Italy + Mio Ring
AUGUST 30, 2017
The time has come for Aglaia Jewelry to recharge the batteries and get ready for many fall projects and challenges!
So, what better to do so than going to Italy? :)
Actually it will be a mix&match of work and pleasure, with endless sources of inspiration and discoveries, blooming of collaborations,surprises here and there to bring home -on this side-, some new contacts, a lot of family and friends and some relax, too!
The last Italian trip was less than a year ago but it feels like ages...
If I'd have been asked to make a list of what I'm looking forward to, I would definitely go like this:
- Hug my loved ones and spend time with them
- Speak my language
- Export ideas and plan to bring to life
- Visit beloved cities and admire breathtaking views
- Laugh, laugh, laugh
- Make endless gestures (being fully understood)
- Drink amazing espressos like there is no tomorrow
- and, of course, EAT GREAT FOOD :)
BEFORE I GO YOU NEED TO KNOW
THAT THE ONLINE STORE WILL BE UP AND TAKING ORDERS BUT I WON'T BE ABLE TO WORK ON THEM UNTIL THE FIRST WEEK OF OCTOBER.
PROMISE, IT WILL BE WORTH IT!
The Duomo of Milan, Lake Como(photo by Paolo Margari) and view of Lake Como and from Sacro Monte, Varese.
This is the area where I come from in the Lombardy region.
Marzamemi in Sicily region and Riccetto di Candelo (photo by Cinqueottouno), Biella, Piedmont region, will be among other beauties we'll visit.
So please, follow me on Instagram as will surely share interesting stories ;)
I want to share with you the latest MIO RING, created with much love and a beautiful .54ct Emerald and recycled Sterling Silver.
Compared to the one with Gold it has a totally different look.
I wonder how it would look with that warmer shade of 18K white gold.
(This super close-up of my hand makes me feel like I have chicken hands! But I promise, they are normal looking ;)
Soon I will be packing and I can't deny the excitement (even if flying with a 3 yo could be really challenging!)
Hopefully I'll manage to share a lovely newsletter from Italy.....Let's stay in touch!
*Disclaimer: None of the picture of the Italian cities is mine.
I indicated the author where possible and suggested a link.