Sabrina Mulas’s goldsmith production explores and reinterprets traditional themes in a personal way, building on her training and professional experience in the goldsmith domain. She studied at the Art School in Nuoro, specialising in goldsmith techniques and in particular in the design of jewellery with an artistic and creative approach. She later perfected her technique and knowledge of the local goldsmith tradition by attending a course for filigree artists in the nearby town of Dorgali, well known for its goldsmith tradition. Sabrina’s style is characterised by the ability to reproduce the typical shapes and style of traditional jewellery in gold and hard stones through the careful research into antique elements and elegantly revisited manufacture, alongside a production marked by her personal stylistic design that clearly reveals her creativity. In 2001 she opened her own workshop in Irgoli, a small town in the province of Nuoro located near renowned tourist centres, where she produces her refined artefacts, carrying on a personal path characterised by ever-evolving stylistic experimentation.
Sabrina Mulas produces a line of jewels taken from the renowned goldsmith tradition of the area of Dorgali. Carefully crafted gold rings, brooches, earrings and pendants reflecting shapes and style of local tradition as well as the use and combination of hard stones. In addition, she designs a personally inspired contemporary line that innovatively revisits the traditional themes according to her artistic personal technique.
All filigree techniques, including openwork and granulation, in addition to all the classic goldsmith techniques are performed in this workshop.
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