Oro in Arezzo: A Jeweler’s Perspective

The manufacturers of Arezzo are best known for their production of chain, if not necessarily for innovation in the design of "value added" jewelry. But to expand their markets, gain recognition, and develop a more rounded profile among the world's jewelry markets they have begun testing the waters with leading-edge designs and couture. What I saw. One such company, Zucchelli, has produced a line of men's jewelry that features specially treated leather elements combined with 18k yellow or white or two-tone gold. Other companies, such as Vezarro, Comero, and Neri, have embraced the "bigger is better" design philosophy, creating large pieces that retain their light weight and femininity. One feature to watch for is an increase in the use of nontraditional materials in impressive jewelry pieces. OroArrezo offered many examples—carbon fiber, for example, commonly used in the production
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