Maria Diana

Italian jeweler Maria Diana aims to innovate without neglecting style. Diana learned her early ceramic processing techniques and design aesthetic from contemporary artist Maria Lai. After receiving a degree in architecture from Turin Polytechnic University, Diana started research on contemporary jewels and learned how to work grès stoneware, porcelain and metal. As she explores new frontiers in expression, Diana provides a modern interpretation of classic feminine jewelry by using unconventional materials. Her bracelets and necklaces are made of porcelain beads with inserts in gold and platinum.  Every piece brings together style, research, tradition and innovation. 


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