The 2 diamond pendants here, which bring to mind brooches used by women of the court, can be removed to adorn a pair of earrings.
What's the significance of the pomegranate? In the Renaissance, the fruit was offered as a wedding gift, representing prosperity. Because of its meaning, the motif also decorated costumes during that time.
Clearly inspired by that balcony scene, when Romeo and Juliet make their declaration of love. Except here, lush ivy drapes from a diamond-studded balcony.
As its name suggests, the showpiece is inspired by the blue Maiolica ceramics of the Italian Renaissance - with the start stone here weighing over 42 carats. The double row of diamonds is meant to recall feminine ribbons.
The 2 pear-shaped aquamarines, weighing over 100 carats, were chosen to mirror the blue of the fountains of Verona. The city, after all, was home to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. All of the precious stones have been placed to create the effect of the sparkling water of the fountain.