Brillanza Jewellery | Huub Boekhorst Jewellery Design

Colonia Di Coralli

Colonia Di Coralli is a collection designed and produced by Huub Boekhorst, under his brand Brillanza Jewellery. This high-end Jewellery collection is inspired by corals and marine life, with the bespoke necklace: Gradini Blue (Blue Steps) as centre piece of his work. In his work Huub combines traditional craftsmanship, 3D Computer Aided Design and printing technologies. His work captures marine life through colour and shape, to create bespoke and fine jewellery. This new collection is a mixture of modern an traditional craftsmanship and design, the designs are all produced to the highest standards in (semi) precious materials. All products are available, for any information about prices, delivery and order please fill in the contact sheet and we get back in touch as soon as possible. To guarantee the highest quality and customer satisfaction, we always try to find a moment of personal contact between customer and designer to talk about all aspects of the products.

The bespoke necklace; Gradini blue is the centre piece and produced in silver with synthetic spinel, sapphires, CZ and 9K yellow gold jump rings. Different joints are created with the help of laser technology and give the piece comfortable movability and positioning on the chest.

The pave pendant is produced in silver, synthetic spinel, sapphires, CZ and comes on a snake-chain. Both rings are produced in 14K Yellow gold with Tahitian pearl, and the pave set ring contains 14 gradient blue sapphires. The hook earrings are produced in 18K yellow gold with white pearls and 9K white gold with black/violet pearls. The earring studs produced in14K white gold, each stud has a pear sapphire of 0.5CT with an additional 9 sapphires in brilliant cut.







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Close-up photos from the Colonia Di Coralli collection.

Close-up photos from the Colonia Di Coralli collection.