Fascinated by travel and distant, tribal, authentic cultures. But also from the world of jewellery, which runs through the veins of the family: Marco Dal Maso learned the art of creating rings, bracelets and necklaces from his father, in the Dml, a Vicenza-based company that produces for third parties. But rather than just following in his father’s footsteps, the designer created a brand with his own name, after a stay in New Zealand, where he got to know the ancient Maori traditions. Back in Italy, Marco Dal Maso has focused on men’s jewelry, which is on the rise and quite underestimated by most of the manufacturers in the sector.
But not only. He has decided to expand his production also to women’s jewelry, without however losing the decisive style and the handcrafted aspect of his creations and some references to myths and dreams. This is how collections such as Orion, Amaia, Versa were born, which reinterpret traditional women’s jewelery with the design of the Venetian designer: 18-karat gold, also in the black version, with the use of white or black diamonds and precious stones, such as sapphires or emeralds. But also oxidized silver with gold and vermeil details.