Serti Sur Vide necklace in pink and white gold with four pear-cut diamonds.
The Repossi family reimagines jewelry design in the heart of Paris.
Serti Sur Vide bracelet in white gold with five pear-cut diamonds
Located on Paris’ Place Vendôme, Repossi (repossi.com), maison of high jewelry and fine jewelry, has been perpetuating the family’s creative heritage for three generations. Th at family jewelry tradition dates back to the origins of the brand in Turin, Italy, in 1957, where, after studying industrial design, Costantino Repossi opened his first boutique inspired by the art deco movement.
Serti Sur Vide bracelet and ring in white gold with five pear-cut diamonds
The story continues when his son Alberto set up shop in Monte Carlo at the end of the 1970s and became the official jeweler of the Monegasque crown. From the high glamour of the 1980s to the elegance of the Parisian avant-garde, the house permanently moved to Place Vendôme in 1986, where Repossi reinvented itself once again, continually offering innovative design inspiration.
Serti Sur Vide earring in white gold with three pear-cut diamonds
Renewed by the vision of Gaia Repossi, creative director since 2007, Repossi reinvents traditional jewelry codes, blending primitive jewelry with modern art and architecture for bold pieces intended to be worn as a precious second skin or as “Art à Porter.”
Serti Sur Vide earrings
Particularly renowned today, emblematic collections of rings, earrings and necklaces play on codes of the house, subtle paradoxes recognizable by their asymmetrical floating diamonds with Serti Sur Vide, Antifer with their sharp peaks and angles, or Berbere, a repetition of minimalist lines.
A stacked ear of Serti Sur Vide earrings.
Timeless creations with resolutely bold architectural lines push the limits of traditional techniques and position Repossi as one of the most avant-garde jewelry maisons on the Place Vendôme.