Dolce & Gabbana Fine Jewellery Unveils the Alphabet Collection | SENATUS



Dolce & Gabbana Fine Jewellery Unveils the Alphabet Collection
By SENATUS Magazine | 4 December 2020

The Alphabet Collection is the newest line in Dolce & Gabbana Fine Jewellery. Utilizing letters, from initials of a name, can be transformed into words and messages, with endless combinations.

The approximately 3.5 cm yellow gold pendants are illuminated by a veritable rainbow of natural gemstones such as topaz, garnet, amethyst, citrine, peridot and tourmaline: the shades of their colours, dominated by blue, green, purple, red, pink and yellow, evoke the warm atmospheres of Sicily. The multiple shapes of the crystals are also emphasized by the bezels, which alternate twisted thread processing and smooth surfaces.

The chain, also in yellow gold and wearable in different lengths, includes a teardrop pearl at the end and a small pendant DG logo, which for the very first time embellishes a Dolce & Gabbana Fine Jewellery creation.

The line is completed by matching rings, characterized by a refined rounded yellow gold band with engraved logo and a pendant letter enriched by skilfully harmonized gems.

The Alphabet Collection will be available starting from 16 November at Dolce & Gabbana boutiques, select jewellery stores and online at

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