Barocco—are all part of a thread that highlight the beauty of Italy’s most iconic cities and takes us on a tour while also solidifying their essence in the form of a timeless piece of jewelry. Take a closer look below.

Love in Verona
Love in Verona Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Love in Verona Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Love in Verona Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Verona is the Italian city of love, it is home to  the Juliet Club that has resided there since 1930, and the city that still stages the Shakespearean legacy, Romeo and Juliette. Made with three shades of gold that are worked on to create a highly glossy effect, the Love in Verona collection reintroduces the signature four-petal diamond flower that pays tribute to the architectural structure of the Arena of Verona. With each diamond individually added by hand, the collection is distinguished by its polished and satin finish, which complements its clean lines and silhouette. The collection is rich in symbols, and brightly glossed through a minimalist contemporary finish. 
Venetian Princess
Venetian Princess Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Venetian Princess Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Venetian Princess Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Recreating romance in a visual featuring motifs found in every corner of Venice, the Venetian Princess line by Roberto Coin is a mythical-inspired collection that belongs to Coin’s romantic family of Princess pieces. Polished in an intricate structure of twisted threads found in all the Princess jewels, and the Barocco collection, this woven look is produced in 3D to ensure solidity, and remains hidden only for the wearer to enjoy it. A special lining of black and white diamonds are carefully manipulated in size for this collection, and are placed by hand using a microscope, evoking the flickering lights of the street lamps in Venice as they beautifully reflect on the city’s waters.
Roman Barocco
Roman Barocco collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Roman Barocco collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Roman Barocco collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
The Roman Barocco collection is a member of the Coin’s Barocco family, which celebrates Rome as the Italian city that emperor Adrian declared as an incubator for all western culture. Distinguished by their woven gold wire technique, the pieces of this line were birthed out of the DNA of the Roman architecture. The creations come in two shapes, the first of which is inspired by theatre and Roman cupolas, and the second, which stages a light show inspired by the Baroque era, using diamonds. The collection champions an optical effect that is accentuated by sharp silhouettes and the artful play of shadows.
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Princess Flower collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Italian jewelry house Roberto Coin has been redefining exclusivity by setting itself a distinguished jewelry identity which includes championing ethical craftsmanship. Handcrafted by artisans, this brand taps into the imagination of its Italian designer, Roberto Coin, and translates it into alluring and timeless pieces.
Founded in 1996, Coin’s first collection, Appassionata, featured an unusual ruby signature that instantly marked the brand’s unique identity—one that prioritized diversity and unthematic designs. Despite the brand’s non-replicable creations, this ruby signature persisted throughout, with a story to tell about the exciting journeys that inspire every piece. Believing that a standard theme for the collection would wipe away the creativity of the designer’s input, Roberto Coin’s mission is to create pieces that empower and bring out every woman’s beauty. “It has never been my goal to be recognized through the use of my designs with similar, thematic characteristics that make them recognizable at first glance; that would have been too easy,” Coin revealed.
Roberto Coin. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Worn by several celebrities on the red carpet, Roberto Coin’s collection covers a range of bangles, necklaces, charms, and rings with occasional incorporations of precious stones and crystals like amethyst and pearls for a contemporary twist. “From the first steps that I took in this amazing field, I’ve always wanted Roberto Coin to be an eccentric entity, born in an unusual way and definitely unlike anyone else in both personality and objective,” Coin adds.
Love in Verona collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
The Love in Verona Collection was mainly inspired by the Italian city of Verona, illustrating the city’s romantic atmosphere as it stages Shakespeare’s literature Romeo and Juliette. The symbolistic collection embraces three shades of gold, repetitively mentioning the brand’s four-petal diamond flower in reflection of Arena of Verona’s architectural structure. Every diamond in the collection was individually added by hand through a microscope, with the gold polished in a  satin finish.
Belonging to the brand’s Princess collection, the Princess Flower introduces condensed assemblies of small diamonds to illustrate the signature flower in bloom. A characteristic twisted wire was used to elegantly portray a frame carrying the flower, with shades of gold and precious stones adorned throughout. Manually assembled piece by piece, every flower was created by 3D technology, with perfectly proportionate internal and external layouts.
Princess Flower collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Aiming to offer a new experience every time, the Italian jewelry house launches five new collections every year and is housed in over 1,000 boutiques located in 60 countries all around the world. “My vision is the same as when I began, a vision that guarantees a more dynamic and curious future and, above all, a future capable of surprising again and again,” Coin says.
Love in Verona collection. Photo: Courtesy of Roberto Coin
Best known for being one of the members of the Responsible Jewellery Council, Roberto Coin’s business practices meet the benchmark standard for ethical operations and mechanisms. The jewelry house also purchases its polished diamonds exclusively from ethical sources subscribed to the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme and The System of Warranties, which are international systems of certifications and warrantees that ensure the diamond’s freedom of conflict throughout its supply chain.
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