This morning we are in Milan, at the Poldi Pezzoli Museum exactly, where art and innovative techniques in gold making spring out in one of the most exclusive exhibitions in the field of Made in Italy jewelry and gem making.
Among the names of the firms there, we can count the following ones:
Mimì Broggian makes with absolute skill a texture in golden threads always dreamt by Kings and Queens. An innovative, patented product, made in a real 24 carat gold yarn, nice to touch, resistant and easy to work. Thanks to the goldsmith’s mastery in Valenza and the ability in making the woof in Biella, we get a perfect union between the art of texture and the art of jewellery.
- CESARI&RINALDI GEMMAI
Men live on beauty. Why not surrounding us with rare gems coming from nature and worked by the skilled hands of the cutting Masters Cesari&Rinaldi? Jo Frascali elaborated a real three-dimensional study for Cesari&Rinaldi Gemmai, creating a unique piece of high jewellery putting together the 3-D prototype and the old art of cutting gems.
- CHANTECLER CAPRI
A reinterpretation of the Mediterranean cuisine, based on oranges and lemons, for the ‘parure’ by Chantecler Capri. Vermeil and enamel ‘cattedrale’ are the ingredients used to make this collection.
The firm presents its new collection Solo/MiaLuce, showed at Baselworld 2015. Bracelet, ring and necklace of a classic design, made through the Flex’it technology, making the bracelet flexible as you move.
Diamonds and white gold for the Cornerstones collection by Forevermark. As a symbol of love, each jewel has got a unique Forevermark diamond at its core.
- ENZO LIVERINO 1984
He proposes one of his most renowned collections: a necklace made in about twenty years thanks to a continuous collection of the most exclusive coral: the Corallum Japonicum.
- VENDORAFA LOMBARDI
It exhibits at the Pezzoli Museum ‘L’Orto Prezioso’ (the precious kitchen garden) Collection, made in white and yellow gold, combined with diamons and brown, rhodolite, citrine quartz, peridot and rubies, with the aim to recreate curves of sinuous leaves fallen from trees and shrubs, to represent the renewal of nature.
For this exhibition Vhernier created the ring Aladino as a tribute to nature, with its harmonious lines on a pink gold and rock crystal body. A real work of art due to its geometrical perfection.