Gucci unveiled an exclusive selection of stunning new pieces to its Hortus Deliciarum High Jewelry collection at the House’s Place Vendôme boutique. Hortus Deliciarum, translating to ‘Garden of Delights’ in Latin, is a collection that continuously fuses the House of Gucci’s lavish design history with one-of-a-kind stones in royal shades of rubellite, amethyst, and emerald, as well as diamond necklaces, earrings, and bracelets adorned with Roman motifs, to capture the essence of storytelling in Haute Joaillerie. Such as a diamond-encrusted geometric chain necklace is teamed with a stunning round-cut mandarin garnet pendant embellished with dainty emerald leaves.
A pair of jacket earrings in fresh and surprising shades of green and mandarin. And to complete the collection, new diamond-embellished solitaire rings shine in an array of hues that resemble the changing colors of the sky. A sculpted, white gold design mesmerizes with a hexagonal 14.7 carat tanzanite centerpiece, while three other white gold rings each present a heart-shaped gemstone in a vivid color: a 9 carat blue tourmaline, a 12.6 carat peach tourmaline, or an 11.5 carat pink tourmaline.
A yellow gold bracelet, meanwhile, showcases a diamond-embellished chevron pattern and an oval-shaped 16-carat rubellite tourmaline, offering a striking geometric interplay of straight lines and smooth curves