In a field that feeds on exclusivity, nothing interprets it better than uniqueness. Giving to the wearer the awareness of owning an incredible and unrepeatable object
A sketch, a newly-drafted design, captured in a moment along with many others. But then, the idea gradually becomes more radiant, clearer, initially in the mind and then on paper where the details, even the tiniest and more imperceptible to amateur eyes, are finally defined. Those details, however, make the difference and give an item of jewelry its uniqueness.
Everything starts with the choice of the most particular raw materials, from metals to the most precious and beautiful stones. The next step is imagining the most suit-able mount to enhance the jewel to its utmost. All necessary steps and ingredients in the creation of something unrepeatable. For those who love the great “clas-sics”, gold and white diamonds of considerable size are a must, of course, but then the palette takes on shades of pink, red, yellow and black for diamonds in the rar-est colors.
And if gold is too “conventional”, then make way for the more technological and contemporary metals, like titanium, aluminum and carbon fiber, shaped into har-monious and elegant forms that were unimaginable only yesterday. As for the stones, these include scope for coral and turquoise, re-interpreted in an unusual key with settings and cuts that are more like innovative works of art than some-thing from the family jewelry box.
The interpreters of this extremely personal way of seeing jewelry are the Italian High Jewelry Masters, authors of authentic masterpieces that have no hint of dejà-vu, neither in the elements that compose them, all exceptional in shape, size and quality of the raw materials, nor in their innovative aesthetics, the result of an ever-different challenge. A challenge to themselves to achieve combinations that are always unprecedented and surprising, and to those who are in search of some-thing “Unicuum”.