The Essence of Rigid Jewelry

Crafted with precision, the jewelry designs of Deborah Pagani, DOSISG6C, KatKim exude an exquisite balance of rigidity and refinement. Each piece boasts a contemporary allure, marked by gentle yet distinct lines, epitomizing sophistication at its finest

Victorian Gentility


Serpent headband, made of stainless steel and IP plating weighing at 7.4 grams, Serpent collection, Deborah Pagani.

One of the first to turn a hair accessory into jewelry, Deborah Pagani has recently added a series of Victorian- inspired pieces to her Hair Object collection. An old-fashioned romanticism creeps into the rigid yet gentile design of hairpins, elastic bands with metal details that double as cuffs and clips, and sinuous headbands. Like the Serpent headband, a charming jewel for the head, featuring two wavy lines that meet in the center to form a decorative crossover.


Ocean Drop 


Yellow and white gold “111.19g per dose” necklace with aquamarine and diamonds, DOSISG6C

DOSISG6C, the up-and-coming brand, continues to pursue its experimental approach that combines endangered manufacturing techniques, visionary thinking and enormous respect for our planet. The rigid necklace, made of white and yellow gold with a central pendant, is an extraordinary piece of jewelry that embodies the beauty and mystery of the ocean. It is embellished with an aquamarine in the shape of an ocean drop, supported by a white and yellow gold fishing knot, a symbol of the art and craft of fishing that adds a unique touch to this veritable work of art.


Refined Balances


Gold and diamond Mono Half Pavé and Mono Pavé bracelets, Crescendo collection, KatKim.

"A harmony of tapered lines and floating diamonds", is how Katherine Kim describes her Crescendo collection. The designer of the eponymous brand KatKim is presenting a timeless collection that elevates fine jewelry to an art form. It includes the sophisticated Mono Half and Mono Pavé rigid bracelets, characterized by a minimalist yet surprising design: they encircle the wrist in a game of unexpected lines where the warm light of gold alternates with the more glacial light of diamonds to create a dynamic aesthetic balance.


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