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Haec Ornamenta Mea

Contemporary jewellery pieces and accessories designed by the industrial designer Odo Fioravanti.
These pieces are inspired by mechanical parts, fluid geometric shapes and natural forms, and developed with a strong attention to the quality of the 3D and are available in many cool materials.













In the ancient Rome, Cornelia was famous beacuse she was the Gracchi brothers' mother. She was famous for her minimal style, compared with the common style of that time. Once she was asked why she was not wearing jewels and onraments and she anwered pointing at her sons: "Haec ornamenta mea" that translated from Latin means "These are my ornaments" or "These are my jewels". She wanted to say that her most precious things were her sons.
After several experiences designing jewels, I decided to open a shop on Shapeways to sell unique designs. I'm a great fan of Shapeways and of digital fabrication and really believe that this processes are changing the game.
Haec ornamenta mea.


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