Antonia Miletto is an Italian jewelry
designer who has enjoyed a brilliant
30-year career between the very best
of worlds: Venice and New York.
With a background in gemology,
her mostly one-of-a kind
jewelry line elegantly
mastering in the
with the non-precious.
Ever since been a jewelry designer,
Antonia has helped support the
glorious but endangered tradition
of Italian craftsmanship; she works
closely with her collaborators,
whom she has built
loyalty, trust, respect,
and a common passion
the highest standard.
She personally supervises
the creation of every piece,
and is also keen to get involved with
her clients on bespoke projects.
In 2007 Antonia opened
a coffer-like gallery in
Venice lined with orange
silk to show her jewels.
Since 2018 her work has
been on display at the
legendary New York jeweler
In the book “Jeweler, Master, Mavericks
and Visionaries of Modern Design”
published by Rizzoli New York,
Stellene Volandes describes Antonia
as “the wood whisperer” of the
contemporary jewelry world.
Our Marina bracelet here in cocobolo wood with brown diamonds set on blackened yellow gold links.
Ebony wood hoop earrings with diamonds
set on white gold.
Our Segmenti bracelet here in amaranth wood with a central element adorned with moonstones and brown diamonds set on white blackened gold.
One of a kind ebony wood and Brazilian aquamarine drop earrings set on white gold.
An example of a bespoke piece, here a diamonds brooch has been transformed in a pendent.
Carved ebony wood and white blackened gold.
Our long ebony wood Feather earrings here with a line of diamonds set on white gold.
One of a kind ebony wood and rubellite tourmaline drop earrings set on white gold.
Our round button clip earrings here in ebony wood with a diamonds pave set on white gold.
Our three pieces ebony wood movable fish pendent set on yellow gold.
Our Fish ring here in red acrylic glass and brown diamonds set on yellow gold.