Quarantotto has workshops in Florence, Italy and Japan and combines the unique sensibility of a Japanese designer with traditional Italian techniques and reliable Japanese technology . Quarantotto calls this Made with Italy.
In the workshop located near the famous Ponte Vecchio bridge in Florence, , Florentine carving and openworking are carried out by skilled craftsmen who devote their passion to the daily creation of jewelry.
Quarantotto jewelry uses Florentine carving, a traditional Italian technique dating back to the Renaissance .
The unique carving knife is used to create a variety of expressions, from powerful light to a silky smooth luster.
Aika Fushimi Aika Fushimi
Spent her childhood drawing freely and creating stories .
While in college, she became interested in French tombstone sculpture and studied its history.
Later, she focused on jewelry, painting and creating stories.
In order to improve his skills he went to Florence, Italy and trained at a workshop specializing in engraving, stone setting, and design.
At Quarantot, we have in-house gemologists who are GIA GG (Gemological Institute of America Gemology Graduate) certified by the world's leading gemological grading agency All materials are procured, inspected and sorted under strict standards.