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Damiani and Cappellini: a floreal fil rouge

Jewellery and design combined in a floral leitmotif

by Virginia Ricci
May 1st, 2015

Damiani masterpieces and iconic pieces of Cappellini furniture: a joint venture for the latest Salone del Mobile in Milan and a priceless display of floral inspiration.

For Damiani, a goldsmiths founded in Valenza in 1924, the spotlight focused on the Giglio collections: rings, earrings and pendants that can be turned into brooches, in rose gold with white diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and rubies from fuchsia to light pink, but also in yellow gold with white diamonds, yellow sapphires, emeralds and rubies or, last but not least, in burnished gold with white and black emeralds and diamonds.

They accompany the Dalia armchair by Cappellini, whose brilliant comfort goes well with its curved petal-effect finesse. In this botanical world, there is also the Wanders’ tulip armchair created by the designer Marcel Wanders: an elegant, sparkling and evocative tulip-shaped chair with a stem standing on a brilliant swivel base. Natural gems of pure creativity.

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