In the Metropolitan Dream jewelry collection, the design, Damiani's unmistakable trademark, finds its maximum expression: modern lines framed by precious materials such as yellow and pink gold and the new black and brown versions, striking at first glance and giving an unforgettable feeling to all women who love a modern and refined look. The jewelry collection has rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and cufflinks, all featuring a new effervescent, buoyant texture and the eclectic appeal of diamonds, the result of skilful craftsmanship of Damiani master goldsmiths. Inspired by the frenetic, dynamic life of big cities, Damiani proposes a jewelry collection with a refined style and modern, geometric design for a "metropolitan" woman with a chic, sophisticated style in "constant motion".
In October, the LILT (Lega Italiana per la Lotta contro i Tumori – Italian association against cancer) resumed its breast cancer prevention work with the Pink Ribbon Campaign, now at its 18th edition in Italy.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
Since ancient times, human beings have used spherical objects to symbolize love, continuity of life and perfection. Long before wedding bands as we traditionally know them, ancient Romans used to wear rings made of a variety of metals to symbolize the eternity of endless love. The custom of wearing the wedding ring on the third - or “ring” - finger also comes from ancient Rome. In those days there was the belief that the “vena amoris” - or “love vein” - passed through this finger and went straight to the heart...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