Jewelry Trend Fall 21: Ode to Dante

by Monday, 20 September 2021

by Antonella Reina

Blue sapphires that sway to a hypnotic beat, flaming citrines that warm the eyes… A Dantesque atmosphere dominates the style of some high jewelry pieces that take us on an imaginary journey where divine and profane intermix amid paradisiac scenes and passionate emotions, recreated through meticulous workmanship.

Monday, 20 September 2021

Akillis & Titanium: A Jewelers’s Conquest

Monday, 20 September 2021

XOX by Art&sofT: A New Phygital Partner

Better Silver: Space for Young People

by Monday, 20 September 2021

by Antonella Reina

The Italian jewelry world is experiencing a moment of recovery greater than even the best forecasts had imagined, during the lengthy "work standstill" caused by the pandemic. Highly tangible proof comes from names such as Better Silver, whose production reality well represents the sector’s entire supply chain cycle. "We buy the raw material, which, in our case, is silver and, through all the various product transformation phases - about 15 -, we achieve the finished jewel, as seen in the shop windows. Ours is a complete cycle,” explained Paolo Bettinardi. Considered a leader in the...


Blue like a Wish by Roberto Bravo

by Monday, 13 September 2021

by Antonella Reina

“Naviblue”, the latest collection generated by Roberto Bravo a global brand by the Turkish company of Italian origin, is like wearing all the mystery of a star-studded sky. In the collective imagination, a star is a positive symbol, one that has always been linked to the deepest meaning of the word ‘wish’. Perhaps that is why poets, philosophers and painters found their maximum inspiration in a starry sky. And while the appearance of stars in visual arts delves its roots into the distant past, the Turkish company adds a contemporary touch to this story with a set that is both...

Tagliamonte: Research First and Foremost

by Monday, 13 September 2021

by Lorenza Scalisi

If we were to sum up what identifies the Tagliamonte company today in one word, we would have to create a neologism. The leitmotiv that runs through the five generations of this family, originally from Torre del Greco, is, in fact, research, constantly stimulated by the desire to root out new techniques from among the folds of the past, or rather, to rediscover them and adapt them to the times and tastes of today and bring them back to life in a contemporary form. Initiating this tradition, which grew to become a veritable trademark, was grandfather Stanislao in 1943, who, from coral...

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