Precious Pages

The latest books offer many interesting stories that are different and fascinating with a single, precious theme


  • dauphin by paolo roversi

    dauphin by paolo roversi

  • dauphin by paolo roversi

    dauphin by paolo roversi

  • dauphin by paolo roversi

    dauphin by paolo roversi

From the brand Dauphin to the store windows of Tiffany & Co. to then go back in time with the vintage pieces of Joseph Saidian & Son. The curious human figures at the MAD in Paris to a piece on the evolution of jewelry. Everything in all these “precious pages”.



DAUPHIN by Paolo Roversi

MaisonDauphinBook

The firrst “art book” by Dauphin: a perfect creative dialogue between the world of ne jewelry and the exceptional work of Paolo Roversi.

 

THE HISTORY OF JEWELRY 
by Caroline Childers - Joseph Saidian & Son - Rizzoli USA

TheHistoryOfJewelry

Learning about the stories behind the vintage jewels in the Joseph Saidian’s boutique.

 

WINDOWS AT TIFFANY by Assouline

TiffanyCover

A special oversized book which has been hand bound. This book has more than 150 illustrations.

 

Figures & Faces The Art of Jewelry
by Patrick Mauriès and Évelyne Possémé - Thames and Hudson

FiguresFacesBook

A series of jewels from the MAD in Paris featuring the human form.

 

Gioielli - dall’Art Nouveau al 3D Printing
by Alba Cappellieri - SKIRA Editore

Gioielli cover

A book that takes the reader on a journey into the history of jewelry from the beginning of the twentieth century up through today.


  • windows at tiffany

    windows at tiffany

  • windows at tiffany

    windows at tiffany

  • figures & faces the art of jewelry

    figures & faces the art of jewelry

  • figures & faces the art of jewelry

    figures & faces the art of jewelry

  • the history of jewelry

    the history of jewelry

  • the history of jewelry

    the history of jewelry

  • Gioielli - dall’Art Nouveau al 3D Printing

    Gioielli - dall’Art Nouveau al 3D Printing

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