Founded in Milan in 1967, Pomellato was the first goldsmith's house to introduce the concept of prêt-à-porter into the world of jewelry, offering luxury goods with a strong personality. Always experimenting with courage, the brand has often found inspiration in new and stimulating fields. This is how Pomellato's vision ventured beyond its Milanese workshop in search of Japanese expertise and craftsmanship. In Venice, Pomellato offers an exclusive in-store experience: the unique opportunity to imagine and create one's own jewel using the Japanese technique of Origami, in a dialogue between cultures and materials, tradition and innovation.
Pomellato: the unmistakable design of an unconventional stylePomellato was founded in Milan in 1967 by Pino Rabolini – the heir to his family’s goldsmith legacy - as the jewelry brand for the independent woman, introducing the prêt-à-porter philosophy into a traditionally conservative world. Renowned for a sparkling creativity, a bold use of coloured gems and the Italian craftsmanship, each Pomellato jewel is handcrafted by expert goldsmiths in Milan. Pomellato’s immediately recognizable collections range from the House signature Nudo, with its “naked” coloured stones, to the goldsmithing creations of Iconica and Catene. The brand has successfully evolved into High Jewelry, creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces for La Gioia. A social and environmental frontrunner, Pomellato has championed many initiatives to combat violence against women and support their empowerment. Pomellato uses only ethically-mined gold in a costant commitment to the theme of eco-sustainability and investment in the traceability of the stones and diamonds.
A free audio guide, available to stream from 10 April to 1 May, will enhance your experience of Homo Faber in Citta. Discover more about Venice, its crafts workshops and its heritage as a city of craftsmanship, to complement your personal tour.Listen
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