Art meets jewelery with Palmiero’s 2019 collection, top creativity pieces ♦
When does art meet jewelery? Written in this way is a question that emerges when you look at a collection or a single piece of jewelry, especially those of fine jewelry. So when does art meet jewelery? When can a bracelet, ring or necklace be considered works of art? It is the same question that Carlo Palmiero, one of the noble names of jewelry made in Valenza, Piedmont, Italy, posed to himself. In fact the jeweler has titled his collection, presented at Baselworld 2019, just like this: When art meets jewel (without question mark). And the answer is: yes, he meets it.
Why can these jewels be considered as small (in size) works of art?
First of all, they are unique pieces. They cannot be imitated, they have their own unmistakable style, to be realized they need expert manual skills, like that of a painter who colors with a brush. And, again, they are indisputably the result of creativity. And, in addition to the design of the object, the choice of stones is also the result of a creative attitude: they are different and unique for their purity and their quality. White and black diamonds, cognac, blue, green, yellow, purple, sapphire diamonds that fade like colors on a canvas in blue, pink, yellow, real topazes, tanzanites, rubellites, opals, serve Palmiero as the colors on the palette. Alessia Mongrando