Tubogas necklace gold finish and gemstonesSKU: CLT028CNT-Citrino-Ametista
Tubogas necklace in 925 silver, gold finish and Citrine and Amethyst gemstones
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Tubogas necklace in 925 silver, gold finish and Citrine and Amethyst gemstones is inspired by the Roman age when a twisted thread on itself gave life to a knit that today is known to the world as tubogas. The Roman patricians wore flexible bracelets that could go up to the apex of the arm as if it were wrapped in the coils of a shining reptile.
The tubogas mesh has evolved over the millennia and thanks to the mechanical industry all the engineering that today makes these objects plastic and particularly comfortable has been applied. Due to the expedient of circulating liquid or gas through the “tube”, at the beginning of the 20th century this spiral was called TUBOGAS.
Ring tubogas 5 turns silver is a noble and ancient artisan thought of millennia; it is a Roman, Italian heritage whose repetition strengthens its myth. The task remains to us to innovate preserving intact the preciousness of this history, which we respect, or rather we love. And like every passion, F.G. Fecarotta Gioielli aims to make it live on women’s skin every time more and more.
Some curiosities about the Roman Age Jewels
The Romans used Etruscan and Greek goldsmiths as models, and even a touch of the Persian Orient. Undoubtedly, however, the first goldsmiths to serve Rome were Etruscans. But Roman goldsmiths also had engraved lozenge rings, of Greek derivation; or the revolving scarab. Jewellery made of gold and gems multiplied towards the end of the Republican age and especially from the Augustan age (27 BC-14 AD), with the opening of the Eastern markets from which precious stones came.
F.G. Fecarotta Gioielli; More than two centuries of history.
We have been jewellers for over 200 years.
We create collections of classic, manufactured jewels, defined by a very high quality of the worked stones.