By Brecken Branstrator
Dubai--Florence-based Annamaria Cammilli has created a unique style of jewelry, using a special finish to enhance the forms of the jewelry and a special glossy-matte effect that gives them added texture and depth.

This ring from the Camelia collection, which is new for 2015, features 18-karat white and natural gold with multi-color diamonds in the center.All of the brand’s creative designs are inspired by one of four elements: sky, flora, water and earth. This lead to four concepts that flow throughout all of the pieces--flowers, essential, vision and color stone.

Cammilli’s jewelry reflect nature’s inspiration through unexpected gold colors and effects. The brand offers collections in six different colors of gold--white, black, yellow, natural, orange and pink--all made from special alloys that come from more than 30 years of experience.

The brand launched several new collections in 2015, including Lovely, Camelia, Cupid, and Daisy, focusing on “sophisticated effects on simply-shaped gold surfaces,” according to the brand-- soft gold tones with diamond borders.

At Fiera di Vicenza’s newly launched Vicenzaoro Dubai show, which opened Thursday at the Dubai World Trade Center, Cammilli displayed a number of these new collections, as well as several new additions to existing lines.

Though the brand is present in a few doors in the United States, most of their business is done in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

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