The first edition of the Milan Jewelry Week took place from October 24th to 27th 2019, with an engaging and varied calendar that counted 90 different events at more than 60 locations – high jewelery ateliers, goldsmith workshops, academies and art galleries, schools and design showrooms and fashion boutiques – attended by around 40,000 people from Italy and abroad. Artistar Jewels 2019 Fall Edition was certainly the heart of the event, astonishing the visitors of Palazzo Bovara with over 500 creations on display. The public was enchanted not only by the international nature of the event, which was able to unite artists from all over the world, but also by the variety of techniques represented, as well as the refinement and originality of the materials. The three winners who were awarded the Artist Jewels Award and who can therefore participate for free in the 2020 edition are Florentine goldsmith Alessandro Dari, Czech Petra Mohylova and Russian duo PalladinGoldTM and Tatyana Kholodnova.
Folling this great success, on December 6th and 7th, the Milano Jewellery Tour returns, a project founded by teacher and communications consultant Eugenia Gadaleta. The intent is to show in a brand new way ateliers, galleries, goldsmith workshops, historic stores, highly selected jewelery events, through a narrative path that will lead small groups of jewellery lovers to discover little-known places of excellence. The next scheduled tour will be January 24th and 25th 2020.

Stefania Tortella –  Synergia necklace
Leonor Silva Jewellery – OMG I Can’t Resist Chariot Necklace
Queenie Cao – Amor eyewear
Olga Kazakova – Dark waters set – Black Katran necktie, Sea Stranger brooch
Telma Aguiar Jewelry