Rocker spikes are troublemakers. However, their invasion of "alien" territory is not always aggressive. Bvlgari's classic Bvlgari bestseller, the B. Zero 1 spiral ring, pioneered a rocker outfit. The smooth coils of gold ribbon bristled with tiny pyramid rivets. The B. Zero 1 Rock is inspired by a vintage 1980s tubogas choker with the same spikes.
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Clash de Cartier jewelry combines classic and avant-garde, clean lines and sleek silhouettes in the right proportion. The polished gold pyramids on rings and bracelets (last year made of rose gold, this year from white) are not sharp at all. The stylized letter "T" in the form of an elongated pyramid in Tiffany rings from the new T1 collection distantly resembles rocker symbolism.
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Roberto Coin's creative talent is manifested in the fact that he has a subtle sense of time, so all his collections are super relevant. Rock & Diamonds is no exception with the motif of sharp graphic studs made of gold, diamonds and onyx.
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Frenchwoman Valerie Messica has a whole collection of Spiky: small polished pyramids are placed on the surface of chokers and bracelets, and large ones themselves serve as a ring.
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