Tagliamonte Classic Collection
What would history be without love or passion?
In this beautiful intaglio we can see two figures: Eros - the god of love - and Clio - muse of history and daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne (power and memory). Eros is offering his contribution to history’s celebration, which in this case is a cup containing the nectar of youth and love.
History relates to our passion. Memory connects us to those passions that animated our past. Forgetting our past and history means forgetting our passions; what would life be without them?
Very last day on TVSN. Here is a little preview… I just looooove this bracelet!
One of my top favourite from today’s show at TVSN. Elegant look and classic style that will never go out of fashion!
Here is one of my favourite piece for this show… Stay tuned!
Our first sold out of the day!
Soon on air on TVSN! You can watch us in streaming here: https://www.itvsn.com.au/include/oecgi2.php/index?site_id=ITVSN&webserver=www.itvsn.com.au just click on LIVE TV!
Here is the schedule:
Wednsday 20th: 11:30 to 1:30 + 6:30 to 7:30
Thursday 21st: 1:30 to 3:30
Friday 22nd: 12:30 to 2:30
Saturday 23rd: 1:30 to 2:30
Tagliamonte can be considered the only firm in the world that manufactures Venetian Cameos. Its exclusivity is not limited to the production in itself, but includes the masterful use of a “classical” iconography repertory. Tagliamonte products with their fascinating forms are a kind of seduction that belongs to another age.
Tagliamonte is bringing back a manufacturing style as old as Mesopotamia. Vitreous pastes moulded into cameos or intaglios, are a part of jewellery history that in recent years has been largely forgotten. The style can be traced back as far as the Mesopotamians, but was further developed by craftsmen from the ancient Roman colony of Aquileia.
This two earrings are part of a set and they go very well with the necklace I posted before. All sold out as well even before going on-air! I love them!