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The traditional world of Italian jewellery turns a new page with younger styles

by 18 April 2016

It is no secret that most Italian jewellery maisons have been passed down through the generations in the family. What distinguishes Italian jewellery most of all is perhaps its gold craftsmanship that is both sound and intricate. For those who have reservations about Italian jewellery designs that tend to be more classic, new collections featuring more contemporary shapes and minimal lines will without doubt change your perception, particularly of several brands that have been around for a long time. Now is the time to rediscover them.

Image © Sicis

For over 25 years, Italian mosaic manufacturer Sicis has gone far beyond interiors to create innovative jewellery pieces that takes this ancient art right into the next millennium... continue reading

Image © Roberto Coin

Founded nearly 40 years ago in the heartland of Italian goldsmith tradition, Roberto Coin stands out with award-winning craftsmanship. The Pois Moi collection is a celebration of gold’s diversity – in white, yellow, and, pictured here, pink gold... continue reading

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This 32-year-young Milanese jewellery brand par excellence offers over 50 collections, all distinguished by their harmonious proportions and fluid lines. Again, gold is the magic word here as Vhernier works this precious material into every imaginable shape, and the Freccia collection is a great example... continue reading

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Scavia jewellery New Amazing Ring collection, with its simple yet sinuous lines and brilliant gems, might come as a surprise to those who are already familiar with this Milanese jewellery maison, established in 1911, now headed by Fulvio Maria Scavia, the third generation of the founding family... continue reading