Italian fine jewellery brand Al Coro will showcase new and expressive designs in its Neraviglia collection. The latest additions include curves and soft slopes, which allude to the feminine form in a range which is preoccupied with the mystical characteristics of femininity. Designs incorporate patented black steel which creates a striking contrast with gold and gemstones and represents the culmination of technical prowess and creative design that forms the essence of the Al Coro brand.
Hall 2.1, Stand K80
Indian jewellery house Amrapali will be presenting Lotus Legacy at Basel. The new collection has been crafted in 18 carat yellow gold, oxidised silver and embellished with rubies and polki diamonds. The Lotus flower is the houses’ logo and the national flower of India, therefore it is hugely representative of Amrapali’s DNA. The striking necklace pictured features 170.60 carats of ruby and 2.45 carats of diamond.
Hall 2.2, Stand A45
Italian fine jewellery brand Antonini will present its new Siracusa collection at Basel. Continuing to play with geometry, Antonini builds on these elements as the inspiration for the new 2016 collection. Siracusa encompasses circles, ellipses and curves which intersect to form crosses and orbits. Distinguished by the clean gold lines, each piece has been illuminated with singular rows of bright white diamonds. The highlight of the collection is a large infinity cuff (pictured).
Hall 2.2, Stand D.01
For the Maison Boucheron, animals have always formed an important part of the company’s creations and collections, each one crafted to depict the smallest of details belonging to each creature. Boucheron Couture 2016 marks the addition of larger scale designs including more animal motifs such as these 18 carat white gold, diamond and black lacquer Hirunda earrings. Other pieces include a rose gold hedgehog cuff, swan bracelets and parrot earrings.
Hall 1.1, Stand B59
Fashion jewellery brand Calvin Klein will present its Beyond collection. Inspired by planetary orbit, the new range has been designed to be sleek, smooth and streamlined. The range comprises of a choker, open bangle hoop earrings and a ring crafted in polished stainless steel to create a futuristic look.
Hall 1.0, Stand D25c
Italian gold jewellery brand Chimento will be presenting new additions to its popular collections. New pieces include fresh textures for Armillas Acqua, an Armilla Acqua Pearl offering, enhanced Bamboo styles and the introduction of Stretch Spring. The Stretch Spring range offers clear cut lines, smooth shapes, previous diamond elements and different gold colour combinations.
Hall 1.1, Stand D01
This year at Basel, Chopard will be showcasing the new collection, Happy Dreams, consisting of earrings, a necklace, a ring and a large pendant. The latter has been composed of four interlacing circles encompassing three moving diamonds which dance in the foreground, while the other circles – each set with diamonds – shine against the shimmering textured pearl background.
Hall 1.0, Stand D15
D For Diamond
Gecko’s children’s jewellery brand D for diamond will be presenting a range of whimsical jewels. Featuring new silver keepsakes, designs focus on iconic fairytales with highlights drawing inspiration from Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland. The playful collection includes pendants, bracelets, studs and watches.
Hall 2.1, Stand K91
Following the success of its Starla collection, which uses a number of small diamonds cleverly set to create the illusion of one substantial stone, Domino has expanded the range to offer four more unusual diamond shapes. Marquise, pear, cushion and oval shapes now join the initial princess and round-brilliant pieces. All can be viewed at Domino’s stand.
Hall 2.1, Stand K91
Faberge will be unveiling its latest fine jewellery egg pendants, which illustrate both exquisite craftsmanship and the finest coloured gemstones. The mosaic ruby pendant pictured features 43.82 carats of invisibly-set princess cut Mozambican rubies, crafted in 18 carat white gold with rose gold finishing. The 18 carat rose gold chain has been adorned with round Mozambican rubies and white diamonds.
Hall 1.1, Stand A13
Gecko will be showcasing its latest sub-brand within Fiorelli Jewellery, Fiorelli Gold. New for 2016, Fiorelli Gold transforms Fiorelli’s signature trend-led fashion style into fine pieces crafted from 9 carat gold. The debut collection embodies pieces adorned with precious stones such as lapis, labradorite and green onyx.
Hall 2.1, Stand K91
Renowned for a collection of innovative accessories in 925 silver, stainless steel and leather, Fred Bennett continues to offer trend-led jewels for men for SS16. Reflecting modish masculinity without pretension, the new range develops an industrial theme with pockets of graphic influences, fused together with the brand’s signature style. New pieces include collar pins, tie clips and signet rings.
Hall 2.1, Stand K91
At this year’s show Gemex will be presenting its new style engagement rings with fancy cut diamond centres and matching wedding bands. Visitors will also be able to view the company’s new easy-to-use app, designed to help maximise sales for retailers.
Hall 2.1, Stand L70
Belgian jewellery brand Gianfranco Bigli presents a cloud of colour with its collection, Mini Sweeties. Available in 35 shades, Mini Sweeties offers smooth, coloured cabochon stones crafted in 18 carat gold and adorned with diamonds.
Hall 2.1, Stand M10
Fashion-focused jewellery brand Guess will be unveiling its AW16 collections, with three micro-trends leading the way. The Neo Heritage range captures the identity of the brand, while Adventuress celebrates cutting-edge style and playful shapes. Lastly, Essential features timeless pieces with a linear design.
Hall 1.2, Stand B41
Gucci has recently incorporated a new honeybee motif into its designs, and this elegant yet potent new icon is now being released as a standalone jewellery collection called Le Marché des Merveilles. The bee ushers in a more eclectic, poetic mood, first seen during Gucci’s SS16 runway collections. Available in 18 carat yellow or pink gold, the range incorporates pendants, earrings and a ring.
Hall 1.0, Stand D49
Hans D Krieger
Fine jewellery brand Hans D Krieger will be showcasing at Basel with its latest selections of elegant jewels. Highlights include the 4.25 carat aquamarine ring adorned with white diamonds (pictured), alongside a matching 4.65 carat aquamarine pendant. The brand has also created a selection of 18 carat rose and white gold rings adorned with diamonds.
Hall 2.2, C13
At Baselworld Jewellery Theatre will be showcasing its new Lace collection, which draws on the techniques of medieval lace-making and the growing demand of this luxurious material. To create Lace, Jewellery Theatre has used unusual, light and intricate handmade patterns of gold and precious stones to represent the experience of lace weaving in jewellery.
Hall 1.1, Stand B31
For her newest collection, jewellery designer Lydia Courteille invites retailers and customers to travel to the cradle of Mankind, the mythic country where the Queen of Sheba once reigned. The Queen of Sheba is the symbol of the new range of the same name which will be available to see at this year’s Baselworld. Pieces feature green and yellow tourmalines, yellow sapphires, brown and white diamonds, tsavorites, peridots and opals.
Hall 2.1, Stand M82
Italian luxury brand Marco Bicego will be launching a brand new collection at Basel called Masai. The new range takes inspiration from tribal jewellery warn by Masai warriors, but still keeps with the signature Marco Bicego aesthetic.
Hall 1.1. Stand C01