Baselworld 2015: exclusive jewelry by Marco Biscego

Marco Biscego was obviously pleased with the debut of his new jewelry, each of which is unequivocally aimed at the richest and most demanding people.
Among his new offerings are many one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces with unusual gems that the Italian designer picked up during his travels, as well as additions to his Lunaria collection from last year, which was launched at Saks, Biccego’s largest retail partner.

Gold necklace with sapphires and aquamarine ring from the Lunaria collection ($17,350 and $4,210)

The segment of unique jewelry in the designer’s assortment also grew at the expense of jewelry made of yellow gold, Bitschego’s favorite material. Among the stones he uses are cuts of sapphires, tourmalines, tanzanites, African amethysts and many others.

One-of-a-kind earrings with African amethysts, tanzanites and diamonds ($12,800)

His beloved Paradise collection, which celebrated its 15th anniversary this year, has also been updated. The collection is full of real confetti of gold and variegated gems, and this year’s jewelry pieces added larger gems “to make the colors more striking,” as Julia Leblanc, vice president of marketing and communications at the Italian jewelry brand, explained.

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