Scandinavian brands like Ganni might be taking over the fashion sphere (aka Instagram) with their prints and lovely dresses, but Italian jewelry brands should be on your radar when it comes to what you wear on your wrist, neck, and earlobes. Maybe it’s their deep history, influential culture, and skilled craftsmanship when it comes to the arts (and cuisine), but perhaps unsurprisingly, we only find beautiful and carefully crafted jewelry there. Whether you have a minimal aesthetic or prefer anything that’s in no way subdued, there is an Italian jewelry brand just for you. And since we’re in the age where we discover most of our brands through Instagram, we don’t need to actually cross the Atlantic Ocean to discover what’s making waves in Italy and what has slowly trickled its way already to our hemisphere.
From brands that are inspired by the Mediterranean and are sourced in Italy but made in the U.S. to others that your favorite Italian (and non-Italian) style stars have already approved of, we’ve hand-selected four of them below. So, scroll on down and add your favorites to your Saved folder on Instagram for future reference or to your carts for instant gratification, whichever makes your heart happy.
If you love handmade jewelry in silver or bronze, this brand is for you. Her unique pieces will surely grasp your attention and aesthetic.
Have you ever seen anything like it?
A nice twist to your usual bronze bangles.
With Bea Bongiasca's jewelry, each piece can be considered a piece of art. Her contemporary jewelry combines stones and enamels with classics like gold, silver, etc.
Every Italian already knows about this brand, and now it's about time that you do too. Their pieces are great for layering and creative combinations.
Add a bit of color to your outfit with this cute blue knot earrings.
You may have already seen this NY/Italian brand pop up in your Explore feed. Mediterraneo Studio's earrings can be described as subtle statements that are sourced and inspired by the Mediterranean.
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