By Ashley Davis
Diamond pavé and 18-karat white gold accent the edges of these 18-karat yellow gold Antonini pieces. They’re part of the brand’s new “Anniversary100” collection.
Milan—To celebrate a whopping century of design Antonini has come up with a new collection that boasts all the hallmarks of the brand.

Founded in Milan in 1919, Antonini is today spearheaded by the third generation of the namesake family, with Sergio Antonini serving as creative director.

In a statement, he said the “Anniversary100” collection was inspired specifically to highlight gold’s sheen.

Comprised of rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and pendants, Anniversary100 is a riff on the best-selling Anniversary collection, introduced to celebrate Antonini’s 90th.

20190723 Antonini insertA necklace and earring from the Anniversary100 collection, celebrating Antonini’s 100th year in business
It features similarly bold, abstract shapes with curves meant to mirror the organic lines found in nature.

Crafted in 18-karat yellow, rose and white gold, diamonds accent the collection’s undulating edges. Materials like malachite are also introduced in a small number of pieces.

Just as it was 100 years ago, the collection, and all of Antonini’s designs, are made entirely in Italy.

Priced between $2,200 and $19,600 retail, the Anniversary100 collection will be on view this September at the Vicenzaoro jewelry trade show.

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