THE FIRST
JEWELLERY MUSEUM
IN ITALY

2nd Edition 2017 - 2018

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  • THE FIRST
    JEWELLERY
    MUSEUM IN ITALY

    2nd Edition 2017 - 2018

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Director's Choice

Rosa dei Venti by Giampiero Bodino represents the perfect synthesis between formal beauty and the manufacturing quality of Italian jewellery but also a journey through time via the classical tradition of the Renaissance and the contemporary skills of craftsmen. Beauty, quality and variety are the characteristics of the Italian approach that the world lauds us.

Alba Cappellieri

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Director's Choice

Rosa dei Venti by Giampiero Bodino represents the perfect synthesis between formal beauty and the manufacturing quality of Italian jewellery but also a journey through time via the classical tradition of the Renaissance and the contemporary skills of craftsmen. Beauty, quality and variety are the characteristics of the Italian approach that the world lauds us.

Alba Cappellieri



  • Sala Bellezza

    Jewellery meaCA ns decoration, the ability to add and instil beauty in the wearer. Beauty is also an intrinsic part of jewellery, of the craftsmanship behind them, their colour palettes, materials, techniques and shapes, all combined with...

     

    SILHOUETTE FLEUR

    Van Cleef & Arpels
    Clip, Silhouette Fleur, Paris, 1937
    • SILHOUETTE FLEUR

      Van Cleef & Arpels
      Clip, Silhouette Fleur, Paris, 1937

      Nicolas Bos

      Curator

      "The vision of beauty that we wanted to express with this selection of jewellery for the “Beauty Room” is like immersing oneself in a representation of nature. These ideas might combine the notions of the ephemeral and fragile, of the...

      SILHOUETTE FLEUR

      Van Cleef & Arpels
      Clip, Silhouette Fleur, Paris, 1937
      • SILHOUETTE FLEUR

        Van Cleef & Arpels
        Clip, Silhouette Fleur, Paris, 1937


        Sala Bellezza

        Jewellery meaCA ns decoration, the ability to add and instil beauty in the wearer. Beauty is also an intrinsic part of jewellery, of the craftsmanship behind them, their colour palettes, materials, techniques and shapes, all combined with...

         

        Nicolas Bos

        Curator

        "The vision of beauty that we wanted to express with this selection of jewellery for the “Beauty Room” is like immersing oneself in a representation of nature. These ideas might combine the notions of the ephemeral and fragile, of the...

      • Fashion
        Room

        Jewellery has always been extremely closely tied to fashion and from ancient times through to the modern day, fashion jewellery has been an aesthetic mirror of society, costume development and technological progress.

      • Design
        Room

        Design is one of the most interesting expressions of contemporary society, due to its capacity to interweave different disciplines and create exchanges of knowledge.

      • Future
        Room

        What will jewellery be like in the future? Odoardo Fioravanti’s selection will try to answer this question, presenting visions and panoramas of the future, by looking at materials and innovative technologies, items with new content, new interaction with the body, and new contexts.

      • Icons
        Room

        Icons are narrative pieces of jewellery, items able to tell exceptional stories through their technical and historical details.

      • Beauty
        Room

        Jewellery meaCA ns decoration, the ability to add and instil beauty in the wearer.

      • Function
        Room

        Jewellery is often considered useless, opulent and with no other function than to be decorative.

      • Magic
        Room

        Amulets and talismans are the earliest ornaments in the history of humankind; they are worn not out of vanity but for the divine benevolence they would attract.

      • Symbol
        Room

        A piece of jewellery is traditionally a symbol, whether of power, status, identity or memory.

      • Art
        Room

        During the 20th century, numerous sculptors dedicated themselves to making jewellery, transferring their figurative skills, sometimes in the form of simple miniaturisation or by working with the minute scale of jewellery itself.

      From 27th October 2017 to 25th March 2018

      Temporary Exhibition
      "PRECIOUS LINKS"

      From 22nd March to 2nd September 2018

      Jewellery by Giò Pomodoro

      The Sign and the Ornament

      • Isotta Scarpa
      • Irene Lionetti
      • Marco Di Biagio
      • Alba Belpietro
      • Isotta Scarpa

        Isotta Scarpa

        Isotta Scarpa was born in Venice in 1994.

        She graduated from the Liceo Artistico...

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      • Irene Lionetti

        Irene Lionetti

        Irene Lionetti (1990) graduated with full marks in Design for Fashion Systems, specialising in...

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      • Marco Di Biagio

        Marco Di Biagio

        Marco Di Biagio was born in Rome in 1987.
        After obtaining his High School Diploma at the...

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      • Alba Belpietro

        Alba Belpietro

        I’ve always been interested in the world of luxury items and after finishing high school, I...

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