MADE IN MILAN
carousel gold and silver rings
Huge letters running out from old theatre posters dress in gold and silver. Vowels and consonants parade together. Monograms inspired by the circus typographic ornaments , translated into a rock vintage version!
Here the lace is the thread running away from the weft and the warp, becoming gold and silver. Is the ultimate revenge of the Beautiful against the Usaful. For all art, as Oscar Wilde remind us, is quite useless.
EX VOTO COLLECTION
A votive offering to Saints or to Gods. Heads, Hands, Feet, Eyes and Ears. Hearts. Tales of danger, of hope, of prayers and salvation keep on telling us the eternal adventure of mankind.
The circle, the oval and the square:geometry expresses the divine world of ideas through light and transparency. In Bysantium and Bon Ton collections, essential lines and stylyzed figures come to life and move at a glance through the purity of rock crystal.
An universal symbol of love. Golden and silver flower meet, they mirror and kiss one other. It's a Spring festival, it's the awakening of Nature, tying Man to Mother Earth.
A city is born from the waters. This city is made of tiny islands linked by bridges. Its origins tell its nature, "la Serenissima", Her Serene Highness. These jewels draws back to this dream-like atmosphere.
Volumes expand, decoration intensifies, passing though the purity of rock crystal. Transparency vibrates, it's light giving life to the act of seeing.
A necklace. A sequence of prayers. A measure of time. A rosary is all of this. In its beads you can count the prayers, while the hours go slowly by. A millenary rite common to all the religions. Laurent Gandini's Rosary draws to this ancestral circle-like figure, wich resembles the cyclical pace of tempo where the witheness or sea blue of labradorite beat on the basso continuo of rose gold.