Stay cool... and shop jewelry!

Yes, it's definitely hot outside so let's stay indoors and... browse some new and extra-cool jewelry!
Here, for instance, are some handmade "marea alta" bracelets in bronze and silver from the 2018 Fall-Winter Maddalena Bearzi jewelry collection.
Stackable, easy to wear, elegant, these ocean-inspired bangles and already for sale online in our limited edition page. And if you have any questions, just email us.

The one of a kind, handmade marea alta bangles from the new fall-winter collection

The one of a kind, handmade marea alta bangles from the new fall-winter collection

A lizard for Mother's Day

My lucertola necklace/bracelet was featured in the Lifestyle section of the Home Business Magazine this month (read: Dazzle the Mompreneur in Your Life this Mother’s Day with These Must-Have Jewelry Gift Picks). Inspired by reptiles, this sustainable piece becomes a bracelet once it loses its “tail”, just like lizards release their tail when escaping a predator. Available in lovely sand tones or blue tones, it features brass, reclaimed bronze and metal, and Japanese silk.

A must have gift for Mother's Day: the lucertola necklace featured in  Home Business Magazine

A must have gift for Mother's Day: the lucertola necklace featured in Home Business Magazine

The moment you realized art fed your soul

I was recently interviewed by the great team of POET AND THE BENCH about my life as a jeweler and as a scientist.
Here are a couple of the questions that I was asked:

Describe the moment you realized art fed your soul.
There wasn’t a specific moment—I was really young when I started sketching animals on a piece of paper. My creativity found expression, first in drawings, and later on, in writing, photography, and jewelry making.

What themes do you pursue in your art?
Every jewelry piece that I make is connected to nature and my life as a scientist. My background as a marine biologist plays a huge role in my creative process, and each of my jewelry pieces tells its own, unique, nature-inspired story. I think it’s important to always tell a story; it doesn’t matter if you write an article or a book, take a picture or make a piece of jewelry.

If you are interested in reading the full interview, click here.