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Ansuini Rigid Bracelet
Ansuini, 1960s

18 Kt white gold and platinum rigid bracelet set with sapphires and diamonds

Regular price $9,125 USD
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Brand: Ansuini

Metal: 18K White Gold, Platinum

Stone Details: Diamonds and sapphires

Dimensions: 55 mm

Weight: 46.5 g

Circa: 1960s
Reference: BVJ777 View full details
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The Ansuini goldsmith tradition started at the beginning of the 19th century with Giovanni, son of the administrator of the Duke Caetani lands in Tuscia, a region north of Rome. Giovanni’s father found, by chance, some Etruscan furnishings and jewels of precious workmanship, and took care of their recovery with such great skill that the Duke decided to entrust him with the management of all excavations in the Tuscia region. Giovanni returned in Rome in 1860 and founded his jewelry shop in Piazza Navona. Thanks to the accuracy, elegance and quality of his works, he became the jeweler of the Roman aristocracy.

In 1914 Giovanni’s son Nicola, moved the jewelry shop position to Corso Vittorio Emanuele at Palazzo Massimo, where it is still now operating. The most important orders were carried out for the Royal Family, the Aristocracy and the Vatican. In awrite-up of a December 1913 fashion magazine, Nicola is cited as deserving “fame for his skillful production of jewels and silverware."