Live From VicenzaOro 2016: Roberto Coin’s 5 New Jewelry Collections



There’s no rest for the weary, or for Roberto Coin, considering the Italian jewelry designer’s five new jewelry collections unveiled at the January edition of the VicenzaOro jewelry fairs. His newest works arrived just in time for the show, so specific pricing was not available for each piece shown below, nor were professional images. Still, considering how directional a brand Coin is, it behooves us to take a gander at what was available at press time and what will be trending in 2016.

Gourmette

A reinvention of a type of jewelry chain in 18k gold with retail prices ranging from €2,000 to €37,000.

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Gourmette cuff in 18k gold

Rock & Diamonds

A nod to edgier and modern design by way of tiny pyramid motifs with pieces ranging in retail price from €5,000 to €33,000.

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Rock & Diamonds bangles in 18k gold with diamonds

Carnaby Street

A trippy nod to the famous London shopping district born in the 1960s features mother of pearl, black jade, and malachite focal-point stones as well as diamonds. Pieces range in retail price from €2,500 to €9,000.

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Mod-inspired rings in 18k gold from the Carnaby Street collection

Princess Flower

As the name suggests, motifs take inspiration from flowers and über-feminine styling. Pieces range in retail price from €1,000 to €23,000.

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Femininity abounds in these 18k gold styles in the Princess Flower collection

Cheeky Monkey

The Chinese New Year—and Roberto Coin—celebrate the mischievous monkey with retail prices for this collection ranging from €5,000 to €25,000.

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Monkey rings in 18k gold with diamonds

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