Established in Milan in 1967, Pomellato was the first brand to introduce the prêt-à porter vision into the world of jewelry. Crafted by the hands of expert goldsmiths, Pomellato stands out for its unique design and colorful gems which through innovative
stone cutting and setting techniques have come to define an unmistakable and iconic style.
The first global luxury italian fashion fine jeweler, unconventional, colorful
ARTISAN CRAFTMAN AND TRADITION
Safeguarding the cultural and historical heritage of jewellery-making is the company’s main source of inspiration and motivation. Pomellato is committed to improving its artisans’ capabilities by fostering innovation and helping them to hone their
skills through extensive training programmes.
COLOURED GEMS MADE IN MILAN
Pomellato is proudly, undoubtedly Milanese. It is for the unique craft of its jewels just as much as for the innovative, fashion-forward values it promotes, which are strong but keep an unmistakable trait of understatement.
A Pomellato jewel is the result of skilled Italian know how.
It is also an interactive object that’s been designed for women to play with. Every day in Pomellato’s Milan
atelier, over 100 artisans craft one-of-a-kind jewels. Each gemstone creation is brought to life by their passion and expertise, forged by hours of meticulous labor and inventive solutions.
This process brings together precious metals such as Pomellato’s signature rose gold, fine diamonds, and colored gems from all over the world.
Pomellato monitors and evaluates its environmental impact through the Environmental Profit & Loss account, published each year by the Kering Group.
The company has obtained Responsible Jewellery Council Certification (renewed at the end of
2019) and has reached its aim of 100% responsible gold sourcing via Kering’s RESPONSIBLE Gold Framework.
Alongside this core objective is our constant pursuit of sustainable silver sources and the transparent and traceable sourcing of diamonds and coloured stones.