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Venerdì, 29 Marzo 2019 07:20



Venerdì 29 Marzo 2019, ore 18.00 
Oratorio S.Rocco, Padova.

La mostra sarà aperta al pubblico dal 30 Marzo al 12 Maggio 2019.


from Friday 29 March, 6.00 pm

Oratorio S.Rocco, Padova.
The exhibition will be open from March 30th to May 12th 2019.

Giovedì, 21 Marzo 2019 13:26

International Jewellery Competition Silver

Only 11 days left to submit your work for the 28. International Jewellery Competition “Silver”!

Deadline: 1 April 2019

(Works must reach the Gallery within this deadline - the date on the postmark is irrelevant.)
Also, take into account, please, that works sent from abroad may get stuck at the Customs which causes delays in their arrival at the Gallery.
This year it’s also possible to submit the works directly at the AMBERIF Fair in Gdansk (Poland). We’re waiting to meet you and receive your works at the Gallery stand C 603.

The Entry Form and Competition Terms & Regulations are available at

As always, winners can expect (not only) silver awards.

As usual, the Competition is the main event of Legnica SILVER Festival, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary. We’re preparing a congratulations postcard for the Festival in the form of a film and we’d like to invite to this project everyone who has ever taken part in the Jewellery Competition, been to Legnica during SILVER Festival or has been connected with the Festival in any other way. We’re asking you to record a short movie with your smartphone, in which you can simply give your greetings and congratulations to the Festival or say a few words more, for example:

- how you’re associated with SILVER,
- what you remember about your stay in Legnica,
- any special memories,
- funny stories,
- people you met in Legnica,
- friends you made there,
- anything else you’ve always wanted to tell the Festival but never had a chance.

We’re looking forward to receiving your competition works and your films! (Deadlines are the same).

Your Silver Team from the Gallery of Art in Legnica

PS. Submission of a film is equivalent to expressing agreement for the film to be displayed publically and distributed together with other materials promoting the Gallery of Art in Legnica and Legnica Jewellery Festival.

Mercoledì, 20 Marzo 2019 07:20

Letizia Maggio



I live and work in the North-East of Italy and my background includes, apart from a Master’s degree in English literature, a qualified training in ceramics as well as non academic studies in metalsmithing.

My works have been exhibited in museums and galleries in Italy and abroad.

In my practice I like to explore a variety of media and thus the possible interpretations of different materials, mainly seeking for unexpected aesthetics.

The aim of my work is to establish a connection, to activate a two-way communication with the viewer/wearer and to set the meaning of ‘preciousness’ in accordance with my own value system.








Asemic writing on boobs
brooch | brasssilver
brooch - 2023 | silverheat patina - Ph. Nico Covre
Chandra Livia
necklace - 2023 | brass, silver, PLA, copper - Ph. Nico Covre
brooch - 2023 | silver, PLA, silver, liningsrust - Ph. Nico Covre
Maria Luisa
necklace - 2023 | silverheat, patina - Ph. Nico Covre
Mein Kunst
Necklace 2021 | Silver, ruby. 60 cm | Ph. Nico Covre
Pendant 2020 | Photo print on canvas, silver, brass, iron, acrylic paint | Ph. Alice Brazzit
Miracle Booster
Ring 2018 | Silver, mosaic discarded virtreous tiles | From series: Miracle Booster
Collana argento, ecoglass - 2018 ph. Lucia Baldini
5 noble truths
rings 2017 | silver, yellow gold
Non ora/ Wrong timing
Collana argento, porcellana di Limoges - 2015 ph. Studio Auber









Pubblicazioni / Publications



Venerdì, 15 Febbraio 2019 13:47

AUTOR International Contemporary Jewelry Fair

20 – 21st April, at the National Theatre Bucharest, Romania

AUTOR is the most important event in the field of contemporary and art jewelry in South-Eastern Europe. The 2019 edition will mark the 10th anniversary of creating a dynamic environment with high selection standards for contemporary jewelry. The participants at AUTOR are offered access to an exquisite and attractive clientele. Beyond the actual fair, AUTOR is an active platform that encourages and creates a dialogue between designers and their public: consumers, collectors, distributors, specialised media.

Established in 2009, AUTOR has positioned itself throughout its 17 editions as an innovative fair, a connector and a context creator for contemporary and art jewelry creative talents.


Call for entries AUTOR 2019:

Venerdì, 15 Febbraio 2019 08:41

Lluís Comín


From a young age, it was clear that I wanted to make a type of jewelry that was not merely ornamental. The jewel is my way of expressing myself artistically with total liberdat, the only condition is that it is related and can be used by a person. I usually work with series, I never know how many pieces, I stop when I think that I have nothing else to say on the subject. I try to create a symbiosis between the jewel and its bearer, so that the two become rich. I feel like a filter trying to express the nuances of the world from my point of view. Few contemporary jewelers come from a family tradition and I was lucky enough to learn the trade with my father and now it is my daughter Elena who learns from me, I feel like the link of a very old chain that transmits ancestral knowledge.






Arquitectura Interior
bracciale - 2023
Arquitectura Interior
collana - 2023
El Silenci
spilla - 2021
Brooch Title New horizons series Ithaca. Silver, gold, lichen, 2016
Brooch Title. Reconstruction 6. Series. Reconstructions. Silver, lapizlazuli, 2017
Ring. Title. Barcino 1. Serie, Barcino. Silver, gold, Jasper de Montjuich. 2017
Venerdì, 08 Febbraio 2019 07:25

Sara Barbanti


The research is based on the relation between different materials and on how they can converse and enhance each other. The contrast is essential, organic shapes combined with simple figures, poor materials with precious ones, light with darkness. Creating a suggestion in the observer without using figurative elements provokes a wider range of possibilities and reflections. For this reason the creation process becomes extremely important, the spontaneity of the form and the composition are fundamental, the imperfection becomes strength and the fragment infuses a feeling of completeness.
The jewel is born from the transformation of wood into coal, the metamorphosis of the material imparts value to the object, telling a story of unleashed shape shifting potential.





Materia, Brooch, 2017, Charcoal, Silver, Gold, Steel
Healing, Brooch, 2018, Charcoal, Gold, Silver
Radiate, Necklace, 2017, Charcoal, Gold-plated silver, steel
Grandma, Ring, 2018, Charred vine, Silver
Home, Brooch, 2018, Charred vine bark, Gold, Silver
Juniper, Necklace, 2018, Charred Juniper, Gold, Silver
Resterà, Necklace, 2018, Charred vine, silver, steel
Depth, Brooch, 2018, Charcoal, Silver, Gold
Mediterraneo, Brooch, 2018, Charcoal, Silver, Gold
When someone leaves, 2018, Charcoal, Silver
Martedì, 05 Febbraio 2019 09:52

Convocazione Assemblea Elettiva AGC

Il giorno 24 marzo p.v. i soci AGC sono convocati in assemblea ordinaria presso il Barco Teatro, Via dell’Orto Botanico 12 Padova alle ore 10.00 per il rinnovo delle cariche statutarie dell'associazione.

Tutti i soci, sono invitati a prendere visione dell'ordine del giorno e delle schede di candidatura, presenti nell'Area Riservata del sito.

AGC Members' Meeting Call

On March 24th, the members of the Association are convened in the ordinary meeting at the Teatro Barco, Via dell'Orto Botanico 12, Padua, at 10.00 am. The elective assembly for the renewal of the Executive Committee will follow at 2.45 pm.

Sabato, 26 Gennaio 2019 11:15

Paola Mirai


Paola Mirai is a jewellery designer in Milan. She tamed Orotrasparente a new super-light transparent material that she developed after 5 years of research and experimentation; something rebellious, light as air and transparent as water. It makes who's wearing it feel as protagonist of a new era. Gold, diamonds, precious stones, japanese organza, seeds and technological components float around the body spreading pureness and a special harmony that takes place when East meets West.
The advent of the technological world, geared towards the future, the evolution, is changing our whole life and put the world in a virtual connection, going from centuries based on matter to this new millennium of immateriality. through transparency.





FLOWERS - Structure Orotrasparente | gold 24 Kt
STARDUST- Structure Orotrasparente and gold 24 Kt
HELLO! - Structure Orotrasparente, flexible keyboard circuit and clock gear
METROPOLIS-Structure Orotrasparente, flexible keyboard circuit and old radio gear
Seed Savers Project - Structure Orotrasparente, silver chain untreated, magnets, pink alcea
Seed Savers Project - Structure Orotrasparente, silver chain untreated, magnets, hibiscus
Seed Savers Project - Structure Orotrasparente, silver chain untreated, magnets, poppy
Seed Savers Project - Growing gold – Structure Orotrasparente, silver chain untreated, magnets, marigold
Structure Orotrasparente, Japanese organza
Structure Orotrasparente, gold, Japanese organza
Sabato, 12 Gennaio 2019 10:22

Liana Pattihis

United Kingdom

The ritual of fusing the enamels is painstakingly precise, almost regimented. Applying the enamel freely but purposefully however, allows the material not only to decorate a piece, but to be instrumental in its creation, its appearance and its function. My designs evolve through a dialogue between my source inspiration and the creative potential of the enamel. The versatility of the material is what attracts me the most as it gives an organic feel to my work. My response to the way in which the materials fuse together is intuitive and impromptu. With each layer the enamel adds form, structure and substance to the piece. The natural fragility of the material exudes a new found strength, richness in texture and an acquired preciousness at the same time as the precious metal chain is slowly buried into obscurity. The inquisitive attention, tactile approach and numerous juxtapositions, provoke a sense of preciousness in my jewellery that is understated and enigmatic.

‘Liana’s work has both an immediate and an ancient quality. It looks effortless and elemental: both sumptuous and scabby. The processes Liana uses in making her jewellery are ones of building and burying. Layer upon layer of enamel slowly obscure the foundation of silver chains, forming a vitreous crust that is raw, crackly and uneven. The surfaces are reminiscent of rough ceramic glazes or thick oil paint, and are far from those required by traditional enamelling, which insists on thin and even layers protected by thin walls of metal. Liana’s work shows a healthy disregard for these traditions – her way is inside out, upside down, wrong way round – enamels that are fused to a seemingly unstable base, which surround the fine and delicate metal links, encapsulating them and rendering them inflexible. The natural quality of the surface gives a feel of a much earlier age, yet buried under the enamel are anonymous, potentially unattractive, silver chains of this age of mass production. The point of delight is, not only that unique, colourful and exciting pieces of jewellery are created, but that the rules of enamelling have been broken and rewritten so successfully. It has been a pleasure to watch Liana’s jewellery grow in strength and stature over the last few years.’ Caroline Broadhead


Side by Side Necklace 2018. Silver Chains, 2 silver plated dessert forks, Enamel
Picking Up The Pieces Necklace 2018. Porcelain pieces from a cup and saucer set, Silver Chain, Low firing Enamel. L113.5cm
La Ginestra Spoon Object, Cynara Bud Spoon Brooch and Roots Spoon Brooch, 2018. Silver Dessert Spoons, Silver Chains, Enamel, St. Steel
La Ginestra Brooch, 2018. Silver Chains, Enamel, St. Steel. L20cm x W11cm
Mendoza Brooch 01 02 03 04, 2017. Silver Chains, Enamel, St. Steel.
Verde Brooch, 2017. Silver Chains Enamel, St. Steel. L14cm x W8cm
Sicily Brooch, 2016. Silver Chain, Found Brass Objects, Enamel, Stainless Steel L16cm x W10.5cm
Mimosa Fall Necklace, 2016. Silver Cable Chain, Silver Trace Chain, Silver Cable Chain, Enamel. L92 cm
Pink Spring Necklace, 2016. Silver Chains, Enamel. L98cm
Orange Bloom Brooch 2017. Various Silver Chains, Enamel, St. Steel. L12cm x W9.5cm
Martedì, 08 Gennaio 2019 08:17

Paola Siciliano


Creo gioielli e li realizzo completamente a mano con l’uso di tecniche artigianali tradizionali. Nel mio lavoro utilizzo spesso l’oro giallo abbinato all’argento ossidato martellato per ottenere forti contrasti di colore e di superfici sempre diverse. L’intento è quello di realizzare ornamenti piacevoli da toccare e soprattutto da indossare i miei pezzi sono di chiara ispirazione mediterranea, le mie radici sono campane… ma amo pensare che trasmettano anche qualcosa di più profondo, che provengono da un luogo ideale della mente: dalla mia passione per i viaggi traggano suggestioni che diventano materia. Il mio lavoro è quindi frutto dell’incontro tra la tradizione orafa mediterranea e le contaminazioni stilistiche contemporanee.






Collana scaglie madreperla con argento martellato, dorato
Bracciale con perle australiane tecnica cera persa
Bracciale linea "Disco"
Collana in Pietra Lavica
Spilla "Terra di confine"in argento fritto con idrotermale
Anello "Onda Anomala" in argento, turchese e madreperla