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Emanuela Duca’s jewelry possesses a raw, elemental beauty: primitive and sophisticated, substantial yet delicate. Her blackened sterling silver pieces, with their rugged surfaces and irregular edges, resemble small sculptural volcanoes. This rawness is accentuated with precious gemstones, diamonds in the rough, and the fire of 18 karat gold. With a fresh approach to modernism, her jewelry embraces femininity, encompassing strength as well as vulnerability.

Established in New York City since 2005, Emanuela has exhibited in numerous retail and wholesale shows throughout the country, including the Smithsonian, the Philadelphia Museum of Arts Craft Shows, Couture International Jewelry Show (Las Vegas), and “LOOT!” exhibit at the Museum of Art and Design in New York. She was also the recipient of the 2009 American Craft Council Award of Excellence. Very recently, Ms. Duca has also been selected for the prestigious CFDA (The Council of Fashion Designers of America) “Incubator” program. The CFDA’s “Incubator” program was launched with Mayor Bloomberg on October 19, 2009, in partnership with New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Newmark Holdings, and it is designed to support the next generation of fashion designers in New York City.


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