Giuseppe Satta graduated at the Istituto d’Arte di Nuoro. He then decited to hone his skills gaining experience as an apprentice at the workshop of an excellent goldsmith master in Dorgali and in 1990 he started working as a professional, starting a small nice business in the city centre of Nuoro. In Nuoro, he creates his personal collection of sophisticated and original jewels, turning the creative intuitions of traditional Sardinian goldsmith's art into clearly contemporary products. These artistic forms of fancy originality go hand in hand with more traditional proposals, ranging between classic goldsmith's techniques and new experimental approaches, thus offering his artistic mark with taste and consistency.
Plain taste and linear and refined design characterize this workshop's production. Precious silver and gold objects, embellished with pearls, precious stones and corals, clear references to local goldsmith's tradition and, sometimes, rather experimental approaches.
This goldsmith performes traditional goldsmith's techniques and sophisticated approached to local techniques. Filigree, engravings, repoussage, pearl decoration, fusion, all carried out with precision and skill, together with personal experimental techniques, resulting in unusual artistic productions.
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