Alessio Boschi’s Fabulous Two-Sided Fresco Earrings

The labyrinthine hallways of India’s City Palace of Jaipur, which are ever in bloom with colorful floral frescoes dating back to the 1700s, were the inspiration for these dazzling 18k gold and gemstone danglers—dubbed the Maharajah Frescoes earrings—by Alessio Boschi. During a recent visit to the palace, the Bangkok-based designer became “incredibly inspired by that botanical encyclopedia of flowers” in the fresco designs, along with “the mathematical precision of the patterns and the endless swirls running one after another.” Mix Master The earrings were fabricated in 18k white and rose gold with 1.09 cts. t.w. pear-shape diamonds, 1.25 cts. t.w. baguette-cut diamonds, 4.79 cts. t.w. diamond accents, 4.34 cts. t.w. pear-shape emeralds, 13.86 cts. t.w. Australian opals in a mix of shapes, and 6.58 cts. t.w. lavender pear-cut spinels. Global Summit Fifteen artisans w

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