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Creativity, research and craftsmanship come together in Mumati’s creations. Dreamlike elements and iconic objects, which seem to project themselves into the imagery of short stories, make up the identity of MUMATI jewelry.
The utmost rigor applied to manufacturing techniques, in which the oldest goldsmith tradition meets innovative production processes, makes MUMATI jewelry unique in style.
A creative process that since childhood, in their father’s watchmaker’s workshop, has originated in the play and complicity between the two siblings Massimiliano and Tiziana Musardo, creators and founders of MUMATI.
The two brothers followed their training paths in Florence and, in 2001, opened their first MUMATI flagship store in Lecce. A real atelier.
The brand’s evolution is realized over the years, with the opening of new boutiques: in 2010 in Gallipoli and, in partnership, in Bari (2011) and Tivoli (2015).
In 2015, MUMATI is among the 16 artisan companies selected as part of the “Tradition, Value, Beauty Training and Show” project from the “Creativity: events and places for innovation in fashion and design” call for proposals published by the Region of Lombardy, which brings the MUMATI brand on display at White Show Milan in January 2016.
In June 2016 he was among three finalists in the “Accessories” category at the Time Contemporary Fashion Award Milan, and in September 2016 he was among four finalists in an online contest for Lancia Y.
In June and September 2016 he exhibited at Tranoi in Paris. Since 2016, MUMATI jewelry has also been present in the Asian and American markets.

Tiziana, in 1997, graduated from Le Arti Orafe school in Florence in casing, gemology, technical design in goldsmithing and history of the art of jewelry. After an internship in Jewellery Studies at Manchester City College, he earned I.G.I. degrees in diamonds and pearls.

Massimiliano graduated in 1997 from the Perseo school in Florence in casing and goldsmithing and continued his training in some of the most prestigious and historic goldsmith workshops made in Italy.

Biography

Tiziana, in 1997, graduated from Le Arti Orafe school in Florence in casing, gemology, technical design in goldsmithing and history of the art of jewelry. After an internship in Jewellery Studies at Manchester City College, he earned I.G.I. degrees in diamonds and pearls.

Massimiliano graduated in 1997 from the Perseo school in Florence in casing and goldsmithing and continued his training in some of the most prestigious and historic goldsmith workshops made in Italy.

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