21 Years of Shaun Leane in a Book

by Monday, 26 October 2020

by Antonella Reina

Creating something new and precious with an eternal flavor has always been Shaun Leane’s dream since he launched his homonymous brand in London in 1999. Twenty-one years later, a book testifies and celebrates the company’s success: 320 pages of undisciplined beauty that, through the words of three exceptional authors - Joanna Hardy, Claire Wilcox and Vivienne Becker – as well as Shaun himself, tell the story of a tenacious artisan ability and the courage to go beyond the standards of classic jewelry to create something new.   A book to celebrate the 21st anniversary of the...

Monday, 26 October 2020

Paola Vilas: Dreaming is a Discipline

Monday, 19 October 2020

Chimento and the First Multi-Measurement Ring

Chrysoprase: Understated Green

by Monday, 26 October 2020

by Antonella Reina

Making use of the natural beauty of hard stones, often custodians of a spiritual value, is the latest frontier for those designers who love to add a touch of sophistication to their most precious creations. That’s how chrysoprase, one of the most beautiful varieties of chalcedony featuring bewitching shades of apple green, has become a key player with an unprecedented allure.


Adornment Gallery Presents Human Space Identity

by Monday, 19 October 2020

by VO+ Magazine

The exhibition Human Space Identity, organized by the Venetian gallery A/dornment, opened last Friday, October 16 and will remain open until October 31 in Paris at the Galerie Sophie...etc! The exhibition Human Space Identity, organized by the Venetian gallery A/dornment, aims to question the concepts of belonging and identity, existential, social and liminal. The exhibition will stage the different visions and interpretations of the multiple and iridescent relationship between space and identity, declined in various forms and languages. Four Italian designers are involved, Laura Forte,...

Give Me a Hand

by Monday, 28 September 2020

by Antonella Reina

In the figurative language of jewelry, hands have a long story. Already common in Ancient Rome and then rendered famous firstly in the Georgian and then in the Victorian Ages, they are now back to donate their symbolic value to jewelry with extremely refined details. Pendants, rings and earrings become precious amulets, bearers of strength, love and loyalty.

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