Tag: Museo

Spilla Marcelle. Foto: Luigi Briselli

The buttons transformed into bijoux-design by Lea Stein are on exhibition

French Lea Stein is considered an innovative designer in the field of plastic jewelry. An exhibition at the Bijou Museum in Casalmaggiore (Cremona) is dedicated to the designer, describing his […]

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La corona appartenuta alla regina Vittoria, con zaffiri e diamanti

Queen Victoria’s love crown

The story of Queen Victoria’s most loved crown and designed by her husband, Prince Albert. It is now exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London ♦ ︎ Do […]

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Spilla Stella con strass bianchi

The jewels of Kenneth Jay Lane

An exhibition dedicated to the most American of bijoux designers, Kenneth Jay Lane. Here’s where ♦︎ Kenneth Jay Lane (1932-2017) was an American designer who started designing jewelry in 1963. Not […]

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Vetrina a VicenzaOro

Food, music and jewelry with VicenzaOro

With Vioff many opportunities for food, culture and entertainment in the city that hosts VicenzaOro (22-26 september) ♦ ︎ Jewels to taste. Or, better, jewelry combined with gastronomy, culture and […]

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Finny’s Design, Ariel

(Italiano) Un Bijou per 41

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Girocollo con diamanti e rubini che riprende la forma del Colosseo

Bulgari with Rome in Madrid

An exhibition with 145 jewels explores the influence (close) between the Bulgari design and the monuments of Rome. The link between architecture and jewelery is tight. In some cases, then, […]

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Anni Settanta, Sharra Pagano. Foto Francesco Di Bona

(Italiano) In 100 bijoux la storia d’Italia

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Chaumet, la tiara disegnata per l'imperatrice Maria Luisa nel 1811

Chaumet seen by Chaumet

It is baptized Musée éphémère, that means museum for a little time, but in this case the adjective means temporary because the brand new museum of Chaumet, inaugurated with an […]

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In Vicenza, jewelry on the table

In Vicenza, jewelry on the table

Se c’erano dubbi sull’interesse degli italiani per la gioielleria, l’affluenza al neonato Museo del Gioiello di Vicenza li dissolve. In cinque mesi (da fine dicembre) la Basilica Palladiana, in cui […]

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