Monday, 21 March 2022 13:21

Gioiello e Thanatos con Corrado De Meo

In the frame of the event Alla fine dei conti and in collaboration with Agc - Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo we present the meeting GIOIELLO E THANATOS with Corrado De Meo.

From the Conference Room of the Casa del Mantegna in Mantua and in connection from Livorno with Corrado De Meo one of the most famous exponents of International Contemporary Jewellery in dialogue with Rachele Bertelli.


Wednesday, 16 March 2022 08:08

Visions Of Catalonia

The exhibition "Visions Of Catalonia", 1st Biennial of Artistic Crafts of Catalonia has been selected by the project Homo Faber in Venice. During the scheduled events, Catalonia's artistic craftsmanship will stop at The Room gallery from April 8 to 27.

Four goldsmith artists are participating: Ramon Puig Cuyàs, Jordi Aparicio, Clara Niubo and Lluis Comìn.


Jordi Aparicio

Ramon Puig Cuyàs

Clara Niubò

Lluís Comín Vilajosana


Friday, 11 March 2022 07:03

Schmuck preview in Munich

We received this news from dear friends in Munich - Thanks Galerie Birò for sharing and Happy 30th Anniversary!!

A small but fine SCHMUCK program takes place in Munich, despite the postponement of MJW to July.

Click here to download the complete program as PDF:


Catarina Silva (PT) ph. Francisco Hartley


30th Anniversary - Galerie Birò, Munich




Wednesday, 09 March 2022 05:36


On Friday 11 March at 12 noon, the exhibition "Be Free! La Libertà nel gioiello e nell'accessori moda" at Rho Fiera Milano, within the framework of Homi Fashion & Jewels in collaboration with POLI.Design.

Congratulations to the many selected members, including Maura Biamonti, Elisabetta Carozzi, Stefano Fronza, Eleonora Ghilardi, Lucilla Giovanninetti, Letizia Maggio, Francesca Mo, Marco Picciali.

Photo gallery:

Letizia Maggio

Stefano Fronza

Marco Picciali

Lucilla Giovanninetti

Maura Biamonti

Elisabetta Carozzi

Eleonora Ghilardi

Francesca Mo




Saturday, 05 March 2022 10:24

Precious Collective

Can you help us in our fundraising efforts to help the communities in Ukraine affected by the current crisis? As an organisation who has many contacts, we would like to ask you to share this campaign with as many people as you are able to within your network. There is no financial gain or profit for anyone involved, we are simply trying to raise money to help others!
The Precious Collective believes in community and fundamentally opposes war. We stand with the people of Ukraine.

Teaming up with Alliages to create Precious Solidarity, we are raising funds for the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund by GlobalGiving.
All donations to this fund will support humanitarian assistance in impacted communities in Ukraine and surrounding regions where Ukrainian refugees have fled. GlobalGiving's local partners in Ukraine are bringing relief to displaced families and people in high-risk areas, and they need resources to continue and expand their vital work.

We hope to reach as many people within our community as possible, so please help us as much as you can, however you can.


We hope you will be able to spread our campaign to other makers who will want to take part. We have sent information below which you can copy and send to your community to help them understand how this fundraising will work and how they can be involved. More posts will be shared on our Instagram page and the link to the Just Giving page can also be access from here too. You can view all the works on also.

If you have further questions, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you would like to support us, the following is the information which you can send out to your community:


Precious Collective are asking for as many wonderful jewellery artists, designers & makers that can (not just collective members), to donate one or more pieces of their work, which will be sold on the Precious Collective Instagram page (via our Just Giving page) with all proceeds going directly to Global Giving’s Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund.

As a donating artist, you will need to send:
• 3 images of each piece that you wish to donate (front view, back view and view of piece being worn) - these will only be used online, so do not need to be high resolution, professional or modelled shots and can be taken on a mobile phone. However they MUST show the work clearly (these images are being used to sell your work, so just need to be clear enough for potential buyers to see and get excited about what they’re buying)
• dimensions of each piece (in mm)
• materials & processes used
• your contact email address
• your recommended sale price for each piece

This must all be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ASAP.

All artists & makers will be responsible for the postage costs once your item(s) has sold as well as ensuring that your work is sent safely to its buyer. Although we ask for a recommended sale price, please note that we are trying to raise as many funds as we can and as quickly as possible, so it may be advisable to donate pieces that are not excessively expensive.


Simply follow the following steps:

1. Visit to see the work for sale in the Precious Collective feed and stories.
2. If you would like to purchase a piece of work, send a direct message on Instagram to the Precious Collective. Include which piece you want to buy and Lynne will guide you through how to pay for your item (so long as it hasn’t already sold). Please note that no money will be taken by Precious Collective, Alliages or any of our makers. Everything will be processed by Just Giving and go straight to the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund by GlobalGiving.
3. Once your donation has been received, we will send confirmation of purchase to the artist, who will be responsible for getting the piece of jewellery safely to you.


The simple answer is no. If you wish to donate without receiving anything other than the wonderful feeling of helping others in need, you CAN just donate by visiting the Precious Solidarity Just Giving page:

Your donation to the Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund will provide food, shelter & clean water, access to education, health & psychosocial support and so much more to the impacted communities in Ukraine and surrounding regions.

Thank you all for your generosity and time!

All the best
Lynne, Spam, Juan & Lucy xxxx


Thursday, 24 February 2022 11:14

Florence Jewellery Week 2022

The Florentine week dedicated to the fascinating microcosm of contemporary jewelry will be held in spring, from April 28 to May 2, and will be characterized this year by the rich calendar of events scheduled, including exhibitions, conferences, workshops and live demonstrations, scattered in different locations of the city center and the Oltrarno, including institutional spaces and galleries.
Heart of Florentine craftsmanship, the Oltrarno also hosts the headquarters of Le Arti Orafe, a prestigious academy of goldsmithing founded in 1985 by Giò Carbone, author of this week of jewelry, the first in Italy since 2015.

The initiative was actually already born in 2005, in a different format, and known as "PREZIOSA", a biennial exhibition that in its 7 editions has given visibility to the most important protagonists of contemporary jewelry, from the "fathers" of the 70s of the last century to the present day, offering the public interpretative keys that would help to grasp the new instances of this specific growing sector.

This year the curatorship of the entire event is entrusted to the duo Giò Carbone and Alice Rendon, who together have built a complex program dedicated to telling the jewelry in its various forms and applications, contemplating artistic research, craftsmanship, new technologies and sustainability.

To read the program of the various events of FLORENCE JEWELLERY WEEK 2022 see attachment below.

Below are some fantastic jewels of important Italian and international goldsmiths, present in the exhibitions of the Florentine event:

Giovanni Corvaja - The Golden Fleece | Headpiece - 18K gold, 22K gold

Manfred Bischoff - Gesicht (Bollmann Collection) | Brooch, Coated wire

Peter Skubic - Reflections (Bollmann Collection) | brooch, Steel plate and wire, varnish

Kazumi Nagano - Untitled | brooch, Crine di cavallo, Filo d'oro (K18 YG), Lamina d'argento(950), Filo di nylon, Filo di acciaio inossidabile

Bruno Martinazzi - L’angelo della storia (Bollmann Collection) | brooch, Gold

Francesco Pavan - Untitled (Bollmann Collection) | brooch, Different gold alloys


Thursday, 24 February 2022 09:04

Roberta Bernabei



Dr Roberta Bernabei is a leading researcher in the field of Craft/Design Jewellery Research. She is a Senior lecturer (professore associato) in Critical & Historical Studies and Jewellery at Loughborough University, UK. She is visiting Reader at Birmingham City University in the Institute of Jewellery, Fashion and Textiles, including the role as international ambassador of the Institute and the Craft Cultures Research cluster. Since 2015 she has been passionately active in building the field of Craft/Design Jewellery Research through instigating and leading the Journal of Jewellery Research. She has gained international reputation based on her research contribution in the field with a monographic book, journal articles, chapters and exhibitions. Bernabei’s research profile in art jewellery exhibition design and its collective process counts fifty-seven exhibitions until 2021. She is leading seven doctoral researchers in the research of cultural heritage, new application of 3D printing technologies in jewellery, including wearables as an aid for wellbeing at the JCR Lab (Jewellery & Craft Research Lab LU) at Loughborough University.





brooch | 2005 - amber, silicone, sterling silver | 5x5x3cm
pendant | 2006 - silverenamel, mixed, media, cotton | 8x6x18cm
pendant | 2006 - silver, enamel, foam, cotton | 40x8x1cm
ring | 2001 - silicon, iron, enamel | 3x3x4cm
pendant | 2005 - sterling, silver, porcelain, enamel, silk | 6x4x3cm
Father and Son
brooch | 2016
Cedar Home care project | 2016

From Friday 4th to Sunday 6th March 2022, at the Archivio Negroni in via Filippo Tajani in Milan, the introductory course to bas-relief sculpture will take place, with the master medallist Loredana Pancotto.

The bas-relief course intends to deepen the particular approach that from the drawing leads to the realization of a refined sculpture suitable for the medal moulding. How to translate the artistic vision in the limited space of the thickness and diameter of a model. The free nature of the artistic representation of a subject, whether figurative, geometric or abstract, makes the course suitable for all levels of skill in drawing and manipulation. For more information click here

The participation fee and registration terms are as follows:

Euro 450.= full immersion of 18 hours - including the individual equipment of the materials necessary to obtain the models that will remain with the student (plasticine, steel splint for modeling, tablets, plaster castings)

SPECIAL QUOTE Gift card - purchased by 31.1.2022 : Euro 400. To get it go to this link

Due to the nature and the objective of the course, places in the classroom are limited and the course will be activated with 8 participants.
In case of suspension or cancellation due to force majeure, the registration fee will be refunded in full.


Tuesday, 07 December 2021 14:01

2022 Elective Assembly

Dear Members,

the date of the "ELECTIVE ASSEMBLY 2022" will be: 6th February 2022.

The candidates' information is present in the member's area of the website.

Best wishes,
Il Direttivo AGC

Wednesday, 01 December 2021 09:22

Pure | Japanese Collective

The PURE exhibition at Thereza Pedrosa Gallery in Asolo runs from Saturday, November 27 through Sunday, December 25, or you can follow it online at

"Traveling takes us to places, people, languages and cultures unknown to us. Traveling enriches us in mind and spirit. But discovering the world can happen thousands of miles away or just a few feet from home. The important thing is not where we are, but to be ready to observe the world with a heart open to new discoveries and a curious mind. This group exhibition takes us to explore the richness of Japanese culture through the work of artists Kazumi Nagano, Mineri Matsuura, Nahoko Fujimoto, Mariko Sumioka and Yoko Takirai | Pietro Pellitteri.
Established artists with works present in the most important collections of contemporary jewelry in the world, including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Alice and Louis Koch Rings Collection in Switzerland and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York. They come to Asolo bringing all the delicacy and purity of their works, made in various materials: from the most precious, platinum, through gold and silver, to paper. Each of these artists is unique in their artistic expression, but they all share a deep connection with the sublime essence of Japanese thought and tradition."

Below are some works by the artists featured in the exhibition:

Kazumi Nagano, Untitles, brooch 1, Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Mariko Sumioka, Stone wall, brooch, Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Mineri Matsuura, Metamorphosis 01, brooch, Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Nahoko Fujimoto, Untitled 2, pendant, Thereza Pedrosa Gallery

Yoko Takirai and Pietro Pellitteri, Linea Rigida, necklace, Thereza Pedrosa Gallery