No one can make old young again like Orli can. Inspired by Herbert L. Clarke and the bandmaster era, The Carnival includes whimsical pops of color. It is an ode to Clarke’s “The Carnival of Venice,” composed for solo trumpet in 1912. Orli says, “This was a different time with a different style that seems very old now, but there was elegance in that culture on which I drew to create a stand-alone bracelet with pastel colors set in a design that makes them pop.”
Glass, bronze, steel
Orli has decided that there is no reason for any aspect of any piece of jewelry to be boring in any way. Jewelry can be a total experience, encompassing a unique look and feel and displaying beauty and interest at every angle. In fact, it was in this collection that Orli first pioneered her use of draping extensions at the backs of her necklaces. Party in the front, in the back, and on the sides, Prismatic pieces are characterized by opulent sensory appeal that rivets your visual and tactile attention with lavish, vibrant colors and an intricate incorporation of texture and surface. Ultimately, this collection reflects richness, playfulness, and rampant whimsicality.