Enchantment. This is the feeling you get in Venice. Every street, every corner is rich of magic. Games of light are created between the buildings and water of the canals. Poetic reflections.
The Salvadori designers are inspired by the emotions emanated by the lagoon. They absorb its energy and set free their designs.
One of the most important monuments of the Ancient Serenissima is the Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) found in St Mark’s Square. It contains priceless beauties such as works by Tiziano, Tiepolo, Veronese and Tintoretto’s “Paradise”. The ground floor colonnade is decorated with thirty-six capitals recounting the adventures of knights and ladies, emperors, arts and crafts, customs and habits.
Salvadori’s designer created the Ducale Collection by looking at those airy alternations of matter, four-leaf clovers above the arches and succession of twisted marble details, cherubs and foliage of the Porta Della Carta.
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Earrings, bracelets, medallions and cuffs. Small miniature sculptures that preserve the characteristics of Venetian Gothic architecture. They tell stories of distant countries and unsolved mysteries.
The fretwork of the quatrefoil arches of the Palazzo Ducale loggia and the architectural motif of its entrance door, Porta Della Carta, mould and shape the gold, which is embellished by a multitude of diamonds.
Ducale is a tribute to the ancient Serenissima. A collection of precious jewels, representing moments of love and serenity.