"Contemporary jewels in the form of unique pieces or small collections, with ancient techniques, modern technologies, and the most free and careful experimentation."
Microfficina Via San Zanobi 94 / r Florence, since 1982 produces contemporary jewelry in the form of unique pieces or small collections, with ancient techniques, modern technologies, and the most free and careful experimentation. The materials used together with gold and silver are not only those of traditional jewelry but also iron, plastic, wood ... All that stimulates the creator's imagination. The owner Federico Vianello, born in Venice in 1957, is basically self-taught but today teaches jewelery making courses accredited by American universities, and for other public and private schools. From 2002 to 2008 he was a lecturer in the goldsmith accessories course for the faculty of architecture in Florence. Some of his jewels are part of the permanent collection of the Museo degli Argenti of Palazzo Pitti in Florence, others have been published in international magazines and books.