Vitale 1913 celebrates its 110th anniversary this year. Alberto Domenico Vitale, the owner of the high-end luxury brand, represents the 5th generation of the Vitale family, who originates from southern Italy. The Vitale family has always had a strong link with the Principality of Monaco, but it was in the 2000s that Alberto Domenico Vitale decided to settle there permanently. After his father died in 2008, he took over the family business, offering it a significant shift from a diamond trading company to a fine jewelry brand offering the finest diamonds. Having been rigorous and perfectionist during the last 110 years, Vitale 1913 has won a place among the most famous Italian and Monégasque Jewelers. The house proudly offers Jewelry manufactured in Valenza, the cradle of transalpine Jewelry. All our Jewelry and high Jewelry are made in Italy. Our artisans, goldsmiths, crimpers, tailors, and polishers have all acquired unique craft skills and produce for the most significant international jewelry houses. The design of our collections is the beating heart of our business. Vitale 1913’s philosophy is to innovate and create jewelry collections with talented and renowned designers in fine jewelry over time. The brand’s modern and traditional vision proposes to cross cultures, styles, and genres. We are committed to highlighting a facet of new contemporary jewelry. We have entrusted the design of our two new collections to Frédéric Mané, a Parisian artist, and Shaun Leane, a Londonian designer, to create sparkling and exceptional pieces. Nature is our greatest asset. At Vitale 1913, we are taking action to limit the use of paper and to ensure that water is used in the best possible way. We are also a partner of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, which aims to protect the ocean. We donate a percentage of sales of our Ocean Wonders collections to contribute to this important cause. We also collaborate closely with the Monaco Scientific Centre, the first scientific research center specialized in coral and coral reef studies, of which Prince Albert I was the forerunner.