Niessing Solaris

Sunset in gold

Innovation in Gold

Niessing Solaris is the manufactory’s latest innovation in gold alloys. The color flows smoothly from warm red to soft peachy shades to bright sunny yellow, permeating the entire material, solid gold through and through.

Power of the sun

The name Solaris pinpoints the two most important features of the innovation: rich gold and the glowing power of the sun.

A fresh alloy

Niessing once again reinvented gold, this time resulting in Solaris. We now look back on more than 35 years of expertise in creating flowing colors transitions with gold. The exact manufacturing processes for Solaris remain our secret.

A stunning, splendid sundown

Red gold and yellow gold are well-known colors. The color flow from red to yellow, however, is absolutely new. Red and yellow— do they go together? A mere glance at the sun will reveal that the color flow from red to yellow is both deeply natural and powerfully expressive. Solaris merges energy with emotion and casts the stunning color blaze of a sunset into this gold.

Imprints of the sun

A blazing glow, warmth, and fire: Solaris gives rise to numerous associations. The harmony of red and yellow creates an intense power, Solaris touches the soul. Feel the temptation to turn the jewelry around and around and hold it to the light. It is an invitation to touch, feel, understand. A deep fascination, a primordial and very pure attraction lies in this gold: the sun itself has imprinted its powerful glow onto Solaris.

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