IntoTemptation…..jewellery musings

Thoughts on jewelry, accessories and whatever else takes my fancy

Jewel of the day: Federica Rettore Necklace

I like how this necklace blends the look of Victorian mourning jewellery and Berlin ironwork pieces with a more modern sensibility.

By Federica Rettore, it is made with 18kt rose gold, steel, ebony, rice cut brown diamond, and black diamond pave. Contact the designer for pricing.

Federica Rettore necklace


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2 thoughts on “Jewel of the day: Federica Rettore Necklace

  1. I have met Federica. Her work is as charming as the lady herself. She’s marketed by a rising star in the business, Tony Goldbloom, a dear friend. If you love this piece, companion type wooden pieces, by Patricia Von Musulin, are also terrific.

  2. intotemptation on said:

    Von Musulin’s wood pieces tend to have more of a “pique” look to them with the small embedded pieces of silver and are more organic looking than this, I think. But I do love her work and have a few pieces of it (none of the wooden ones, though).

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