Born in Ivrea, a degree in Physical Education and a degree in Political Science, after working as a manager in organizing sporting and international events decided to fulfill her dream: to turn her passion into a profession.
Thus achieved the status of Engraver and attended schools of jewelery and goldsmiths in Vicenza, Florence and Milan, and then gather all the necessary skills to give life to her the new craft business.
In 2014 she inaugurated her Atelier M.L.P. Gioielli where you can find her creating beautiful handmade pieces of jewellery and where she continues her research towards new micro sculptural paths, following the charm of the asymmetry and the beauty of imperfection.
Her contemporary jewellery tells a story of emotions, memories, dreams experienced by the artist who loves to transform her passion into exclusive creations; unique and sophisticated true micro-sculptures for whoever desires to stand out in a crowd.
Since 2013 participates in national and international exhibitions and fairs in the sector.
She is also one of the main sponsors of the Riminisidanza International Classical Dance Competition, with a scholarship award for young talents.
M.L.P. Gioielli Atelier Orafo
Corso d’Augusto 76, Rimini
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Concept: The water source of life
The aquamarine stone of 1 ct. symbolizes the water source that overflowing with its drops encrusted with 52 round brilliant cut diamonds in a pave setting for a total of 0.25 pt and 5 blue topaz for a total of 12 pt.
A man and a woman with animal faces, representing living beings, are located under the source and are its incorruptible guardians.
Silver is the metal that the artist has chosen for her micro-sculpture jewls, because silver, such as water, possesses a fascinating gloss and is also, compared to other precious metals, more accessible to all.
The accessibility becomes the link between the two elements “silver metal and water” to outline how important and desirable it is that men dedicate themselves to ensure that all animal and plant species have access to water to preserve and nurture our planet.
Maria Luisa Palazzo has been selected to exhibit her jewel during the exhibition “ORNAMENTA second edition. Jewels between history and design” during winter 2018 – 2019 at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale of Adria