Moon Drops is the jewelry collection originating in the creative partnership of Maison Damiani and designer Ludovica Andreoni Montezemolo, trend-setter and style icon. The circle theme, with its infinite soft shapes, is the heart of the collection - rings and earrings that speak to today's women through a skilful blend of modern and traditional materials, a mixture of colours and feelings. The use of different shades of yellow, pink and white gold, black and brown diamonds, alternating with precious gems, semi precious stones and pearls make this jewelry collection unique and one of its kind. In particular, the rings can be worn individually or combined with each other, always with a new and surprising effect. Moon Drops jewelry evokes a romantic world of colours and dreams, able to stand out and emotionally affect. A perfect symbol of the variety of the female universe, a tribute that Damiani and Ludovica Andreoni Montezemolo wanted to make to connoisseurs of luxury and Italian style with this unforgettable jewelry collection.
Continuously successful, Moondrops is the collection from the perfect combination of the refined creativity of Ludovica Andreoni and the perfection of Damiani master goldsmith's craftsmanship.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
In the past rings for men and women had a variety of functions in addition to being purely decorative they were religious, authority and love symbols. The round shape shows the ring is a symbol of eternity, continuity of life, and perfection: this is why the ring has always been seen as the symbolism of everlasting love, in the past and today. It seems that even in ancient Rome engagement and wedding rings were used as an auspice of stability...Learn more