Franco’s son Luca followed in his father’s footsteps. In the 1970s he started a unique
goldsmith production, where sculptural skills reached the highest quality standards. Luca made different life choices and had several jobs before hearing the demon of sculpture’s call. Looking at Luca’s work, you can’t do anything but think that giving up on such manual skills would have been foolish.
The jewellery of Luca Daverio’s first collections had a classic spirit. As time passed, he left large embossed and
chiselled jewels behind and started creating smaller valuable sculptures with delicate embroidery-like details, using precious stones and new materials such as wood.