1950s Pasquale Bruni’s career in the world of jewellery began as a young boy in the goldsmith workshops of Valenza, the cradle of the Made in Italy mark of fine jewellery. Fascinated from an early age by the art, he worked alongside Italy’s best goldsmiths and jewellers, artists in every sense of the word whose creations are revered by Italian and international celebrities. He very quickly mastered the techniques and learned the secrets of the craft, planting the seeds of what would one day become one of the house’s signature traits: a meticulous eye for detail.
1976 Marked the beginning of the business adventure that was to see the small artisan firm grow into an international brand renowned for its uniquely crafted creations.
1987 Pasquale Bruni won first prize in the ―Concorso idea gioiello‖ competition, Research Section. The jury featured leading exponents of the fashion system and also the great Italian sculptor, Pomodoro.
1987-1997 Pasquale Bruni’s unique creations earned a place in the international arena as fine works of art, renowned for their avant-garde design and sophisticated details.
2001 Pasquale’s daughter, Eugenia Bruni, was appointed Creative Director of the house. She is the creative genius behind jewellery that creates an intimate bond with the women wearing it, because it is full of meaning and echoes of different cultures.
2002 – 2015 The Ghirlanda (2002), Sissi (2007), Bon Ton (2008), Mandala (2011) – winner at the Andrea Palladio International Jewellery Awards 2013 – and Giardini Segreti (2005) collections were launched. These collections are now iconic collections in their own right.
The Pasquale Bruni brand is now one of very few family-run jewellery labels that designs and produces all its creations in Italy. The house is a worldwide sensation and its creations are known for their exquisite craftsmanship, unique artistry and unmistakeable Italian style.