To be the first leading “green” company in the  jewelry sector, inspired by classical art and culture, which through  new on-line sales techniques and the 3D printing is able to produce and sell only what is actually required, thus avoiding waste of material and machining.


The rediscovery of the jewel’s intrinsic value, no longer as a model imposed only by fashion and trends, but as a precious and unique object, which has its roots in and draws nourishment from art and culture, and is developed with modern 3D printing technology allowing the creation of jewels perfect in their form and details.


This collection has been designed by Mario Montecchi who is daily inspired, by the artistic beauty of our country.

Born in the beautiful Etruscan city of Arezzo, he has created a collection inspired by his surrounding world, and moved by the rediscovery of lines and shapes, which are ancient and modern at the same time.

 “Timeless” jewels, produced entirely with the latest and most sophisticated technology, allow the perfection of the art and drawings of this ancient people to be even more fully appreciated.

“Timeless” jewels are born with the precise purpose of bringing new life not only to the exquisite goldsmithing art of our Ancestors, but their Art in all its expressions, their beliefs and their culture.

“Timeless” jewels are unique pieces where  the art of goldsmithing merges with sculpture and painting in a unique style created with new design and processing technologies (Rhinoceros and 3D printing).


It includes the following parure:


The second Parure is inspired by a floral motif that we find in the art of clay craftsmanship, of which the Etruscans were masters, and takes its name from the Goddess of the Forest.


The Turan Parure takes its name from the Etruscan Goddess Turan, Goddess of Beauty and Love. Its main themes are birds, fishes and mythological animals, evoking the relationship between Etruscan symbolism and the human world.


The Nethuns parure recalls one of the elements to which the Etruscans, also called “Tyrrhenians”,  were most  attached and which is depicted in many of their sculptural and pictorial works: the sea. Inspired by the geometrically perfect movement of the waves, it couldn’t help but take the name of “Nethuns”, God of the Sea.