From Baselworld 2015: Mattioli’s Period-Inspired Les Époques Collection of Rings

Mattioli took Baselworld 2015 visitors on a walk down a historical lane with its new Les Époques collection of period-inspired rings. Just three SKUs exist, each one nodding to a particular decade and its unique aesthetic. A 1920s-inspired style made in yellow gold features a massive aquamarine with Art Nouveau–like swirl motifs on the basket for $7,500: a 1940s-inspired ring in rose gold with linear effects on the mounting holds a robust cut of rhodolite garnet for $6,700; and a 1960s-inspired piece in rose gold has a groovy candy-color look with lilac, pale blue, and black enamel and a morganite center for $6,600. Each is sold separately and at press time was still available for purchase.

Mattioli's 1960s-inspired ring from its Les Epoques collection debuted at Baselworld 2015

1960s-inspired ring in 18k rose gold with enamel and a morganite center, $6,600

Mattioli's 1940s-inspired ring from its Les Epoques collection debuted at Baselworld 2015

1940s-inspired ring in 18k rose gold with a rhodolite garnet, $6,700

Mattioli's 1920s-inspired ring from its Les Epoques collection debuted at Baselworld 2015

1920s-inspired ring in 18k yellow gold with an aquamarine, $7,500

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