This sophisticated Damiani jewelry collection encapsulates a skilful blend of the grace, emotions and delicacy of an elegant, high class woman, just as a flower bud preserves and collects its ambrosial essence. Diamonds and white and pink gold are used for these jewels crafted with care and passion to "blossom" on every woman wearing them. The Bocciolo jewelry collection includes rings, earrings and necklaces for women created with a new highly refined stylistic craftsman solution expressing a perfect balance between the preciousness of the materials and the brightness of Damiani jewelry diamonds. Bocciolo jewels are inspired by a fascinating and sophisticated woman. This gold jewelry collection also includes a typical Damiani style necklace, featuring the rosary bead form that exalts the central element. Bocciolo, the Damiani jewelry collection, custodian of emotions and feelings of the special woman wearing it.
Damiani diamonds are the traditional symbols, the perfect endorsement of unforgettable occasions and anniversaries. The purity, toughness and clarity of the gems confer eternal and unique charm to diamond jewelry. Damiani diamonds are skillfully selected and stand out for their splendor, not just because of the famous “4 Cs” but also for the excellent craftsmanship of expert artisans, goldsmiths and designers, capable of gracefully enhancing the precious gemstones set in gold jewelry...Learn more
Damiani jewelry is the result of highly creative work, exclusive focus on handmade jewelry design, the shapes, the quality of gems and the accuracy of craftsmanship, one of the highest expressions of Italian made craftsmanship. Creations featuring high level finishing and painstaking care of details, through the use of a control system that ensures that all Damiani jewelry is of the highest quality...Learn more
The first archaeological findings of earrings date to the third millennium BC, when men wore them as symbols of virility and military audacity. Constantly present as a detail of attire, all earrings, even for women, disappeared during the middle Ages but were once again fashionable during the Renaissance period, when there was a return especially of pearl earrings. In the 17th century pearl earrings fashion gave way to diamond stud earrings, with the rapidly increasing predominance of this gem in every ornament...Learn more