Buccellati, the Milanese jewellery house, is renowned for its intricate goldsmithing techniques, which are used to create delicate fabric-like forms evoking tulle or silk, from engraved metal. These were updated for the house’s latest high jewellery collection. We’ve got the soft touch for this swirling honeycomb effect bracelet, designed using a Renaissance openwork technique. In a striking combination, the bracelet is crafted from vivid yellow gold, set with diamonds. Brighter still are the house’s sunset-like cocktail earrings, an example of its current experimentation with vivid tones. Its vibrant yellow diamonds and rubies are contrasted against rows of white diamonds, evoking rays of bright light and shadow.