Tag: Giappone

Orecchini Twin Peaks con diamanti baguette

Kataoka flowering

In Japan, the cherry blossom, a special event that is awaited by the whole population, moves to the jewels: they are those of Kataoka, a company founded in 2011 in […]

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Orecchini «camerieri», in platino, diamanti, rubini

The delicate Orient of Gimel

The ancient Japanese art transformed into fine jewelry by Gimel ♦ ︎ She is a kind, 80-year-old Japanese woman who lives and works in a small town in southern Japan, […]

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Anello Yakimochi

Everyone on a diet with the food jewelry

Do you happen to like food, but have you eaten too much lately? Instead of going on a diet you can limit yourself to wearing these jewelry in the shape […]

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Anello La Reine in platino, rubino, diamanti

Yutai, Japanese style high jewelry

High jewelry made in Tokyo. To propose it is Yutai, a brand founded by the designer Yuta Ishihara. The style that characterizes Yutai combines the rational minimalism of Japanese design […]

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Anello in bronzo con acquamarina

The new jewelry by Natsuko

Japanese design, sculpture and Milanese avant-garde: it is the mix at the base of Natsuko Toyofuku ︎jewelry ♦ The simple and ingenious design of Japan inspired by a sculptor’s soul. […]

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La boutique di Buccellati a Ginza (Tokyo)

Buccellati flagship store in Ginza (Tokyo)

The Ginza district of Tokyo is a paradise of luxury. Here, in Namiki-dori Street, a historic street for the most exclusive flagship stores of the main international brands, Buccellati has […]

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Orecchini in oro e zaffiri blu

Yoshinobu Kataoka, the surprise of Japan

From Japan to Las Vegas: the success of a master of jewelry with the touch of the Rising Sun, Yoshinobu Kataoka ♦ ︎ What can the Japanese spirit do when […]

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Lantern earrings for Lebole

Lantern earrings for Lebole

Lebole earrings ready for the tea ceremony. The new Lebole Gioielli collection called Tourou, which is the Japanese name for a traditional lantern made of stone, wood or metal and […]

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Orecchini in bamboo, oro 18 carati, diamanti e tormalina verde

Bamboo becomes precious with Silvia Furmanovich

Fine jewelry can be made using simple bamboo. The answer is yes, if the designer is Silvia Furmanovich, a Brazilian who has already used plant material for her refined jewelry. […]

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Anello in oro bianco e diamanti

Kataoka essential

The minimal jewels by Yoshinobu Kataoka: pearls, stones and Japanese spirit ♦ In 2011, Yoshinobu Kataoka decided to go ahead alone. The Japanese designer, who graduated from the Faculty of Visual […]

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Orecchino in oro e diamanti a forma di cubo

The simple truth of Shihara

The world is divided into two: those who love elaborate jewels with large colored gems and those who love simple and no-frills geometries. The Japanese jewelry designer Yuta Ishihara, inspirer […]

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Collana in rete con frange a catena vintage a più ivelli in ottone placcato oro 10k, dettagli di gioielli con zirconi multicolori incastonati a mano, cabochon e navette in agata rossa

The movie jewelry by Iosselliani

The collections of the Roman brand of imaginative Iosselliani bijoux ♦ Two collections a year of jewels, precious at least for the ability to compose colors and shapes. The Iosselliani […]

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Bracciale in oro e perle di Tasaki

The Tasaki’s zen pearls

The luxury jewelry by Japanese Tasaki, design and pearls ♦ If the Japanese Zen gardens will be transformed into jewelry, you probably could find it among the Tasaki collections. Pearls, […]

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Collana in platino, diamanti e zaffiri vincitrice ai JJA Jewelry Awards 2018

Kuwayama to discover

Kuwayama is a large Japanese jewelry company. It’s time to learn something about it ♦ In Europe many identify Japan with the auto or technology industry. It is commonplace: Japan […]

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Orecchini della collezione Cho

A philosophical butterfly for Lebole Gioielli

The word Cho or Chou (蝶 紋) in both Chinese and Japanese indicates more or less the silhouette of the butterfly. And since the world of the fascinating East is […]

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Orecchini con granati, diamanti e perle a mosaico di Deirdre Featherstone

Have you ever tried a maki-e pearl?

The word maki, in Japanese, means roll, as those who frequent sushi restaurants know well. Maki-e, instead, indicates an ancient pearls manufacturing technique. It is quite rare technique and often […]

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Orecchini in tonalità rossa

Japanese kimonos transformed into earrings in the Tan-Mono collection by Lebole Gioielli

Lebole Gioielli is a brand so tied to the world of fabrics. And it is not a news that Japan‘s charm is the leitmotif of its collections, given Barbara Lebole’s […]

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Collana in oro rosa indossata

The bridal jewelry collection by Melania Fumiko

From wedding dresses to jewelry. And from Japan to Milan, passing through New York. Melania Fumiko Benassi, a designer specialized in wedding dresses, presented a jewelry collection inspired by the […]

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A Japanese circle for Lebole Jewels

A Japanese circle for Lebole Jewels

The ancient Japanese graphic sign ensō inspired a new collection by Lebole Gioielli ♦ ︎ The ensō graphic sign is the most common in Japanese calligraphy. As often happens in […]

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The raku jewels by Francesca Trubbianelli

The raku jewels by Francesca Trubbianelli

The raku jewels by Francesca Trubbianelli. Don’t you know what raku means? Well, read here ♦ Big and eye-catching, yet very light: these are the jewels by Francesca Trubbianelli, made […]

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