The grandeur of Italian architecture takes precedence in FerrariFirenze’s latest fine jewellery collections.
According to the company’s Giulia Callegari, four new collections are on display at the June Fair, with wholesale prices ranging from an average of US$1,500 to US$10,000. The intricately designed pieces were made by hand at the company’s manufacturing facility in Florence.
“We are committed to preserving traditional craftsmanship techniques and raising the next generation of master artisans,” noted Callegari. “We work with Italy’s most extraordinary talents, experimenting with different methods, from traditional sculpture and painting to batik, crochet and embroidery.”
Each creative endeavour brings to life a one-of-a-kind fine jewellery piece that is steeped in character.
The company is hoping to touch base with buyers from all corners of the world.
Last year, FerrariFirenze entertained clients from Singapore, China, Vietnam and South America. “We are anticipating exciting new partnerships. At the same time, we want to strengthen ties with existing partners.”