Out of the Ordinary Jewelry for the Summer By Maddalena Bearzi


Los Angeles-based Italian designer Maddalena Bearzi introduces her latest handcrafted jewelry collection inspired by the grains of sand for the upcoming season.

The desire to be on a shoreline and close to the ocean inspired the design of this unique, organic-looking, and gender-neutral collection of rings and cuffs that will get anyone’s attention.

This latest Maddalena Bearzi handmade jewelry collection is all about feeling distinctive and elegant with timeless pieces.

“In every outthrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand, there is the story of the earth.” Rachel Carson

MADDALENA BEARZI is known for her remarkable craftsmanship of one-off wearable sculpture and her sustainable limited-edition collections. All work is done by hand, and nothing is mass-produced. This means that each one-off piece signed by the designer is, and will always remain an original jewel.

Maddalena Bearzi Jewelry: born in Italy, handmade in Cali

MADDALENA BEARZI JEWELRY can be found in shops and galleries in California and around the world – including the renowned Hauser & Wirth Museum shop, as well in the designer’s online store at Maddalena Bearzi

One-off, limited edition, and textile pieces have a unique Italian name and their own nature-inspired story. The different collections include rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and many unisex designs that accommodate a range of personal styles and budgets. Many pieces are available in silver, bronze, and solid gold.

About the Designer – Maddalena Bearzi is not only an Italian jewelry artist but also a recognized marine biologist and President of the non-profit organization Ocean Conservation Society. She has traveled extensively for over 25 years studying wild dolphins and other animals and learning new ways to express herself. She has published three books, hundreds of scientific and popular articles, and she is a National Geographic official blogger.

Maddalena began to pursue her passion for jewelry crafts on her own and later studied metalsmithing at the University of California, Los Angeles.


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