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Sicis owns an extraordinary know-how accumulated over the years as a result of a multifaceted and incessant research, which allows it to mix genres, styles, and materials. The market has recognized the primacy of having reinvented the production of glass and marble mosaic on an industrial basis through the patent of the Double-Indirect Method, the creative hegemony in making artistic mosaics, and especially the ability to establish not only new products, but also new markets and technologies. However, Sicis is, first of all, a factory of artists: Mosaic Masters and glassmakers grew up in a jumble of passion and mosaic culture that is Ravenna, the historic district of mosaic. Each product is unique, the result of meticulous craftsmanship of the artisans of the atelier in Ravenna, where the production of all the collections is located. For this reason, Sicis products are 100% Made in Italy.

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Jewels

Micromosaic is one of the most ancient and elaborate techniques in jewelry manufacturing, which got almost lost. Sicis studied micro-mosaic jewels collections of the '700 and '800 preserved in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and in the Vatican Museums for over 25 years of historical research, leading to the establishment of an atelier for the study of micro-mosaic. Sicis mosaic masters create tiny rods of gold and Venetian enamel, obtained by melting 9 different base colours at 1,200 degrees, producing infinite combinations of colours and shades. It takes dozens of hours to complete the micromosaic in a jewel.

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Watches

Micromosaic is one of the most ancient and elaborate techniques in jewelry manufacturing, which got almost lost. Sicis studied micro-mosaic jewels collections of the '700 and '800 preserved in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and in the Vatican Museums for over 25 years of historical research, leading to the establishment of an atelier for the study of micro-mosaic. Sicis mosaic masters create tiny rods of gold and Venetian enamel, obtained by melting 9 different base colours at 1,200 degrees, producing infinite combinations of colours and shades. It takes the artists dozens of hours to complete a watch dial: they set individually each microtessera, made entirely by hand, following the designs with their naked eye and creating unique and unrepeatable works of art.

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Savoir Faire Art Gallery

Savoir Faire Art Gallery

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