By Ashley Davis
These large, open pyramid cuffs in 18-karat rose and white gold with diamonds are new additions to Roberto Coin’s Sauvage Privé collection, originally launched in 2017.
Vicenza, Italy--Roberto Coin presented tons of new additions to existing collections at the Vicenzaoro trade show, which concluded this week.

At the forefront of the brand’s new offerings were expansions to the Sauvage Privé collection, introduced in 2017 and representative of a “woman of the future,” the brand said.

Shown in 18-karat rose and white gold, the bold, architectural styles encompassed open cuffs, large cocktail rings, open rings and ultra-wearable huggie hoop earrings. 

20180125 RobertoCoin insertBold 18-karat rose gold cocktail rings with black jade, white jade and diamond accents

Black jade and malachite served as bold accents, but still kept the color palette neutral.

White diamonds adorned every design shown, whether as just a hint of sparkle or as the star of show-stopping fully pavé pieces.

Sauvage Privé currently retails for $2,500 to $39,500 at Saks Fifth Avenue stores and independent retailers across the United States, and a representative for Roberto Coin estimated that the new pieces, likely to be in stores next fall, to fall in the same price range.

Roberto Coin also showed extensions to its Classique Parisienne, Roman Barocco, Pois Moi and Colored Treasures lines at the Italian trade show.

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