Inside Monica Castiglioni’s New Jewelry Atelier in Ortigia, Italy

Photography by Sebastiano Pitruzzello.

To revisit her Sicilian roots, has opened a showroom/shop, her third, on the Italian island of Ortigia. Occupying an 11th-century, 1,000-square-foot basso, or old house, it’s where tradition and innovation collide: Alongside her well-known Pistilli family of bronze jewelry and sculptures are rings, bracelets, and necklaces that have been 3-D printed in polyamide, a collaboration with Fabio Ciciani. It marks a new stage in Castiglioni’s ever-evolving, multihyphenate career. “I love,” she says, “venturing into the unknown.”

Photography by Monica Castiglioni.
Photography by Sebastiano Pitruzzello.
Photography by Monica Castiglioni.
Photography by Monica Castiglioni.
Photography by Monica Castiglioni.
Photography by Monica Castiglioni.

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