Damiani International Awards

Damiani jewelry features the excellent quality acknowledged worldwide. Each jewel comes to life through the commendable craftsmanship ability and the endless passion of master goldsmiths, enclosing within all the artistic value of the best Italian jewelry tradition.Over the years the Damiani Group received many prestigious Italian and International acknowledgements and it still is the unmatched record holder of 18 Diamonds International Awards.
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Onda Marina, 1988: bubbling with light and harmonious in movement, this bracelet is a precious wave that unfolds in elegant spirals. Illuminated by 644 brilliant and baguette diamonds totaling 46.21 carats, Onda Marina achieves a spectacular material effect.

Onda Marina, 1988: bubbling with light and harmonious in movement, this bracelet is a precious wave that unfolds in elegant spirals. Illuminated by 644 brilliant and baguette diamonds totaling 46.21 carats, Onda Marina achieves a spectacular material effect.

Spaziale, 1988: this necklace is distinguished by the contrast of the materials and the avant-garde purity of the lines. The swing-away bands are in satin-finish platinum and yellow gold, studded with 646 brilliant-cut diamonds and 476 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 127.68 carats. The solution adopted for the closure is innovative, giving comfort and satisfaction to the wearer, as the rigid, solid collier opens in two.

Spaziale, 1988: this necklace is distinguished by the contrast of the materials and the avant-garde purity of the lines. The swing-away bands are in satin-finish platinum and yellow gold, studded with 646 brilliant-cut diamonds and 476 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 127.68 carats. The solution adopted for the closure is innovative, giving comfort and satisfaction to the wearer, as the rigid, solid collier opens in two.

Caresse, 1992: this ring is pure light emanated by pure diamonds set in 17.30 grams of platinum and 10.20 grams of yellow gold. A fascinating effect of the baguettes chasing each other around the central triangular diamond of 6.02 carats, vanishing point and meeting point of the light of this jewel - the final effect is like a supple enveloping caress, like a full and luminous embrace.

Caresse, 1992: this ring is pure light emanated by pure diamonds set in 17.30 grams of platinum and 10.20 grams of yellow gold. A fascinating effect of the baguettes chasing each other around the central triangular diamond of 6.02 carats, vanishing point and meeting point of the light of this jewel - the final effect is like a supple enveloping caress, like a full and luminous embrace.

Sahara, 1996: Sahara is a unique bracelet, inspired by the movement of the rippling dunes and the dazzling light of infinite mirages. Suggesting the impalpable movements of the desert with white gold requires refined goldsmith ability, while entrusting the magic of unreal contours to the light of 1,865 diamonds requires elevated gemological sensitivity and knowledge of the best setting techniques. Sahara is creative imagination of the goldsmiths’ art and gemological quality.

Sahara, 1996: Sahara is a unique bracelet, inspired by the movement of the rippling dunes and the dazzling light of infinite mirages. Suggesting the impalpable movements of the desert with white gold requires refined goldsmith ability, while entrusting the magic of unreal contours to the light of 1,865 diamonds requires elevated gemological sensitivity and knowledge of the best setting techniques. Sahara is creative imagination of the goldsmiths’ art and gemological quality.

Bermude, 1988: ring of 30 baguette cut diamonds chasing one another along two tracks, in platinum or yellow gold, converging in the surprising center.

Bermude, 1988: ring of 30 baguette cut diamonds chasing one another along two tracks, in platinum or yellow gold, converging in the surprising center.

Twins, 1996: a spectacular ring in yellow gold, undulating with a double band of 118 pure baguette-cut diamonds for a total of seven carats. The particularity of this ring is its three-dimensional aspect, which also illustrates the setting of the diamonds in the side thickness of the jewel and underlines the effect of luminous, precious waves.

Twins, 1996: a spectacular ring in yellow gold, undulating with a double band of 118 pure baguette-cut diamonds for a total of seven carats. The particularity of this ring is its three-dimensional aspect, which also illustrates the setting of the diamonds in the side thickness of the jewel and underlines the effect of luminous, precious waves.

Piovra, 1990: free creative imagination gave life to this original, unexpected, and unparalleled bracelet. The stunning design is enhanced by an extraordinary number of diamonds: 958 pure gems totaling 80.63 carats. In platinum and yellow gold, Piovra recalls the mysterious charm of the deep sea with its variously undulating surfaces that play with the lines of the metal, the light of the diamonds, and the shadows of the slate, an unusual material in jewelry.

Piovra, 1990: free creative imagination gave life to this original, unexpected, and unparalleled bracelet. The stunning design is enhanced by an extraordinary number of diamonds: 958 pure gems totaling 80.63 carats. In platinum and yellow gold, Piovra recalls the mysterious charm of the deep sea with its variously undulating surfaces that play with the lines of the metal, the light of the diamonds, and the shadows of the slate, an unusual material in jewelry.

Blue Moon, 1996: the half moon, a very old jewelry motif and a dream symbol for excellence, is the inspiration for these earrings, dedicated to dreams. The part in yellow gold represents the lunar profile upon which sparkle 13.9 carats of diamonds set in white gold, which seem suspended in space. The particular closure of the earrings continues the motif into the rear of the lobe, producing an illusory effect that seems to challenge the laws of physics.

Blue Moon, 1996: the half moon, a very old jewelry motif and a dream symbol for excellence, is the inspiration for these earrings, dedicated to dreams. The part in yellow gold represents the lunar profile upon which sparkle 13.9 carats of diamonds set in white gold, which seem suspended in space. The particular closure of the earrings continues the motif into the rear of the lobe, producing an illusory effect that seems to challenge the laws of physics.

Blow Balls, 1994: a tapestry of woven platinum, pink gold and yellow gold ribbons forming a chromatic game, illuminated by the white light of 280 diamonds. It is the harmony of semi spherical shapes, skillfully created by alternating full and empty volumes. They are earrings that the extremely sophisticated goldsmith's art has made as aerial as breath and light as lace, weaving them to create a very precious tapestry.

Blow Balls, 1994: a tapestry of woven platinum, pink gold and yellow gold ribbons forming a chromatic game, illuminated by the white light of 280 diamonds. It is the harmony of semi spherical shapes, skillfully created by alternating full and empty volumes. They are earrings that the extremely sophisticated goldsmith's art has made as aerial as breath and light as lace, weaving them to create a very precious tapestry.

Flash, 1992: an imposing bracelet emerges from a "flash" of yellow gold, coloured gold and platinum, illuminated by brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, combining a captivating and aggressive design with a surprising richness of materials: 88.59 carats of diamonds, 184 grams of platinum and 188.30 grams of gold. What appears to be simply a magnificent expression of strength and vitality is an extremely difficult achievement of goldsmith's art.

Flash, 1992: an imposing bracelet emerges from a "flash" of yellow gold, coloured gold and platinum, illuminated by brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, combining a captivating and aggressive design with a surprising richness of materials: 88.59 carats of diamonds, 184 grams of platinum and 188.30 grams of gold. What appears to be simply a magnificent expression of strength and vitality is an extremely difficult achievement of goldsmith's art.


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Spaziale, 1988: this necklace is distinguished by the contrast of the materials and the avant-garde purity of the lines. The swing-away bands are in satin-finish platinum and yellow gold, studded with 646 brilliant-cut diamonds and 476 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 127.68 carats. The solution adopted for the closure is innovative, giving comfort and satisfaction to the wearer, as the rigid, solid collier opens in two.

Spaziale, 1988: this necklace is distinguished by the contrast of the materials and the avant-garde purity of the lines. The swing-away bands are in satin-finish platinum and yellow gold, studded with 646 brilliant-cut diamonds and 476 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 127.68 carats. The solution adopted for the closure is innovative, giving comfort and satisfaction to the wearer, as the rigid, solid collier opens in two.

Bloody Mary, 1986: Mary Tudor inspired this regal collier, which recalls the ancient collars of princely clothes. The woven effect is achieved through the chromatic variation of the burnished gold and yellow gold and the setting of 1,121 brilliant- and baguette-cut diamonds weighing an overall 87.98 carats. A demanding workmanship shaped the gold in a form of waves into which the gems are set. The final outcome is of stupefying elasticity, sitting naturally on the neck.

Bloody Mary, 1986: Mary Tudor inspired this regal collier, which recalls the ancient collars of princely clothes. The woven effect is achieved through the chromatic variation of the burnished gold and yellow gold and the setting of 1,121 brilliant- and baguette-cut diamonds weighing an overall 87.98 carats. A demanding workmanship shaped the gold in a form of waves into which the gems are set. The final outcome is of stupefying elasticity, sitting naturally on the neck.

Onda Marina, 1988: bubbling with light and harmonious in movement, this bracelet is a precious wave that unfolds in elegant spirals. Illuminated by 644 brilliant and baguette diamonds totaling 46.21 carats, Onda Marina achieves a spectacular material effect.

Onda Marina, 1988: bubbling with light and harmonious in movement, this bracelet is a precious wave that unfolds in elegant spirals. Illuminated by 644 brilliant and baguette diamonds totaling 46.21 carats, Onda Marina achieves a spectacular material effect.

Fireworks, 1994: a virtuous design for an equally virtuoso goldsmith technique: the platinum and pink gold form a double spiral twisting audaciously upwards. The supple movement of the ring is illuminated by 392 diamonds, for a total of 13.36 carats of extremely pure gems that shower all perspectives the jewel is seen from with light.

Fireworks, 1994: a virtuous design for an equally virtuoso goldsmith technique: the platinum and pink gold form a double spiral twisting audaciously upwards. The supple movement of the ring is illuminated by 392 diamonds, for a total of 13.36 carats of extremely pure gems that shower all perspectives the jewel is seen from with light.

Twins, 1996: a spectacular ring in yellow gold, undulating with a double band of 118 pure baguette-cut diamonds for a total of seven carats. The particularity of this ring is its three-dimensional aspect, which also illustrates the setting of the diamonds in the side thickness of the jewel and underlines the effect of luminous, precious waves.

Twins, 1996: a spectacular ring in yellow gold, undulating with a double band of 118 pure baguette-cut diamonds for a total of seven carats. The particularity of this ring is its three-dimensional aspect, which also illustrates the setting of the diamonds in the side thickness of the jewel and underlines the effect of luminous, precious waves.

The Wheel, 1998: a round bracelet in yellow gold illuminated by 380 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 42 carats. This is an essential and modern design, a decorative motif that recalls a chessboard, alternating gold and diamonds, for a soft, perfect creation.

The Wheel, 1998: a round bracelet in yellow gold illuminated by 380 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 42 carats. This is an essential and modern design, a decorative motif that recalls a chessboard, alternating gold and diamonds, for a soft, perfect creation.

Night and Day, 1994: a single plate of yellow gold, weighing 413.7 grams, holds an elaborate piece of work in blue enamel; on this precious "vault" shine yellow and white stars in relief, embellished with 659 diamonds for a total of 25.10 carats. Every star is created separately and fastened on the bracelet using a complex screw based system.

Night and Day, 1994: a single plate of yellow gold, weighing 413.7 grams, holds an elaborate piece of work in blue enamel; on this precious "vault" shine yellow and white stars in relief, embellished with 659 diamonds for a total of 25.10 carats. Every star is created separately and fastened on the bracelet using a complex screw based system.

Blow Balls, 1994: a tapestry of woven platinum, pink gold and yellow gold ribbons forming a chromatic game, illuminated by the white light of 280 diamonds. It is the harmony of semi spherical shapes, skillfully created by alternating full and empty volumes. They are earrings that the extremely sophisticated goldsmith's art has made as aerial as breath and light as lace, weaving them to create a very precious tapestry.

Blow Balls, 1994: a tapestry of woven platinum, pink gold and yellow gold ribbons forming a chromatic game, illuminated by the white light of 280 diamonds. It is the harmony of semi spherical shapes, skillfully created by alternating full and empty volumes. They are earrings that the extremely sophisticated goldsmith's art has made as aerial as breath and light as lace, weaving them to create a very precious tapestry.

Together, Damiani and Hidetoshi Nakata are supporting an important humanitarian project. The collection, with an innovative and eclectic design, is intended for the metropolitan man and is a range of jewelry inspired by the Metropolitan Dream collection, one of the Damiani musts. This exclusive jewelry has been presented in the Damiani boutique in Ginza in Tokyo.

Together, Damiani and Hidetoshi Nakata are supporting an important humanitarian project. The collection, with an innovative and eclectic design, is intended for the metropolitan man and is a range of jewelry inspired by the Metropolitan Dream collection, one of the Damiani musts. This exclusive jewelry has been presented in the Damiani boutique in Ginza in Tokyo.

Proud elegance of the Swan has inspired the design of this collection. Refined, linear architecture that recalls the Art Nouveau period highlights the dark, intense colours of the stones.

Proud elegance of the Swan has inspired the design of this collection. Refined, linear architecture that recalls the Art Nouveau period highlights the dark, intense colours of the stones.

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