Three collections featuring the jeweler’s patented technology
A staple of Italian design, mesh jewelry—particularly in rich, polished gold—is one of those styles that feels just as good to wear as it looks. Italian jeweler Fope, a family business founded in 1929, knows that better than anyone: Its best-selling Novecento mesh design, patented by the brand in the 1970s, is still strongly featured in its collections today. And speaking of collections, some notable ones to share with you, each featuring Fope’s signature Flex’it design; the patented “roll-on” mesh jewelry is all fully flexible, featuring tiny gold springs hidden between each link.
The Solo Collection
This mesh collection—a worldwide best seller, according to Fope—features slimmer profiles than the brand’s Unica collection (a best seller in the ’90s) and adds diamond-dotted rondelles, colored stones, and a mix-and-match, major collectibility factor.
Flex’it bracelet in 18k rose and white gold with 0.5 ct. t.w. diamonds, $5,810
Flex’it bracelet in 18k white, yellow, and rose gold with diamonds, price on request
The Vendôme Collection
Fope’s gold mesh gets dressed up in the Vendôme collection, which features oval shapes and diamond-dotted square adornments, all in the same flexible, no-clasp design.
Flex’it ring in 18k rose gold with 0.38 ct. t.w. diamonds, $3,930
Vendôme collection bracelets in 18k white and rose gold with diamonds, price on request
The Eka Tiny Collection
A spin-off of Fope’s Eka collection, Eka Tiny is exactly what it sounds like: a petite, scaled-down version of the flexible chains. But, according to Fope, its simplicity lies only in its aesthetic—it took the brand’s research and development team months to create these pieces.
Eka Tiny necklaces in 18k white, yellow, and rose gold with garnet and diamonds, sold separately, price on request
Eka Tiny collection bands in 18k white, yellow, and rose gold, price on request