Jewelry Designer: Rome 2006


While walking between the Piazza Navonna and the Spanish Steps, we encountered this small jewelry store which was situated on a small narrow street packed with pedestrians. It caught Sharon’s eye because the jewelery on display was unlike any of the other stores on the street. This stuff was more like sculpture than jewelry and each item was displayed on a small revolving display tray which filled the entire window. Oh ya, the place was the size of a small bus shelter. In it were a father (the designer) and son (customer relations) and two chairs. You had to be buzzed in because the store/studio was large enough for only two customers at a time.

So in this place was the studio, showroom and a maximum of four people which really filled the place. We bought a small necklace for Sharon (girls really like this stuff) took a few shots and left.

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