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The Gothic period produced prodigious cathedrals full of light and height, characterized by spaces that aimed to bring the symbolic values of the period in an experiential and almost palpable way. Light was understood as the sublimation of divinity and the artists of the time considered it as the noblest element of natural phenomenon, the closest approximation to the purest form. Composed by three pieces -Two pairs of earrings and a brooch- The Garland Style has been taken through the characteristics raggiera and lace techniques of the Maison, accompanying the pieces around the concepts of symmetry and repetition of the rose windows as well as the concept of the importance of introducing light inside the buildings and how significant this fact was. The use of opals give the sense of the effect of light refraction inside the Duomo and the diamonds are points of light that enhance that Milanese style, as the late gothic it represents, is much closer to the renaissance, and so is humanism and a new way of thinking.