IV Edition

2021 - 2025

An exhibition focused entirely on Italian jewellery, dictated by the desire to enhance our territory, also in the gold and jewellery field.
Whit this 4th edition, opened in 2021, the Museum pays homage to those typically Italian, tangible and intangible values such as formal beauty, manufacturing quality, variety and innovation. Jewellery has, in fact, the ability to speak different languages and Italian jewellery, more than any other, does so brilliantly and on various levels.
In the 9 rooms the exhibition displays items produced by large jewellery houses, small and medium enterprises, highly-skilled artisans, unique pieces created through artistic experimentation and jewels generated from the research of independent designers.
This choice is decision of great impact, cultural as well as expositive, which introduces the visitor to the knowledge of new values and contents related to the jewellery.
The exhibition, indeed, spotlights the timeless value of jewellery through the scintific committee’s selection which, for the first time, saw the participation of the main gold districts – from Vicenza to Valenza, from Arezzo to Torre del Greco – telling the best Italian jewellery manufacturing stories.

Curator's Choice: Alba Cappellieri

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

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