Enterprise Europe Network (Profile:BRIT20210329001)
This Italian company, located in Catania, Sicily, was founded in 2017 when two women, an architect and a graphic designer, decided to change their lives, and to start making realising things manually.
What originated is an hybrid jewellery, a combination of local traditions and modernity, artisan and industrial elements.
The whole production is predominantly realised using bronze, either gold-plated, rosé-plated or ruthenium-plated.
What matters the most is the material itself, with its inner qualities, the way it moves and changes position according to the body's movements, and even the sounds it produces when doing so.
That is why, this company's jewels have been defined as "gioielli mobili" ("moving jewels"), or even better as "microarchitetture" (microarchitectures).
Hand tools, such as files, sandpaper, saws are deployed ad hoc, as the materials themselves suggest.
A moving project for these moving jewels, as the production takes place in two laboratories, settled in Venice and Catania.
The rings mainly present unusual square bases, while a few of them also include mobile parts. Their originality lies in the kinetic quality of the micro-sculptural elements mounted on these square bases.
Venetian pearls (declared UNESCO patrimony), Murano glass, Caltagirone and other Sicilian ceramics, volcanic lava stone and so forth are used to produce them.
The company is interested in finding potential partners/investors, that appreciate both the artistic technique and the potential of the ‘Made in Italy'. Investors should believe in the products and keen to invest on them, to expand the business and to implement the production.
The products are ideally suited to be displayed and sold in museum and exhibitions, as well as in bookshops, concept stores and even niche fashion retail spaces.
The company offers to its potential investors the possibility to become part of a niche section of "Made in Italy" under a financial agreement. This jewellery has a great commercial appeal, since it combines together Venetian artistic traditions with unusual Sicilian materials, able to pique the interests of many.
For more information please contact Enterprise Europe Network Latvia.