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  • This hand-finished silver bracelet and decorated with precious brocades features a simple linearity of shapes and the vibrant colours of the brocade. It embodies the essence of traditional Sardinian costumes and local tradition.

  • These precious earrings are inspired by a traditional pattern of the local goldsmith tradition, with refined style and technical virtuosity in gold filigree and seed-pearls.

  • This refined brooch characterised by the light filigree crafted entirely by hand and combined with the shiny polished gold plate is taken from an ancient jewel called Sun of Dorgali (Sole di Dorgali), a town in the province of Nuoro with a remarkable goldsmith tradition.

  • Silver Sardinian bronze statuettes dedicated to archers.

  • This silver and obsidian pendant may also be worn as an earring. The jewel is part of a project dedicated to the memory of things and it is included in the Ricami e Grovigli collection, developed on a research of ancient fabric and embroidery fragments.

Il settore

Nowadays, filigree is still the most popular technique used in Sardinia jewellery, granting a peculiar identity to local production, mainly due to the virtuosity achieved by local artisans.


Over time, new techniques and experiments have be performed. Charming and interesting results have been crafted.


These experiences reinterpret the great goldsmith's art tradition of the Island, but also open up to interesting original collections, closer to the most modern designs.


A local heritage, an added value, approached under new perspectives, recalling local traditions, resulting in original modern collections and giving new life to knowledge and skills.