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Daniela Vettori is a goldsmith and artist, born in Rome into a family of creative professionals. In the 1970s she moved to Vicenza to set up her business, where she still works today.
Her workshop is located just outside the Palladian Basilica. Here she makes precious jewellery designed to meet an ideal concept of beauty, with a direct and emotional approach to modelling gold and silver. She produces unique creations based on her artist’s imagination as well as designing jewellery together with her customers and transforming unused jewellery.
Daniela’s creations are appreciated for their great originality and are in demand for exhibitions and fairs of artistic jewellery all over the world, from the US to Japan. Ten years ago Daniela’s daughter Margherita decided to follow in her mother’s footsteps and joined the family company where she currently works.

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Lines inspired by uncustomary forms of nature

The workshop of Daniela and Margherita is found in the heart of Vicenza, between the tripartite windows that Andrea Palladio created for the city, ...

The workshop of Daniela and Margherita is found in the heart of Vicenza, between the tripartite windows that Andrea Palladio created for the city, transforming it from its Roman tradition to become a showcase of the Renaissance. And it is precisely in the crib of art and culture that we find these artistic creations in gold and silver, their forms inspired by the uncustomary forms of the precious stones to echo their nature, a unique fascination that expresses its uniqueness in time. The entire production process is conducted in the workshop, from wax modelling to the finishing, their jewellery pieces are seen not only as an ornament but as something symbolising the enormous force that they harbour: wearing these pieces, we enter into profound contact with our inner self.

User June 2021