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  • The expressive force of stark contrast is what characterises this sophisticated pendant, in which the warm colour of gold contrasts with the black intensity of the stone, whilst the precise, minimal working of obsidian contrasts with the rich material crafting of filigree.

  • This gold filigree pendant may be used on both sides. It features a brocade and glass bezel, hand-made using traditional techniques.

  • This gold and cowry shell pendant, also known as Sorighe 'e mare (cowry), is entirely hand-craft using traditional goldsmith techniques. Traditionally, it was used as a fertility charm and was therefore presented as a gift at a daughtr's birth.

  • The lucky charm, traditionally given as a gift to newborn babies, is reinterpreted as a necklace made of a silver thread and an onyx.

  • A jewel typical of the Southern Campidano ladies' costume; it consists of three elements: the Su Froccu on top, the central Sa gioia section and the lower Su Dominu. This jewel was part of the brides' trousseaus and it was worn during official cerimonies.

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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.