Buccellati celebrates impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in its Art Collection line.



Inspired by Claude Monet’s Storm Off the Coast of Belle-lle, the honeycomb-like texture of these white-gold earrings evokes the churning of the sea, while more than 1,000 diamonds and 350 Paraiba tourmalines capture its frothy blue hue.



Given that flowers are a constant source of inspiration for Buccellati, it’s not surprising that the house was drawn to Pierre Bonnard’s Two Vases of Flowers, which it interprets with yellow and white diamonds in a piece that can be worn as a brooch or a pendant.



Crafted in white gold using the tulle technique, this bracelet mimics the sensual movement of waves and splashes of foam illustrated in Winslow homer’s Light Blue Sea at Prout’s Neck. its 663 brilliant-cut diamonds weigh a total of more than nine carats.


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