Francesco Serra is a filigree goldsmith, member of the well-known School of Dorgali. After graduating as a MA at the Istituto Statale d’Arte di Nuoro, he started his apprenticeship with great passion. In 1983, he opened Esseffe in Dorgali, where he offers faithful copies of traditional jewels and modern and original filigree pieces. His creations are sold together with a certificate of guarantee, that certifies their quality and origin. These unique jewels are hand-made using reinterpreted traditional techniques. His collections are displayed at fairs and collective sector exhibits at local and national level.
The collection includes traditional filigree jewels and modern pieces. A rich and varied production, that includes necklaces, pendants, earrings, rings, bracelets and much more, all sold with a a certificate of guarantee, that certifies their quality and origin.
All objects are made with ancient classic goldsmith and filigree techniques. Mountings, embossed works, fretworks and engravings are performed with great skill and expertise.
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