The new accessory trends are focused on large, edgy, boho-chic (tassels everywhere!) and gender-neutral pieces. Our latest handmade collection rolls with it, but adds some colorful jewels to this fine - and always distinctive - line. Check out the online shop with all the new pieces or view the new catalog in PDF.
Inspired by a wreck found in the abyss, this one of a kind ring finished with balls of solid gold makes a statement on anyone’s hand. The dark patina is what adds that edgy touch to the piece. I often use black or green patina to finish my jewelry pieces. The patina tends to highlight some of the work that I have done on the metal. A black patina always looks great on hammered silver and creates a great contrast with gold!
I don’t usually post many pictures of myself wearing my eponymous handcrafted jewelry but I couldn’t resist to share this colorful pic shot in Los Angeles. Here, I mixed and matched several pieces from my textile and metal jewelry collections. I believe it’s always best to overlap long and short necklaces for a different look with a bit of edge. Bracelets and rings must be original and… they need to make a statement! As always, one can see the influences of nature in my handmade work.
Coral reefs are the most diverse ecosystems on Earth but they are dying because of human impact. This sustainable, handcrafted and one of a kind ring makes a statement for the protection of the oceans. The good news… is for sale in our online shop here and part of the revenue will be donated for the protection of coral reefs.
Spending many hours following dolphins and whales in the wild, I find inspiration for many of my jewelry pieces when I am out on my research boat. This one of a kind necklace, for example, is inspired by wavelets at sunset. The piece, called “ondine e serpentina”, is handcrafted in bronze and reclaimed silver, and finished with a serpentine gemstone. The chain is made of oxidized silver.
How to create a cool look for the upcoming Summer? Just choose some unique jewelry designs handcrafted by artisans, and then mix and match metals and styles (with taste). The model in this picture is wearing one of Maddalena Bearzi limited edition cuffs. This “Terra oro” bracelet, hand-forged and hammered in brass, is two inches wide and makes a statement with any outfit.