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From May 30 to June 3, many venerable Italian exhibitors had the chance to meet the US market and explore the opportunity of internationalization as a key factor to face the challenges of today's competition.

The U.S., strategic in regard to size, solidity and perspective, have always been of the utmost importance for the Italian industrial districts where unique excellence examples are rooted.


A walk at the Las Vegas Convention Center where "The Collective" took place, including the Premier event, offered a selection of branded and unbranded fine jewelry companies that are committed to the acclaimed quality and craftsmanship of Italian-made jewelry, many with generations of noteworthy industry experience.

Let’s meet them one-by-one.

Cameo Italiano reinvented cameo jewelry design with a foot in the tradition and the other in a world where boundaries between classic jewelry and modern fashion are dissolved. The amazing handmade shell cameos on silver and gold show the ability of the Di Luca family (third generation) to produce the most beautiful hand-carved cameos on shells, respectful of the Italian art history rooted in the town of Torre del Greco (Naples).

Fourline Group (pictured top left) was founded in Vicenza in 1996. With its know-how in the production of high-quality unbranded jewelry, it combines the traditional processing technique with the newest technologies to create collections featuring both diamonds and precious stones or zirconia and semi-precious stones.

High jewelry designer Luca Rigon reflects, preserves and conveys emotions, memories and feelings into his menswear and womenswear collections, conceived and entirely realized in Vicenza. A unique flow of creativity merges precious stones such as emeralds, sapphires and rubies with the exclusive characteristics of yellow and pink 18 Kt gold.

Rigorous Italian design drives the aesthetics of Milor Gold (top center). Minimal shapes, very light in portability and precious details such as Cubic Zirconia, or glossy, enameled and bicolor effects give to every jewel timeless elegance. Golden rosè, natural gems and freshwater pearls create the precious and unique style of Bronzallure jewelry. A different idea of luxury, born from the union between Italian design and attention to detail.

Diamali creations (top right) wink an eye to the Millennial generation. The company’s commitment to the preservation of the environment drove it to be the first to produce Made in Italy jewels with handmade diamonds.

Francesco Cozzolino Pearling (bottom left), based in the province of Caserta, plays a leading role in spreading the classic beauty of South-Sea, Tahiti and Chinese freshwater cultured pearls. Over sixty years in the business, the company is a genuine ambassador of the art of cultivating pearls.

Italian goldsmith tradition with a contemporary glimpse, Graziella Luxury (bottom right) styles latest fashion trends combining all the jewelry with leather goods: gold, silver and bronze creations are flanked by bags, wrist watches, belts and other jeweled accessories for trendy women and men.

Fourline, Milor Group, Diamali, Francesco Cozzolino, GraziellaFrom Top Left: Fourline, Milor Group, Diamali, Francesco Cozzolino, Graziella

Focused on the production of fine finished jewelry and mountings, ITALGOLD offers a complete production service, starting from the design and delivering the jewels finished and set. Gold, platinum, titanium, precious stones, diamonds, semi-precious stones are used to create products able to go beyond space and time.

The softness of rubber contrasts the toughness of diamonds, set in yellow, pink or white gold, in perfect combinations. KRIA and VOGA brands (pictured top left) feature bracelets, classic necklaces, chains often enriched with original crosses or bold pendants, cufflinks reflecting the virility, refinement and precious nature of the man’s collections in particular.

The creations by Laurent Gandini (top center) picture a world full of tales and symbols capable to evoke new forms and shapes. Essential patterns and decorations recall the lightness of laces, the preciousness of embroideries and the simplicity of flowers.

Deep connoisseur of Italian producers, Mioro is specialized in the trade of precious stones, operating both on the Italian and international market.

Coral and turquoise on one side, classic diamonds on the other. Different inspirations but an unmistakable style characterizes Verdi collections (top right), designed to conquer an independent and contemporary woman.

Osigem established the brand Forever Unique to deliver collections conceived to highlight the perfection of the diamonds and, in recent times, also the sparkling colors of gems, especially sapphires, rubies and emeralds.

The distinctive and precious jewelry by Sanna Gioielli (bottom left) is characterized by finely carved metal graced with local coral. Exclusive compositions of amazing beauty are enriched with gold and precious stones.

Pininfarina Segno (bottom right) represents the horizon of an innovative and unique scenario in the writing experience. The project, born from the cooperation between Pininfarina and NapkinForever, brought together the passion for creative talent, the search for innovation, the care about handcrafted quality and made in Italy. Gold, silver and precious stones are the materials chosen to create jewelry which perfectly matches with elegant and innovative pens featuring also wood and alloys.

Kria-Voga, Laurent Gandini, Verdi, Sanna Gioielli, Pininfarina From Top Left: Kria-Voga, Laurent Gandini, Verdi, Sanna Gioielli, Pininfarina

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