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    As he did for his previous collections, the Italian jewelry designer Roberto Demeglio (www.robertodemeglio.com) experimented with unusual materials and unconventional techniques to create his latest pieces. The designs are bold and surprisingly light and wearable. Among the new pieces—priced from $1,500 to $300,000—are the striking diamond-accented Domino bracelets. Their smooth, black-and-white ceramic shapes are fastened with a stainless-steel stretch coil.

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