Jewelry Design at Basel: On the Move

A classic bracelet charm by German designer Tamara Comolli brings to mind a roulette wheel. The new Dizzler line by Bucherer offers rings with moving parts that spin so effortlessly an engineer would applaud. These are some examples of jewelry's new movement. Others realized the theme of restlessness through versatility. For example, Mikimoto—a paragon of classicism—offers a new line of pearls on silk cords or leather bands that can be reconfigured and worn several ways. Lariat styles, which also suggest movement, continue to be strong in everything from gold chain to gemstones. The popularity of its sensual drop form has generated a slew of other looks, like a choker from Spanish designer Carrera y Carrera that drops several long chains for a waterfall effect. Similarly, drop earrings are important, both in sinuous forms as well as in firmer or chunkier versions that offer a more
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