Iconic, colourful, unconventional. Founded in 1967, Pomellato has come to embody Italian craftsmanship at its purest combined with the profound knowledge of the most valued goldsmith techniques through a unique and distinctive spirit.


A timeless art where quality meets a unique vision of luxury. A balance between the past and the future, tradition and innovation, rigor and experimentation with a sensual and often daring touch. Simply, different from the rest.



Every day, over 100 artisans apply and hone their crafting techniques in the in-house workshop situated in the Milan headquarters. From the conception to the final creation, every single piece of jewellery comes to life forged by hours of intense labour and unexpected solutions.


A process that brings together fascinating metals such as Pomellato’s signature rose gold, fine diamonds and coloured gems from all over the world.


The main technique used by the craftsmen is microfusion. Also known as lost-wax casting, the process dates back to 3500 AC and allows to depict soft lines and substantial, flowing shapes. This is how the artisans are then able to bring to life creations with a unique allure.


This meticulous sense of crafting combines with the selection of increasingly rare semi-precious stones, becoming the ‘new precious’ of contemporary jewellery.


This is Pomellato.


The in-house goldsmiths are an essential part of the brand’s success. Their ritual of knowledge and experimentation, and the meticulous care and attention to materials embody Pomellato’s authentic mission to achieve beauty and marvel in every creation.


Feelings and inspirations are captured instinctively, expressed in shapes similar to petite sculptures, each of which is nourished by the freedom of invention, curiosity and independence that fills the workshop’s air. The wish to pursue different solutions and perspectives is tangible as are the rare tactile and visual emotions that evoke the organic essence of nature.


In a choral game that thrives on exchanges, synergies, influence and continuous discoveries, the professional artistry of the goldsmiths meets with the Creative Director’s vision and the Gem Master’s competencies, envisioning and forging the unconventional. An example? Pomellato was the first brand to cut gemstones upside down, create irregular diamond pavés and adopt the cabochon style.

It is through this rare mix of ideas and intuition, of hands, heart and reason that Pomellato’s creative and innovative spirit prospers every day without transcending the most traditional aspects of craftsmanship.