This much-honored jeweler is the matriarch of the Poblano family of extraordinary artists – even though her youthfulness hardly deserves the title. From her father, the late Leo Poblano, she absorbed impeccable technique and an adventurous esthetic. Highly reputed internationally – and included in museum collections and reference books nationwide – her work is on the cutting edge of contemporary.
This fascinating necklace just slips around the neck, embracing it lightly but securely. The sinuous lines are echoed in the round and oval stones. The whole piece has a delicate, almost lyrical, femininity, and a witty playfulness, recognizable in all Veronica’s work. It is ingenious indesign, and flawless in execution, by hand.
Light as a feather to wear, dramatic as its palette of black and silver, this insouciant but understated necklace looks as chic with a a white shirt or a turtleneck, as it is dramatic in the evening.