federica rettore

STORES

  • Susan Foster Jewelry

    Los Angeles CA 90049
    11695 San Vincente Blvd
  • A'Maree's

    Newport Beach, CA 92663
    2241 West Coast Highway
  • Bergdorf Goodman

    New York City
    5th Avenue at 58th Street
  • Neapolitan

    Winnetka, 60093 Illinois USA
    715 Elm Street
  • Neiman Marcus

    Beverly Hills - CA
    9700 Wilshire Blvd
  • Aspen Jewel Box

    Aspen CO 81611
    555Est Durant Avenue
  • Mednikow Jewelers

    Memphis TN 38117
    474 Perkins Extention
  • Maxfield

    Los Angeles 90069 CA
    8825 Melrose Avenue
  • Mednikow Jewelers

    Nashville, TN 37215, USA
    2160 Bandywood Drive
  • Forty Five Ten

    Dallas, TX 75201, Usa
    1615 Main Street,
  • Radiance Aria Resort

    Las Vegas
    3730 Las Vegas Boulevard
  • Marissa Collections

    Naples Florida
    3rd Street South
  • Squash Blossom Vail

    Vail Colorado
    Gore Creek Avenue
  • Jensen Stern

    Ketchum Idaho
    Leadville Avenue north
  • Joe Brand

    Laredo Texas
    San Dario Boulevard
  • Sab's Saloma Sa

    Genève
    3, rue du Purgatoire
  • Reinhold Jewelers

    Puerto Rico
    Plaza Las Americas
  • Salomè Boutique

    Brescia
    via Gramsci 8
  • Luisa Via Roma

    Firenze
    via Roma 19/21r
    www.luisaviaroma.com
  • Strasburgo

    Tokyo
    Mid Town Galleria 1F
    9-7-14 Akasakawa Minato-Ku
  • Seomi & Tuus

    Seul
    97-19 Chungdam-dong, Kangnam-ku
  • Jofre

    Reus Tarragona
    Llovera 32
 

Couture Design Awards 2011

Federica Rettore took first place of below $20,000 category, her 18-karat gold earrings with rose cut and brilliant cut diamonds, more than 6 carats multi-colored sapphires, fossil coral and gun-barrel stainless steel.

 

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Federica Rettore

Italian by birth and culture, Federica Rettore  developed an international awareness in design while living some years in  U.S.A. during her youth.
In 1989, her sculpture "The Fall of Angels" was the only opus to represent the New Liberal Art Academy of Milan at the Liberal Art Student Exhibition in Barcelona, Spain.