By Ashley Davis
Santo by Zani is a visual conversation about privacy and transparency, secrets and openness.

Designer Zani Gugelmann launched her line with pendants that can be worn closed or open to reveal a different shape, inspired by Masonic orbs from the Victorian era.

While Gugelmann has since expanded into different styles, she remains committed to the versatility of wearing her jewels in multiple ways, as well as the concept of keeping part of her design hidden or open to the world.

Like many Santo by Zani styles, this poison ring features striking enamel on 18-karat yellow gold. Lifting the opal top reveals a sweet diamond hidden inside, as seen below.

It’s available on for $2,350.

20190726 POTW SantobyZani insert

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