Single Positano earrings in gold-plated bronze and blue enamels remind of the eponymous charming Amalfitan town. They are unique little buttons, able to grant plenty of light to your oval. Surrounded by dramatic mountains, and with its colorful and whitewashed cottages dotted-skyline, crossed by countless winding roads, Positano has always been generous in bestowing breathtaking glimpses. Find them now into these charming earrings!
From Positano to Santorini, our precious Positano ring in silver sterling evokes endless summer days. Inspired by the "Architectures-without-architects" structures you may find everywhere along the Mediterranean coasts, these spontaneous structures have a reassuring design we love!
Our Etienne ring in silver sterling with a pearl is a statement piece inspired by the visionary neoclassic architect Etienne-Louis Boullée's unfinished project: 'The Cenotaph for Isaac Newton'. A poetic homage, blending uniquely a dreamlike romanticism with the severe rationality of neoclassicism.
Giuseppe Terragni, one of the most important architects of the Italian rationalism movement, and his breathtaking works inspired our Q.bo.bo. ring in gold plated bronze. An enchanting synthesis of modern theory and tradition.
The Entrance Gates to the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice - signed by the American artist Claire Falkenstein - inspired the Peggy Capsule Collection and these stunning Peggy ear jackets in 925 silver sterling. A promise of endless cultural magnificence.