Asia Jewellers showcased Palmiero’s ‘40 Years – When Jewellery Meets Art’ collection at The Merchant House Bahrain.
Asia Jewellers, one of Bahrain’s best known jewellers, recently hosted an exclusive VIP event for the artistic Italian jewellery house Palmiero. Lovers of high-end jewellery gathered at the Merchant House Manama to see the latest collection by Palmiero.
Carlo Palmiero, the designer and founder of the jewellery brand Palmiero, attended the event to meet the jewellery collectors and introduce the ’40 Years – When Jewellery Meets Art’ collection. 40 years in the making since 1979, Palmiero’s jewels are unique objects, characterised by a refined and unmistakable style. Recognisable at first glance, Palmiero’s designs present incredible creative ideas transformed into inimitable shapes and colours – genuine pieces of jewellery art.
Palmiero’s jewellery and jewellery watches collections stem from a tradition of producing a limited number of pieces and completely unique designs, providing Palmiero clients the privilege of choosing a very personal piece. The designs are inspired by geometric shapes, nature, a dew drop on a blade of grass, or artistic references to the style of the great 20th century painters. Whatever the inspiration; genius, skill and passion shine through each piece, making them timeless precious objects, in a flawless union of past and present. Every single creation is entirely made in Italy at the leading jewellery making atelier in Valenza, considered to be the capital for Italian high jewellery. Each creation is personally followed by Mr. Palmiero from the design to the finished piece.
“The creation of a jewel and its uniqueness go well beyond designing its shape. Every element is fundamentally important for the success of every new creation. When a piece is created, I take care of every phase of its manufacturing, from the design and the material selection to the actual manufacture, by working together with a selected team of highly qualified designers, jewellery artists and artisans,” explains Mr. Palmiero.
To observe the breast cancer awareness month, part of the event proceeds were donated to Think Pink Bahrain Breast Cancer Society, a Bahraini non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the kingdom in regards to breast cancer awareness, education, and care.