Roberto Coin isn’t ready to “let it go.” The Italian jeweler has created a collection in honor of animated film “Frozen 2,” which includes this snowflake pendant.
New York—The sequel to “Frozen” is hitting movie theaters this month, and Roberto Coin has designed an entire collection in celebration.

“Disney x Roberto Coin Frozen 2” features pendants, earrings, rings and bracelets all inspired by the film’s main characters: Elsa, voiced by actress and vocalist Idina Menzel in the animated films, and sister Anna, voiced by actress Kristen Bell.

White gold diamond snowflake pendants, kite-shaped amethyst and tourmaline earrings, and mismatched snowflake earrings are a tribute to Elsa, who has the power to control ice and snow.

Elsa’s sister Anna, meanwhile, is interpreted in warmer, autumnal shades representing the harvest, Roberto Coin said in a statement.

Yellow gold and varying shades of yellow and orange sapphires provide a contrast from the cool-tone Elsa-inspired pieces, loosely depicting wheat or fall leaves. Each piece is also available with diamonds.

While the collection appeals to even non-Frozen fans, one pendant and charm bracelet makes overt reference to the popular flick with charms depicting Olaf the snowman.

The collection is available now at RobertoCoin.com and select retailers, retailing between $950 and $4,400.

“Frozen 2” hits theaters this Friday, Nov. 22.





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