Barakà’s 316L Collection of stainless steel jewelry is inspired by the architecture of the Chrysler Building in Manhattan, specifically its antenna spire, that made the building the tallest skyscraper in the world in 1930.
The exact same material that was used for the spire is used in this collection: 316L steel, which makes this jewelry highly resistant to corrosion and enhances its shine. For every single jewel there are over 100 braided steel cables, which create unique shiny finishings and high resistance to strain. All jewels are enriched by black or white diamonds handset in gold or refined steel elements.
The history of the Chrysler Building in Manhattan dates back to the early days of the fortune of Walter Percy Chrysler, who started as an apprentice machinist at the Union Pacific Railroad and gradually became one of the most famous automobile manufacturers in the world.
Chrysler dreamed of a building that represented not only the headquarters of his company, but also a symbol of the city. And so the design and construction of the tallest building in the city and in the world began.
Barakà’s 316L Collection wants to enhance the sophisticated engineering and architectural research of the Chrysler Building through a complex and exclusive design together with skilled artisanal traditions, all made in Italy.
Barakà, born in the 1960s, is today an established brand of luxury jewelry for men with a high technical and engineering content. Each collection finds inspiration in architectural elements, joints and movements that are skillfully combined with precious materials, thanks to the avant-garde production and artisanship of master goldsmiths who make each piece by hand. For more information visit baraka.it/en, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit them at the JCK Vegas Show, The Bridge booth 11123.