Venetian Jewelry in Gold
Pendants, Charms and Venetian Jewels in Gold
Eredi Jovon, In Venice since 1934, has always collaborated with the most valid Venetian and Vicentine artisans so as to offer high quality products, totally handmade and locally sourced.
Not only pendants but also rings and earrings that boast the merit of becoming unique and symbolic objects from your trip to Italy.
Recently, thanks to the collaboration with Antonio Santinello, a great Paduan artist, the production has turned to extremely well-finished models in 375% yellow gold which, thanks to its solidity, is well suited to both the use of hammered and sandblasted materials and the setting of cameos.
The Italian Horn in Gold and the Cornicello Hand: Italian good luck charms, as tradition calls
Since ancient times, the horn (a punished symbol of the male member) has represented abundance and luck; just think of the cornucopia, the bearer of all good things and fortune.
The Italian Horn Charm in gold is Italy’s lucky charm par excellence. The Italian horn charm is available from Eredi Jovon in all its versions: as an Italian horn in solid gold, or an Italian horn in red coral as well as the Manocorno, single or double Italian Horn and Hand, with the hand open in the traditional Italian superstitious gesture.
Jewels with the traditional symbols of Venice
Our range goes from the typical pendant with the iconic yellow gold gondola passing under the Rialto Bridge to the various versions of the Venetian boat (special models entirely handmade in coral and ebony) to put on your bracelet with the other charms of your travel memories.
We also offer the golden lion of St. Mark, the typical Venetian "moeca", the bow iron and the whole series of masks of the most famous carnival in the world.
The Venice Carnival jewelry in yellow gold
We start with the typical masks of the Venetian tradition such as the bauta, the plague doctor, Colombina and Pantalone arriving to less known local versions such as the two theater masks: tragedy and comedy.
We also offer a model with both versions of the commedia dell’arte, both as an earring and as a luckycharm.
Iconic Italian lucky charms: the hunchback and the Italian boot
Finally, how not to conclude with other symbols of our country such as the various maps of the Italian boot, that you can hang on a chain or your memory bracelet, or the lucky hump called "o scartellato" so dear to the Neapolitan tradition.
The novelty for 2022: Venetian Gothic Jewelry in Yellow Gold
Inspired by the Doge's Palace in Piazza San Marco and the famous Ca' D'Oro, here is our latest proposal for jewelry inspired by our beautiful city: the Venetian floral gothic range of jewellery.
Here the triple lancet windows of the sumptuous residence of the Doges and the twisted columns of the frieze of the Contarini Patrician family house will adorn your lobes or your fingers, creating modern jewels with their roots in a glorious past. Freely inspired by the past, this collection winks at the future with a truly "minimal" style that will make any woman elegant and able to wear them on any occasion, from a formal dinner to a simple Saturday afternoon walk, with an elegant dress or a simple a pair of jeans.
Today we are going to talk specifically about the most powerful of them: the Hornlet and what it means in the...