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"Unlock the Vault" event in Silicon Valley with "The Modern Day Wife"

"Unlock the Vault" 

May 24th at the Park James Hotel in Silicon Valley


We are happy to announce that Via Orefici Jewelry is going to sponsor and participate to the "Unlock the Vault" event and Fashion Show, curated by "The Modern Day Wife" at the Park James Hotel in Silicon Valley.

On May 17th, the Modern Day Wife models will walk the runway with our jewelry collections, and we are super-exited for that! Via Orefici Jewelry's models will wear clothes by Senza Tempo Fashion (

At the event, we will also present at the "Unlock the Vault" Pop-up shop, please visit us to browse the collections!

For informations and tickets to the event, please email us to:


" What She Said"

March 24th at the W Hotel Hollywood in Los Angeles

On March 24th, we joined the pop-up shop at the " What She Said" event celebrating the International Women's Month, at the W Hotel Hollywood. It was a fun, elegant, informative, and upscale rooftop event. "The Modern Day Wife" is a community of like-minded women, that organizes upscale, glamorous events created and curated to inspire innovation and creation. 



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Gold, Karat and Carat

Gold is a precious metal; it is the 79th chemical element, symbol Au given after its Latin name Aurum.
In Nature, pure gold is bright, dense, soft, malleable, ductile, and red-yellow colored.

Relatively rare, gold has been used in jewelry making, in currency, in gold medals, and various arts....

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Via Orefici Jewelry is named after the Italian goldsmiths' and jewelers' districts.

Welcome to Via Orefici
Via Orefici means Goldsmiths Street in Italian.

Via Orefici Jewelry line is named after the historic goldsmiths and jewelers' districts in Italy, which are sought-after destinations for handmade, unique, and bespoke jewelry.

Genova is a city located on the Italian Riviera. Its historic downtown, dating back to the 12th century, is a maze of tiny streets, historical buildings, hidden squares, old churches and bell towers. Via Orefici (Goldsmiths Street) has been home to goldsmiths, silversmiths, and precious stone vendors....


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