Monday, October 24, 2011

V Nunes Jewelry: Two Brothers ring

Veronica Nunes is a new jewelry artist I recently found out about. I saw her Two Brothers ring online on a fashion website and was completely smitten. Veronica is from Brazil, who now lives in NYC, and she mixes both styles into her jewelry. She creates gorgeous rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces all with their own unique shape and texture. V Nunes Two Brothers ring is based on a beautiful rocky backdrop on Ipanema Beach in Rio, the rocky peak sits just behind the beautiful Brazilian beach and ocean waves. She created a Sterling Silver and Sterling Silver with 18k Gold Plate version replica of the pretty shapes of the rock. So gorgeous and unique, I knew I had to have it! I'm a ring fiend, so I will thrilled to own my first piece of V Nunes jewelry.

The ring came beautifully packaged in a V Nunes little cardboard box, it also came with a V Nunes sticker and cardboard insert. It was wrapped delicately in tissue paper and placed on a soft white padding. The ring is gorgeous, the shape and fit of it on the finger is fantastic and I love the pretty shape even more in person than I had in the picture! I love the story behind the ring's shape, and it's definitely not the kind of ring you see in any run of the mill online jewelry shop. I feel like it's a little piece of art for my fingers. I got a size 7 and it fits wonderfully.

Veronica also just released a new Architecture collection that features jewelry in shapes that resemble building and structures in NYC. Here are a few of my favorites from the new collection:
Veronica Nunes "Build" ring
Veronica Nunes "Brick" necklace
Right you can find V Nunes on sale at her website - she has a few pairs of earrings, rings, and a necklace on sale for as low as $55-$200. Veronica also has a blog on her website that shows the design process and process of making her jewelry, pretty cool pics! You can also find V Nunes Jewelry on Twitter and Facebook.

1 comment:

Danielle said...

Unique! And being reminded of Rio every time you see it isn't such a bad thing either. Thanks for sharing this line.