“Almost art” is the in between state that jewelry designers experiment each time they contemplate and realize a new collection.
In the attempt to achieve or to add artistic value to their own thought and thus to the object, they spend and waste energy, create and destroy, get enthusiastic and disillusioned, to sum it up they get on a sort of roller-coaster that leaves them dazed and confused behind.

This is the mood that characterizes the preparation process, the mood of anybody who seeks to transform his own thoughts in a handmade object and finally confronts himself with the customer who once again will transform the object by wearing it.