The designs were sleek and stunning, skillfully crafted and finished. Damiani developed interesting methods for cutting stones and often set those stones in the sides of a ring's band, visible only to the wearer — a secret treasure to admire when one peeked. Often the eponymous maker's mark "D" appeared akimbo, so as to look like a design element, rather than a signature.
Today's lines are quite diverse — from collections that drip cascades of diamonds to the simplest bracelets constructed from a black leather cord, with one shiny, 9K rose gold charm hanging from it. The charms might be a heart, clover, locket, bird, horseshoe, or key, and each is usually set with a tiny diamond. In between there are lines that could only be characterized as contemporary Italian — sleek, graceful, masterly, and chic. Craftsmanship is always paramount and flawless. These are pieces you could wear inside out, they are made so cleanly.
The company has garnered countless honors, among them 18 De Beers Diamond International Awards. read more >>