SPRINGTIME April 11, 2016

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Jewelry, marble, objects and tulips!

 
15 YEARS! April 2, 2016

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It’s amazing to see how many ideas have been realized in the last 15 years. Most of them in Sterling Silver. If you are curious to see them too, don’t hesitate to contact us for a private viewing at the showroom in the heart of Zurich.

 
SHOWROOM SALE Januar 15, 2016

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After many years of doing jewelry, exhibitions and events I have got a lot of decoration stuff and some beautiful jewelry pieces left. All that is on SALE on January 23/24 at the lovely Showroom in Zurich… Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm, Grüngasse 6, 8004 Zurich.
See you!

 
CUTTING BOARD Dezember 16, 2015

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This cutting boards are made out of marble from CARRARA and wood. All handmade with an unique design that allows to cut bread, meat or others on the wood. To clean it you just take off the wood which is not fixed but fitted very well. If you only want to use it as presentation board for appetizers, then use the bottom side, all over with the beautiful texture or marble. Available only at the Showroom of MIRCA MAFFI.

 
ARGENTUM November 22, 2015

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It was our first collaboration and indeed a special evening with great food, delicious wine, beautiful jewelry and lovely people. Thanks to all!
Gaucho Zürich
Felsenkeller Schaffhausen

 
VISIT THE SHOWROOM Juli 24, 2013

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During a visit in the private showroom in the heart of Zurich you will be surprised about all the small treasures you might find. Visits on appointment only. Please contact info@mircamaffi.com

 
THE LAB // SHANGHAI Mai 19, 2013

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Workshop in The Lab, Shanghai

The workshop I did with jewelry students of Tongji University ended last week. We had a good time together, and I really enjoyed working with them. The last two weeks were very interesting. The students worked on their models in the jewelry lab. All designs were different, each was a unique piece. Seeing the students’ enthusiasm and their curiosity to learn new techniques was a great pleasure for me. Even though some tools were missing in the lab, we were able to work on basic jewelry-making techniques such as bending, sawing and soldering. Most of the students did this for the first time, and some of them even worked on their projects in their free time. They put a lot of effort into their work, they experimented with different ways of working and they got a good idea of what it means to produce jewelry by hand.

As everywhere else, time in Shanghai flies too fast, especially when life is exciting. I hope there will be more such workshops in the future! I hope it for myself, but I also hope it for design students, because getting to know materials and techniques by exploring them personally opens up great opportunities. I started my career with an apprenticeship as a silversmith, and the knowledge I gained back then is still the basis of my work today – even though I am currently more involved in designing than in handcrafting.