The new pieces in Schmuckwerk’s Alpine collection include rings set with diamonds and precious jewelry for the neck and wrist .
Mattioli presents light and elegant pieces, which demonstrate the great creativity of the brand
Twenty-six years ago, the Mattioli family took over the traditional company Antica Ditta Marchisio, which has made jewelry since 1860. Licia Mattioli initiated a turning point in creativity and management when she created her own brand in 2000. Licia is the inspiring force behind all the collections and is also keenly interested in fine art. This is evident in the “Hiroko” collection, which is inspired by Japanese minimalism and love of harmony. Licia’s jewelry accordingly seeks to convey the elegant lightness of delicate cherry blossoms.
The light, elegant pieces of jewelry from the “Chips” collection are designed to appeal to even the most discerning of customers. The undulations and curls on these creations, which are quite literally modeled on the irregular shapes of potato chips, demonstrate Maison Mattioli’s superb skills in using diamond-set gold filament to create jewelry.