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Although inspired by antiquity, he reinterprets to produce heavy chains, delicate earrings and bracelets that incorporate actual fragments of ancient Rome. Bronze coins, cameos, even bits of imperial glass are often his starting points. The results are pieces that feel traditional yet fresh at the same time. Just what I want when it comes to the real stuff.
Drawing heavily on ancient Roman and Etruscan designs, Massimo Maria Melis jewelry will carry you back in time. Working with 21-carat gold, he often incorporates antique coins in many of his exquisite bracelets and necklaces. Some of his pieces are done with an ancient technique, much-loved by the Etruscans, in which tiny gold droplets are fused together to create intricately patterned designs.