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Pomellato’s iconic Nudo is refreshed with vibrant new colors.

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Nudo, Pomellato’s signature design continues to stand out with its distinctive color feature. This timeless favorite is enhanced with three new rings and earrings in new gemstone combinations.

Since its first appearance, this revolutionary solitaire ring has stood out with its distinctive square silhouette and faceted asymmetrical cut offering a solid block of color. In the same pioneering spirit, the Nudo was also one of the first rings specifically designed to be stacked, making colorful personalization easy and spontaneous.

The Nudo craze continues and this season sees the arrival of three brand new stone doublet combinations. Green, purple and blue are the most popular gemstone colors in the Nudo line, and the new doublets offer variations in these tones to complete the perfect ring stack or to be worn alone.

The green hues of prasiolite come to life when placed on a slice of malachite and enlivened by a pavement of bright green tsavorite. The majestic purple amethyst is set on purple jade and associated with a pave of amethysts. The dark tones of London blue topaz are enhanced when placed over a layer of midnight blue lapis lazuli and set off by the brilliance of a pavé of blue sapphires. Rings are available in Petit and Classic sizes and earrings in Classic size.

Doublets consist of a translucent gemstone placed transparently on a hard stone to create new color effects and depth of color not possible in a single gemstone. These lush colors are enriched with a flush-set gemstone pavé on the rounded rings or earring hoops for a dazzling effect.

Each piece of jewelry is handcrafted at Casa Pomellato, the company’s Milanese headquarters and workshop. Pomellato is proud of the excellence of its craftsmen and women who perpetuate the heritage of Milanese jewelry. Committed to sustainable production, Pomellato was the first jeweler to switch to responsible gold and Nudo is now made entirely from this sustainably sourced precious metal.

With an almost limitless combination of colored gemstones, Nudo continues to entice with an ever-expanding rainbow of colors.

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