Radiant colors and shimmering accents

Whether it's a bestseller or a premiere: Here you can see the highlights with which the exhibitors at THE SHOW shine.

Gismondi 1754

Designer Massimo Gismondi explains that the “Essenza” collection was born from the deconstruction of the classic piece of jewelry with the aim of reconstructing its essential elements to produce an elegant and timeless creation. The bangle and ring are made of rose gold with emeralds, pink sapphires and diamonds.

www.gismondi1754.com

Jörg Heinz

Refined yet simple: the precious and unique pendants, rings, earrings and interchangeable clasps of the “(e)motion” collection are enchanting thanks to their fascinating changeability. Just a delicate swipe of the fingertip across the center of the piece transforms the jewelry and reveals either a radiant natural brown diamond solitaire or a Tahitian cultured pearl. This seemingly effortless changeability is made possible by the unique and innovative “soft-touch” magnet technology inside the piece of jewelry.

www.joergheinz.de

 

Niessing

Minimalist, self-confident and timeless: punctually in time for THE SHOW in Hamburg, Niessing gives a new shape and color to time with its new “Radius 9.” Equally appropriate to adorn women and men, these puristic watches give a sensual and contemporary form to the time of our lives. The clearly styled cases play with the unique hues of the Niessing Colors and are complemented by elegant leather straps in 28 radiant colors. This raises an interesting question: What color is your time?

www.niessing.com

Richard Hans Becker

Luminous gemstones in rich colors, embedded in precious gold: pieces of jewelry from the Idar-Oberstein-based manufacturer Richard Hans Becker inspire with their intensity and classic modernity. High-quality and extravagant colored gemstones sparkle in these clear, elegant jewelry lines: for example, this unique tourmaline in a ring from the “Royal” collection with its beguiling color gradient. The company’s owners cultivate a lively passion for extraordinary colored stones, and this passion can be felt in each of the brand’s creations.

www.richard-hans-becker.de

 

Pesavento

Pesavento’s exciting collection is like a journey into the many dimensions of silver design. All lines of jewelry made by this manufacturer from Vicenza are completely different in their appearance, yet they are united by high artistic standards and a 100% recognition value. Particularly striking are the pieces from the “Polvere di Sogni” collections with their shimmering accents of enamel dust. Equally fascinating is the uniquely magical play of light on the silky and multi-strand pieces of jewelry from the “DNA” collection.

www.pesavento.com

Parmigiani Fleurier

Parmigiani Fleurier is synonymous with fine watchmaking. The Swiss manufactory expresses this with exquisite mechanical movements, exceptional yet understated dials and a distinctive case design. “Tonda GT Rose Gold Blue” embodies the values of the manufactory with its unusual color combination of blue and rose gold. An in-house, finely finished automatic movement keeps time under the dial, which is adorned with guilloche. The blue rubber strap adds an expressive modern touch. All movements are assembled and finished by hand at Parmigiani, so the manufacturing capacity is limited: “Tonda GT Rose Gold Blue” is limited to series of 150 pieces.

www.parmigiani.com

 

Ebel

Ebel is an icon of time. The hallmark of this tradition-steeped Swiss brand is the inimitable look of its “Sport Classic” watch line, which debuted in the 1970s. With its hexagonal case, distinctive screws on the bezel and an integrated bracelet with wave-shaped links, it inaugurated a new era in sporty elegance. Today, the “Sport Classic” is once again available as a modern, contemporary line that constantly undergoes further development. The “Sport Classic Lady” epitomizes this evolution with its understated bicolor case of stainless steel and gold, complemented by a dial of mother-of-pearl with diamonds.

www.ebel.com

 

Maurice Lacroix

The phrase “adventurers with style” aptly describes the “Aikon Venturer GMT” from Maurice Lacroix. This watch’s elegant attitude derives from the “Aikon” collection, which is based on one of this Swiss brand’s classics. Now this newcomer continues that success story with its aesthetic features. The new automatic watch owes its sporty appeal to its striking stainless steel case and a bezel with a 24-hour scale for the second time zone. The integrated stainless steel bracelet and the rubber wristband can be easily interchanged thanks to an “Easychange” system.

www.mauricelacroix.com