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By Chris | August 22 2013
Inspired by two of his previous collections, Eden and Bonadea, it features sensual sculptural jewelry, an ode to Carrera’s beginnings as a sculptor. Hand-crafted in the renowned Carrera y Carrera factory in Madrid, the pieces are first hand-drawn before being made into a wax mold and then finally into the end gold pieces.
The collection features seven models: two rings and five pendants in a matte-gloss finish with 150 pieces available per style (all with serial number).
The pendant with half body of a woman is the icon and masterpiece of the collection, embodying sensuality without provocation.
The rings, featuring a man and a woman in a loving embrace, are perfect for those wanting to symbolize their union and commitment.
The hand pendant is an ode to Manuel Carrera’s past Bonadea collection, featuring a mini-sculptural hand. The diamond cuff is also a glimpse into the new Tesoros del Imperio collection, which is inspired by the Spanish Renaissance.
As for the style, this collection is very feminine and elegant for the passionate and daring woman who wants to show off strong pieces.
Speaking about the innovative new designs, Manuel Carrera explains: “The inspiration for the collection is nothing more than the evolution of my own style over time. I am true to my essence.”