CAMEOS IN ITALIAN JEWELRY
The bill that the jewellery sector is paying to the pandemic is very high. Both in Italy and abroad and with repercussions across almost all segments. The figures show a demand that last year was at the lowest levels of the last decade in the wake of a mix of elements that includes the drastic reduction in production and the increase in prices...
EDITORIAL Cristina Morozzi
A JOURNEY TO ITALY : TRENTINO
The fifth stop of "Travel to Italy" takes us to Trentino,
one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. Not only nature and uncontaminated spaces but also culture, exhibitions and displays of purchasable objects. One of the most sought after and desired destinations to enjoy the summer is certainly the mountains...
It is the time of safe values, including cameos, a process that dates back to Alexander the Great and his engraver Pyrogateles, still cultivated today in Torre del Greco in Campania. In uncertain times we invest in safe values, in objects with the flavour of the time and local traditions, preserved and handed down, with commitment and passion.
Alba Cappellieri, graduated in architecture and currently a professor of jewellery design at the Milan Polytechnic.
A new professional role was born from chance and passion as Alba has become a reference figure in jewellery and costume jewellery, making a decisive contribution to its cultural enhancement.
In Dubai, an entirely Made in Italy exhibition that tells the fusion of artisan quality, design and fashion. Read the report by Cristina Morozzi for Design Italy. From July 17th, Sunday to Thursday, the Italian Cultural Institute of Abu Dhabi, located in the Al Bateen district, presents the exhibition “Diva! Il Glamour italiano nel gioiello moda”.