Pomellato jewelry

Pomellato stands for the upmarket, Italian style of jewellery like hardly any other brand. Sparkling gemstones with real handwork embedded in high-quality gold provide for unique creations that inspire every woman.

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Pomellato: An Explosion of Shapes and Colors

What happens when jewelry meets strong, independent women? The answer is Pomellato. Each of their pieces is an explosion of colors, shapes, and creativity. No other brand does it quite like this Italian jewelry maker. Join us on a colorful journey through the Pomellato collection!

What's special about Pomellato jewelry?

•       Translating emotions into color

•       Designed for strong women

•       Use of rare precious gemstones

•       Rings you can combine

•       Unconventional, valuable pieces

Pomellato: A Colorful Treasure Chest

It only takes a single glance at a piece of Pomellato jewelry to know what this company is about: exuberance. Their designers put great care into every last detail.

This maison is known for incorporating a wide variety of gemstones into its colorful designs. They scour the globe to find precious gems, traveling far and wide to places like Africa and Brazil. The names of these stones are equally exciting, such as "London blue topaz."

Exclusive Art Made Lovingly by Hand

In an age of mass production, Pomellato's handmade treasures stand out from the crowd. The painstaking work their designers and goldsmiths put into the top collections makes every piece all the more iconic, colorful, and unconventional. Days, or even weeks, are spent crafting each of these one-of-a-kind rings, necklaces, and more.

At the same time, the company never shies away from innovation or creativity. In fact, these two values permeate the entire production process.

Iconic Jewelry for Confident Women

Pomellato has been reaching out to strong, independent women since day one. Today you'll find their jewelry adorning the likes of the enchanting Tilda Swinton and the extraordinary Salma Hayek.

What do Chiara Ferragni, Anh Duong, Caroline Corbetta, and Helen Nonini all have in common? They're all confident women who have been the face of a Pomellato collection.

Pomellato Rings: More is More!

Did you know you can wear up to three rings on one finger? For example, the Classic combines beautifully with the Petit and Maxi. This means you can mix and match colors and styles to your heart's desire!

Pomellato rings love company and are happy to stack one on top of the other. This is especially true of Nudo rings thanks to their variety of sizes.

Pomellato Nudo: Down to the Essentials

The Italian word nudo translates to "naked, nude" in English – a fitting name for this collection's rings. The centerpiece of each ring is a large, almost square gemstone. Their distinctive facets make these pieces unmistakeable.

These rings are the perfect companion for any occasion. It's no wonder they're so popular! Their beauty is truly timeless: Nudo rings are a partner for life.

What Nudo styles are there?

•       Petit

•       Classic

•       Maxi

•       Assoluto

•       Night & Day

•       Nudo with Diamonds

•       Solitaire

•       Pendant

A Wide Variety of Nudo Rings

There's no standard Nudo ring. Each sets itself apart in three different ways:

 

•      They come in almost all of the aforementioned styles

•      You can choose from four stone sizes: Petit, Classic, Maxi, and Assoluto

•      They're available in a vast array of colors, ranging from cool blue to lively orange

 

Pomellato Capri: Inspired by the Sea

One of this storied company's most famous collections is called "Capri." This name comes from the eponymous island in the Gulf of Naples. This dot of land is renowned for its natural beauty: Powerful volcanoes brush up against crystal-clear water and Mediterranean vegetation. Capri is the premier vacation destination for many Italians.

Pomellato has taken the island's unique and diverse features and translated them into a collection of jewelry. Large, chunky stones rise like volcanoes on flat terrain. Smaller accents peek out around the main stone, representing Capri's Mediterranean landscape. What may seem like chaos at first reveals its perfect harmony and fine detail upon second glance.

The designers have chosen the following tones:

•       Turquoise

•       White

•       Black

•       Green

•       Purple

The History of this Italian Jewelry-Making Titan

Founded in the Italian fashion capital, Milan, Pomellato quickly rose to international prominence. They have belonged to the conglomerate Kering since 2013. Kering also owns famous brands like Gucci and Boucheron.

Pino Rabolini, the heir of a goldsmithing family, established Pomellato in 1967. Since then, the company has been making waves with their highly creative designs while still following time-tested traditions. This interplay between tradition and innovation has resulted in breathtaking creations, such as the Pomellato Sabbia with its diamond-encrusted surfaces designed to resemble sand.

Fans of the maison cherish it not only for its colorful diamonds, but also for its rare (semi)precious stones from far-flung lands.

Pomellato pays homage to confident woman with their powerful and elegant rings, dynamic link necklaces, and colorful designs.

How much does Pomellato jewelry cost?

The price range for Pomellato jewelry is as diverse as the materials they use. Prices begin around $300 for silver jewelry and $750 for rose gold pieces with synthetic gems.

Most pieces, including those in various shades of gold, fall between $1,000 and $13,000. However, you'll need at least $175,000 or more to purchase a piece like the diamond-encrusted Tango necklace.

This Italian jewelry maker offers something for every budget. Prices largely depend on the precious metal used. If you're on the market for high-end jewelry, Pomellato has plenty to choose from! Here, you also have to figure the gemstones and their weight into the price.

Pomellato tends to make their innovative pieces out of yellow, white, or a unique rose gold. Of course, they're also fond of mixing materials. Silver or ceramic jewelry is also available. What's more, you'll find some iconic treasures studded with synthetic gemstones.

Popular Pieces and Their Prices

 Collection  Price (approx.)  Type of Jewelry
 Nudo

 $1,500-5,500+ 

 Ring
 Capri  $1,100-4,600+   Ring
 Sabbia  $1,300-5,500   Ring
 M'ama non  m'ama  $1,200-2,900   Ring
 Ritratto  $4,100-11,500   Ring
 Arabesque  $3,300-10,000+   Ring
 Tango  $12,500-24,000+   Ring

Buying Pre-Owned Pomellato Jewelry: Is it worth it?

On our online marketplace, you'll find rare second-hand treasures at interesting prices that are just as valuable as new pieces. These lower prices mean you can purchase more than one Pomellato creation to mix and match!

Ready to treat yourself to something sparkly? Create a wish list to collect your favorite pieces and inquire about them when and where you want.

Our tip: Collect several Pomellato pieces so you can enjoy their beauty in combination!

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