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Silvia Furmanovich might hail from Brazil, but she draws on a wealth of global inspirations in her jewellery collections. The designer’s ornate, exuberant designs take their cues from age-old artisanal techniques from countries that span India, Egypt, Japan, and Italy – alongside her native Brazil – to create pieces that make a dazzling statement. It could be said that jewellery design is in Silvia’s blood, with the jeweller having watched her father Salvador Longobardi at his craft as a goldsmith, while her Italian great-grandfather acted as a jeweller for the Vatican. She set up her own studio in 1997, and endeavours to spotlight both gold and precious stones in her designs, alongside more unexpected materials, such as woods and coral.
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