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l'Orafo Italiano Magazine l'Orafo Italiano February/March 2017 Back Issue

English 1 Reviews   •  English   •   Women's Interest (Lifestyle & Fashion)
In this issue: Desires: Precious watches from the Geneva SIHH; Jewellery inspired by the four elements; New movies and the Hollywood’s rétro allure. People & Brands: Some example of intergenerational handover in jewellery companies. Heritage: From East End to Mayfair, how Laurence Graff became the King of gems; D’Elia: over 150 years of history in the workmanship of corals, cameos, pearls; Unique pieces and beautiful Art Nouveau jewels on show in the most important European museums. Visual: Two excellences of Made in Italy, wines and jewels; Cecil Beaton’s illustrations become the perfect set for high jewellery. Focus on China market with an interview with Maurizio Palmisciano; A preview of Baselworld and Hong Kong fairs; Reports from VicenzaOro, Homi and Istanbul Jewelry Show.
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l'Orafo Italiano February/March 2017 In this issue: Desires: Precious watches from the Geneva SIHH; Jewellery inspired by the four elements; New movies and the Hollywood’s rétro allure. People & Brands: Some example of intergenerational handover in jewellery companies. Heritage: From East End to Mayfair, how Laurence Graff became the King of gems; D’Elia: over 150 years of history in the workmanship of corals, cameos, pearls; Unique pieces and beautiful Art Nouveau jewels on show in the most important European museums. Visual: Two excellences of Made in Italy, wines and jewels; Cecil Beaton’s illustrations become the perfect set for high jewellery. Focus on China market with an interview with Maurizio Palmisciano; A preview of Baselworld and Hong Kong fairs; Reports from VicenzaOro, Homi and Istanbul Jewelry Show.


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In this issue: Desires: Precious watches from the Geneva SIHH; Jewellery inspired by the four elements; New movies and the Hollywood’s rétro allure. People & Brands: Some example of intergenerational handover in jewellery companies. Heritage: From East End to Mayfair, how Laurence Graff became the King of gems; D’Elia: over 150 years of history in the workmanship of corals, cameos, pearls; Unique pieces and beautiful Art Nouveau jewels on show in the most important European museums. Visual: Two excellences of Made in Italy, wines and jewels; Cecil Beaton’s illustrations become the perfect set for high jewellery. Focus on China market with an interview with Maurizio Palmisciano; A preview of Baselworld and Hong Kong fairs; Reports from VicenzaOro, Homi and Istanbul Jewelry Show.
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When you say Italy you say jewellery: in an italian jewel fashion, beauty and taste are the expression of that tradition, craftsmanship and culture people all over the world love and aspire to.

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Since 1946 l’Orafo Italiano magazine tells you everything you need and like to know about jewellery and watches, new designs and future trends, leading personalities of the jewellery world and top manufacturers. It gives you data and information about consumers’ attitude and the sector’s economy. It reports from the most important trade fairs and much much more.

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The layouts are beautiful. I can keep on the latest jewelry trends with l'Orafo Italiano. I enjoy the magazine immensely. Reviewed Monday, 21 December 2020