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Piece of the Week: Bea Bongiasca’s Floral Brooch
The designer’s colorful wares are taking the jewelry world by storm.
Few designers communicate quite the same effervescence as the Italian, Central Saint Martins-educated jewelry designer, whose work recalls shades of Pop Art or the 1980s Memphis Milano design movement.
Classic-but-modern might just be Bongiasca’s niche.
This “Piece of the Week” is a brooch after all, a category that has seen far greater popularity in the past but is experiencing something of a resurgence, on red carpets for example.
Like all of Bongiasca’s collection, this “Flower Power” brooch doesn’t take itself too seriously.
Crafted in 9-karat yellow gold and silver with lime green enamel and pear-shaped blue topaz, it’s available on the designer’s website for $719.
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