Discover The Director’s Selection Of Jewels

Discover the Director’s Selection Of jewels  Of  The Third Edition Of Museo Del Gioiello

Necklace, Zwei reifen
Art Room curated by Marie-José Van Den Hout
Necklace by Dorothea Prühl, 1937, Germany | Gold | Marzee Collection, the Netherlands. 
The Two Hoops necklace by Dorothea Prühl from Halle an der Saale, is one of the sim¬plest designs Prühl ever made. In all its simplicity, it shows amazing transitions in the curves – from upright to flat surfaces, adapted to the shape of the body.
Brooch, Triskeilion 
Fashion Room curated by Chichi Meroni
Martin Bedin for Acme Studios | USA, 1985 | 925 Silver. 
Martine Bedin transferred the language of the post-modern movement to jewellery, reprouced in miniaturized form, the Triskellion brooch recalls an element of interior architecture, such as a light switch or an Art Déco “control panel”.
Reversible brooch, Frames and rhombuses
Design Room curated by Alba Cappellieri
MADREFORME Collection, 2015 | 750 gold, stainless steel | Processing with mother moulds from the Nadir Stringa collection.
Carla Riccoboni’s work is distinguished by the rediscovery of traditional techniques reinterpreted with a contemporary twist. The collection brings the original prototypes necessary for the creation of moulds for jewellery back to life.
Bracelet with napoleonic bees
Icons Room curated by Gabriele and Emmanuele Pennisi
19th century, France | Yellow gold, enamels, diamonds | Gioielleria Pennisi collection.
An item of jewellery that has considerable symbolic content is the yellow gold bracelet with diamond-studded napoleonic bees and guilloché enamelling kept in its original blue velvet box with Napoleon’s monogram.
The Director: Alba Cappellieri
Professor at Milan Polytechnic and Stanford University, she is President of the
Fashion Design Degree Course, Director of the international Master Degree in Accessory Design and the Specialization Course in Jewellery Design at Milan Polytechnic. She is the author of numerous publications and has curated the most renowned jewellery exhibitions in Italy.
Since 2014 she has been the Director of the Museo del Gioiello in Vicenza’s Basilica Palladiana, Italy’s first jewellery museum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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