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I absolutely love these earrings. The design is unusual and whimsical. Very well made. Great addition to my earring collection. Striking in appearance.

– Margaret on Heart Earrings


Saw this ring on a Pinterest i think. I like the way it bends at the knuckle and it is gold and silver so it won't change colors on your finger. Happy with it! – Jamie Young on The Future Eve Ring 

SUPER EARRINGS! - Silver Geometrics Earrings

I spent a bit more on these than i wanted to.. but i couldn't resist! I went to this store in Chicago and when the sales girl told me Lady Gaga had the same earrings (love her) I had to! - J.J. on Silver Geometrics Earrings


This necklace goes with anything, and can be layered with other necklaces too! Really cute but also totally unique!! - Jackson Olenick on Teeth Brackets Pendant Silver Necklace

Coral Brooch

Nice brooch, very pretty and hand made. Looks nice on a blazer like in the picture. Thank you – Samantha Stouble on Blue Coral Isle Brooch


Laura Volpi, set designer and sculptor, graduated at the Milan Brera Academy. She met and collaborated with Davide De Paoli, who initiated her to the potentialities of plate sculpture, along with Arnaldo Pomodoro, who brought her to explore sculptural volumes and light vibrations. Ross Lovegrove is a further valuable source of inspiration to her as well. A wide range of proposals, creativity lines and her ability to focus on pure research makes her an important designer of contemporary Italian jewel.

Can a jewel hold out the plastic and graphic dimensions of a sculpture?

Laura has been experimenting and seeking answers for 25 years. The first influential contacts were with Davide De Paoli, who initiated her to the potentialities of plate sculpture, and with Arnaldo Pomodoro, whom she could meet through a scholarship. During the collaboration with Pomodoro which lasted a few years, she had the opportunity to explore sculptural volumes and light vibrations.

Something began in London with her first loves: Henry Moore and Burri. Moore enthralled her with the study and simplification of volumes, even in monumental dimensions; of Burri she loves his rough and daring materiality. A most recent coup de foudre is Ross Lovegrove and his research about the transmutation of organic matters.