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  • NOW ONLINE
    THE NEW
    DIGITAL EDITION

    4th Edition 2021 - 2030

    THE FIRST
    JEWELLERY
    MUSEUM IN ITALY
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    NOW ONLINE
    THE NEW DIGITAL EDITION!

    4th Edition 2021 - 2030

    THE FIRST
    JEWELLERY
    MUSEUM IN ITALY
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    THE FIRST
    JEWELLERY
    MUSEUM IN ITALY

    4th Edition 2021 - 2030

Webinar

Live the marvels of the Jewellery Museum through their curators’ stories and let yourself be taken on an original and unprecedented journey through the history of jewellery.

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At the dawn of its fourth Edition, the Museum adds another level of perception of the jewel that involves the territory, in terms of creativity and manufacturing, presenting the creative, artistic, productive and technological excellence of Italian Jewellery. 

Nine exhibition rooms, plus the Director's Choice, all displaying an exquisite Italian selection. This Edition is entirely dedicated to the production of both large fashion houses and small and medium-sized companies in the goldsmith districts of the territory, to artisanship excellence, to artistic experimentation and to the search for independent designers.

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Director's Choice

This imposing necklace was designed by Gianmaria Buccellati and handcrafted in 1996 in the Milanese ateliers of Buccellati. It is composed of autumn leaves and colors that remind us of how much nature was and still is inspiring for all Buccellati creations, with the desire to depict it in its amazing beauty and continuous marvels.
The three amethysts alternate with four citrines, thus creating a rhythm of yellow and violet colors that soon remind us of an autumn embracing atmosphere, bringing us into nature and its nuances.
The groups of leaves are in yellow gold, with shiny venations in white gold and a central red gold griffe for the amethysts, while the citrines are set in a yellow gold griffe mounting. The bunches of leaves are distanced from one another with white gold morettes. The rear part of the necklace is composed of groups of three leaves, each one alternating with white gold morettes.

Alba Cappellieri

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Director's Choice

This imposing necklace was designed by Gianmaria Buccellati and handcrafted in 1996 in the Milanese ateliers of Buccellati. It is composed of autumn leaves and colors that remind us of how much nature was and still is inspiring for all Buccellati creations, with the desire to depict it in its amazing beauty and continuous marvels.
The three amethysts alternate with four citrines, thus creating a rhythm of yellow and violet colors that soon remind us of an autumn embracing atmosphere, bringing us into nature and its nuances.
The groups of leaves are in yellow gold, with shiny venations in white gold and a central red gold griffe for the amethysts, while the citrines are set in a yellow gold griffe mounting. The bunches of leaves are distanced from one another with white gold morettes. The rear part of the necklace is composed of groups of three leaves, each one alternating with white gold morettes.

Alba Cappellieri

Permanent exhibition

SymbolRoom

Symbol
Room

Jewellery is traditionally a symbol of power, religion, royalty, patriotism, fortune, protection, friendship, family, love and also of luxury.

MagicRoom

Magic
Room

Amulets and talismans were the first ornaments in the history of mankind worn not for vanity, but to enjoy the signs of divine benevolence of which they were the bearers.

FunctionRoom

Function
Room

Jewellery is often considered as useless, opulent items with no other function than decorative. The functional jewellery on display demonstrates the exact opposite.

BeautyRoom

Beauty
Room

Jewellery is the supreme ornament, able to donate and instil beauty on the wearer.

ArtRoom

Art
Room

Perfectly balancing head, hand and heart, this diverse and vibrant selection of Jewellery illustrates the sculptural and painterly possibilities of gold...

FashionRoom

Fashion
Room

Jewellery has always had a close relationship with fashion and, from ancient times to present day, fashion jewellery has been the aesthetic mirror of society, the evolution of customs and technological progress.

DesignRoom

Design
Room

Design is one of the disciplines most linked to contemporaneity and its cross-fertilizations, and yet, it is surprisingly uninterested in and neglectful of jewellery.

IconsRoom

Icons
Room

Icons are narrative jewels able to tell exceptional stories through precious details and unforgettable particulars.

FutureRoom

Future
Room

What will jewellery be like in the future? This room presents overviews and visions of the future through eight contrasting viewpoints that offer jewellery ...

Temporary Exhibitions

September 11, 2020 - January 31, 2021

Designed in Vicenza

September 7, 2019 - April 13, 2020

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION
"PRECIOUS ART"

The jewlled sculptures of Salvador Dalì

Designers

  • Oria Forsher
  • Giulia Amodio
  • Alba Belpietro
  • Rofhiwa Molaudzi
  • Oria Forsher

    Oria Forsher

    Born in 1987, at kibbutz Tirat Zvi, in northern Israel, Oria Forsher is an artist and a...

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  • Giulia Amodio

    Giulia Amodio

    Giulia Amodio, 23, is a Sicilian girl from Agrigento, where she studied to the end of high...

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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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  • Rofhiwa Molaudzi

    Rofhiwa Molaudzi

    Rofhiwa Molaudzi is a 23 year old courageous, ambitious individual, who was born and raised in...

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