Madina Visconti di Modrone

Nature and jewelry: these are the two passions of Italian jeweler Madina Visconti. She allows herself to be inspired directly by nature and the lines and shapes of its forms, an interest that goes back to her childhood in the garden in Grazzano Visconti, near Piacenza, where she reveled in the many varieties of flowers and plants. Following in the footsteps of her mother, the first in the family to transform her love of all things precious into jewelry, the 25-year-old designer combines these organic influences with her keen sense of style. Ranging in size from small earrings to large necklaces, almost always made of bronze and silver, she works by hand using the ancient art of lost-wax casting. Her collection starts with ivy headbands and flowers. These one-of-a-kind pieces offer a harmonious synthesis of a contemporary look at the future and a refined past. 


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