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Goddi Salvatore

  • The fine lines of the Canistedda pendant reproduce sophisticated evocations of local traditional baskets in the intertwined circular shape, rendered by skilfully crafting filigree according to a novel interpretation of elegant contemporary taste.

  • The elegant Ugia Pavone brooch, taken from the goldsmith tradition of the island, typical of Fonni in particular, reinterprets the evocative shape of the peacock's tail, skilfully crafted with fine gold filigree and garnet.

  • Striking in its essential lines, this ring revives the women's wedding ring of the Sardinian goldsmith tradition, widespread and adopted throughout the island, which was characterised by the engraving of the groom's initials, reinterpreted with contemporary taste with the unusual use of white gol

  • 750 (18 K) yellow gold pendant with a Bulma Rugosa turban snail shell mounted on a filigree set. Available in three different versions, one of the artefacts provides an accurate copy of the traditional Fonni model, while the other two are original contemporary interpretations.

  • 750 (18 K) yellow gold filigree pendant or brooch, featuring semi-precious stones, pearls and agate cameo and baroque pearls. This jewel consists of three elements. Consisting of a fretworked foil engraved with leaves, filigree and pearling.

The artisan

After obtaining a MA in Nuoro, Salvatore Goddi learnt the art of filigree crafting in Bosa, one of the main hubs of ancient goldsmith's tradition, at one of the most appreciated local filigree artesans. In 1977, he opened a jeweller's workshop in Nuoro; since 1980, his wife, Annarita Schintu, has worked at his side. They had been schoolfellows at the Scuola d’Arte. The two goldsmiths give birth to an interesting professional path, through research and unusual experiments, resulting in new traditional and innovative objects, characterized by a profound knowledge and a great passion for Sardinian culture. With their precious collections, they take part in the most important local fairs.

The collection

The workshop crafts all the main types of traditional Sardinian jewels, in addition to more contemporary collections: necklaces, rings, brooches, pendants, buttons. They are all characterized by beauty and technical skills, expression of a profound passion for their mother land and culture.

The technique

The experiments and the research of these artisans on traditional goldsmith's art, from a technical and cultural profile, is translated into a profound technical expertise and a valuable production. All traditional goldsmith techniques are applied, being the sophisticated expression of a charming and surprising culture.

Where to find them

Indirizzo:
Goddi Salvatore Via Gonario,5 08100 Nuoro (NU)

E-mail: goddis@tiscalinet.it

Telefono: +39 (0)784 230263