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  • Silver lucky charm with bezel. A jewel typical of Sardinia's goldsmith tradition, it features the typical Bolma rugosa turbine snail shell, decorated with swirl patterns and embellished with a small drop-like bell.

  • Original band ring, made of rose-coloured metal. Its irregular shape is embellished with filigree decorations, merging the rich goldsmith tradition with technical and creative hints.

  • Refined seahorses in burnished silver are anchored in a dynamic position onto the coral branch of this prized pendant in a fluctuating composition among flimsy seaweed in gold plate.

  • Striking necklace with central decoration made of a single coral branch from Castelsardo, embedded with gold and enriched with a precious string of imported irregularly-shaped coral beads.

  • This prized silver and brocade pendant is inspired by the Agnusdei, a religious votive ornament, significantly revisiting the symbolic meanings through the fine filigree thread that sews together two brocade hearts, so as to seal invaluable ties.

Il settore

Nowadays, filigree is still the most popular technique used in Sardinia jewellery, granting a peculiar identity to local production, mainly due to the virtuosity achieved by local artisans.


Over time, new techniques and experiments have be performed. Charming and interesting results have been crafted.


These experiences reinterpret the great goldsmith's art tradition of the Island, but also open up to interesting original collections, closer to the most modern designs.


A local heritage, an added value, approached under new perspectives, recalling local traditions, resulting in original modern collections and giving new life to knowledge and skills.