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Verdura Maltese Cross Cuffs for Chanel in 75th Anniversary

Duke Fulco di Verdura’s “Maltese Cross” Cuffs for Coco Chanel. They will be  featured in “The Power of Style: Verdura at 75” exhibition in NYC, opening October 14. The American jewelry house of Verdura will celebrate its 75th anniversary with a special exhibition of more than 150 pieces created by the legendary jeweler Duke Fulco di Verdura. “The Power of Style: Verdura at 75” will open October 14 and continue through December 23 at 745 Fifth Ave. in New York, a gallery next to the company’s 18k Gold Cheap Cartier Ring flagship store. Among the pieces on display will be two Verdura Maltese Cross cuffs created by di Verdura for Coco Chanel in 1930. Chanel is known to have worn the cuffs, one on each wrist, throughout her lifetime. They are considered icons in the world of fine jewelry. Di Verdura began his career working with Chanel in Paris. He moved to the U.S. in 1934, opening a boutique in Hollywood where he catered to celebrities and socialites. Ward Landrigan purchased the company in 1984, six years after di Verdura’s death. Today he is the company’s chairman and CEO. Verdura celebrates its 75th anniversary with the introduction of this rare, limited- edition “Theodora” cuff. The cuff will be made in a series of 200, sold in pairs or individually, engraved with a number and “Verdura New York, 1939,” and will be unveiled on October 7. Price: $97,500. “For thirty years it’s been my dream to share Verdura’s genius with a wider audience and bring him the recognition he deserves,” Landrigan said. “Collectors from around the world have readily agreed to lend their private treasures for three months and many have shared their reminiscences of time spent with Verdura.” In addition to dozens Cartier Ring Replica of di Verdura’s signature jewels, the New York exhibit will include ets d’art, archival materials, personal miniature paintings and rare period photographs. Designer Carolina Herrera (upper right). Verdura compacts were gifts from her husband. Photo courtesy The exhibition will be curated by fashion designer Carolina Herrera and her husband Reinaldo Herrera, longtime friends of di Verdura. Several pieces from their private collection will be on loan to the show. How to Get the Look for Less: Maltese Cross Cuff at Gale Grant Costume Jewelry, Madison Ave., NYC. Black cuff, 1 3/4 inches wide, Resin, Swarovski Crystal and Gold Plated. $395. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime jewelry event! British Rock Vault Designers at London Fashion Week–Part 2 One of the highlights of London Fashion Week (September 12-16) was the exhibit by up-and-coming jewelry designers who belong to the British Rock Vault. Curated by superstar designer Stephen Webster, and now in its fifth season, Rock Vault is an initiative by the British Fashion Council to nurture and showcase Great Britain’s developing fine jewelry talent. This season, 10 Rock Vault designers each contributed 10 pieces to London Fashion Week. Here are some of the best: Shimell and Madden Fake Cartier Ring Ring and Earrings Photo Courtesy of Vault Jewelry Designer Alice Cicolini Alice Cicolini  Returning for the second year, Alice Cicolini brought her Afghan Temple Collection, a fresh take on the craftsmanship of the Silk Route, in collaboration with miniature painting star Sughra Husseini. Cicolini combines the fine art of miniature with carved wood, 18k gold, chalcedony, lemon quartz, sapphire, carnelian, amethyst, and tourmaline. Shimell and Madden Green Prism Ring in Yellow Gold Shimell and Madden Emma Madden and Luke Shimell opened their London design studio in 2010, and their architecture-inspired jewels won Best New Design at London’s Goldsmiths’ Fair last year. New to Rock Vault, Shimell and Madden create three-dimensional minimalist jewelry “where craft, art and fashion intercept.” For them, creating a piece of jewelry is a collaborative process, drawing on Madden’s Cartier Ring Knockoff design skills and Shimell’s goldsmith experience. Beth Gilmour A graduate of the esteemed Central St Martins and the Royal College of Art, London-based designer Beth Gilmour works from a studio in Bloomsbury. Her bold and contemporary Dichroma Collection features color-changing gemstones. Gilmore has exhibited at the Goldsmiths’ Fair as well as the New York Gift Fair; this is her debut at Rock Vault. Dichorma Jewelry by Rock Vault Designer Beth Gilmour Look for Beth Gilmour, Shimell and Madden, Alice Cicolini — and their seven fellow Rock Vault designers — to be invited to the U.S. for the Couture Jewelry Show in Las Vegas this spring. Congratulations to all 10 rock stars of the British Rock Vault!

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