International Awards

Damiani jewels are characterised by top quality and valued worldwide, distinguished for their sublime design, quality gems and a high level of craftsmanship. Each jewel comes to life from the skills and infinite passion of Damiani’s master goldsmiths. The Maison has received, and continues to receive, prestigious Italian and international awards and is the only jewelry company in the world to have won as many as 18 Diamonds International Awards, considered the Oscar of the international jewelry world.



The first Diamonds International Award given to a Damiani jewel, in 1976, was the Squalo bracelet, created by Gabriella Damiani. This was a jewel of inestimable value, in platinum and yellow gold, entirely illuminated by a pavé of absolutely pure white diamonds and jonquilles, for a total of 41.19 carats. Its originality lies in its self-locking clip, which encircles the arm with radiance and true elegance.



Mary Tudor was the inspiration for the opulent necklace reminiscent of the collar of 16th century apparel. The idea of the precious fabric is rendered by the nuancing of burnished and yellow gold. 1121 brilliant-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 87.98 carats, weave together, evoking a precious work of embroidery. It took 12 months to shape the gold into waves and set the stones so that the metal appears as delicate and as soft as linen.



Simplicity and purity of line are the signature features of this stunning bracelet. Its minimal design is rendered even more precious by a polished finish that creates surfaces of pure light. Vulcano is made up of 185 grams of gold and 346 baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 40.63 carats.



A burst of pure light: 30 baguette-cut diamonds run along the ring’s two tracks, one in platinum and the other in yellow gold, converging towards a surprising core of absolutely purity, a 0.77-carat triangular diamond.



This luxurious collier stands out for the contrast between the richness of its materials and the purity of its lines. The satin-finish platinum and yellow gold bands are set with 646 brilliant-cut and 476 baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 106.6 carats. An ingenious clasp opens the necklace in two, guaranteeing perfect comfort and fit.



Sparkling with light like a precious wave, the Onda Marina bracelet winds into elegant spirals lit up by 644 brilliant-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 30.25 carats.



958 pure gems, for a total of 59.15 carats – made of platinum and yellow gold, the Piovra bracelet evokes the mysterious charm of the oceans through a striking design made up of rippling surfaces, luminous metal lines, sparkling diamond reflections and dark shadows of slate. The unusual use of this material endows the bracelet with seductive and enigmatic charm.




This majestic bracelet, featuring 188.30 grams of yellow and coloured gold and 184 grams of platinum, is lit by brilliant-cut and baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 88.59 carats. The result is a magnificent expression of strength and radiance.



A dazzle of pure light emanates from the diamonds of the Caresse ring, set in 17.30 grams of platinum and 10.20 grams of yellow gold. Baguette-cut diamonds encircle the central triangular 0.70-carat diamond, creating the effect of a softly enveloping and luminous caress.




This ring features a double upward-winding spiral in platinum and rose gold. Its soft movement is illuminated by 392 diamonds, for a total of 14.57 carats of exceptionally pure gems that flood the magnificent jewel with light from every angle.



A weaving of ribbons in platinum and rose and yellow gold makes for a striking play of colour, illuminated by the white light of 280 diamonds. The harmonious semi-spheres are skilfully constructed around an alternation of full and empty voids. The result is a magnificent pair of earrings, delicate as a breeze and as ethereal as lace.



The spectacular collier created by Giorgio Damiani is made up of a series of slightly rounded triangular elements in an alternation of platinum, yellow gold and rose gold. The elements are lined with 1450 round brilliant-cut diamonds, for a total of 49.64 carats, creating a magnificent jewel that transforms refined architecture into an enveloping profusion of light.



A single yellow gold plate weighing 413.7 grams features a complex blue enamel finish reminiscent of a precious sky on which yellow and white gold stars stand out in relief, embellished by 659 diamonds for a total of 20.92 carats. Each star was crafted separately and fastened to the bracelet by an elaborate screw system.




Sahara reflects the movement of rippled dunes and the shining light of a mirage. 288.50 grams of gold, 1865 diamonds, creative imagination and high-quality gems make Sahara a truly unique bracelet.



Silvia Damiani drew inspiration from the moon for these precious dream-like earrings. The metallic part in yellow gold features 13.19 carats of shining diamonds set in white gold that appear to be suspended in air, creating a play of light and shade that evokes the darkness of the moon’s craters and suggestive of an imaginary concept of ​​depth.



This spectacular, wave-like yellow gold ring is formed by a double face of 118 pure baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 8.3 carats. The ring stands out in particular for its “three-dimensionality”, with diamonds set along the sides of the jewel, enhancing its precious wave effect.



This luxurious bracelet in yellow gold is illuminated by 380 baguette-cut diamonds, for a total of 40.67 carats. The modern, essential, chequered design features an ornamental motif that alternates squares of gold and diamonds.



Seduction, allure and femininity inspired Giorgio Damiani to create Eden, a bracelet that encircles the arm with radiance and femininity. The bracelet in white gold and 900 brilliant-cut diamonds, for a total of 95.01 carats, took around 800 hours to make.