The incredible talent of the goldsmiths of Valenza allowed the realization, of Pablo Picasso's masterpiece Don Quixote, a unique jewel of its kind.
Why not transform an artist's sketch Pablo Picasso in a jewel?
This jewel is nothing more than the result of the extraordinary hands of a goldsmith with undoubtedly peculiar skills in the setting of precious stones. His name is Marco Bortolin and he made the jewel in question, in 18 carat gold set with 1852 diamonds. And it is precisely the setting that makes the style of the jewel of an exceptional beauty. Marco's skill can be perceived from fact that he made the 1852 holes for diamonds by hand precise and quality. This allowed the use of 8-gauge diamonds veneers, a very rare diamond cut nowadays. The Don Quixote is a unique pride; the purpose is to be handed down from mother to daughter, to keep alive the memory of a authentic and exceptional work of Valencian goldsmiths.