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Trend Jewelry Preview F/W 2023-24: The Return of Brooches

by Monday, 29 May 2023

by Antonella Reina

Le vian Diamonds in a delicate shade of vanilla and a more intense chocolate illuminate a design with a sophisticated imperial style.  Retrouvaí A one-of-a-kind piece flaunting a gold peacock, multi-colored sapphires and hand-cut lapis lazuli on a large pink tourmaline.  Thelma West A brooch designed to celebrate the full force of diamonds perfectly distributed in a sunburst structure that fully radiates the light.

Monday, 29 May 2023

Made in Italy Flies to Singapore

Monday, 22 May 2023

The Digital Jewelry Week Debut

GemGenève: New Designers and Culture

by Monday, 22 May 2023

by Antonella Reina

Rare gems, passionately designed jewelry and culture: this was the winning combination at the latest edition of GemGenève, which ended in Geneva at the Palexpo on 14th May. The official closing bulletin reports «1,400 of the 4,320 visitors attended the show more than once, bringing the total number of visits to 6,487, over a thousand more than the November 2022 edition (5,205). These figures are an excellent sign, especially in light of the continuing impact of the crisis in Ukraine.» The event featured 192 professional dealers out of a total of 230 exhibitors - the highest number ever...

The Magic Time by Anna Maccieri Rossi

by Monday, 22 May 2023

by Antonella Reina

Forget the idea of a watch as a useful instrument for marking the rhythm of your commitments and start contemplating the intrinsic value of its perpetual movement. Only then can you enter the world of Anna Maccieri Rossi, a magical place in which items of jewelry are communicative amulets and time takes on a new meaning. A fervidly creative and prolific designer, Anna inaugurates spring 2023 with a series of new entries that embody her vision of sentimental and dreamy jewelry, aimed at restoring a contemplative look at time and celebrating “the art of lingering” over passing moments to...

Buccellati and Scuola Orafa Ambrosiana: A Precious Collaboration

by Monday, 15 May 2023

by VO+ Magazine

Two Milanese excellences in the world of jewelry united in the quest to build the future in a project-oriented way by promoting the “hand-crafted” know-how typical of Made in Italy among the new generations: Scuola Orafa Ambrosiana, a point of reference for professional training through practical workshop courses in the art of goldsmithing techniques, has launched an articulated master’s program - 130 hours in goldsmithing, chiseling, engraving, microscope mounting -, supported by Buccellati, the high jewelry company and part of the Richemont group, which every semester will offer the...

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