About Us



Once upon a time…

The source of inspiration of Caterina Murino Jewellery is her love for Sardinia.
She always cultivated a passion for jewellery.
Her mother’s “Fede Sarda” (typical Sardinian alliance), surely marked her childhood.
During her numerous trips around the world for her films, Caterina always looked in stores, “souks” and markets, for the national stone and the best goldsmith of that country.
Caterina  has always been fascinated by man wanting to possess jewelry and precious stones, even pushing them to go to war to own a legendary diamond! “What is inside this stone, coming from the heart of the earth, that shines like a thousand fires, in front of our eyes? What is this magic that stones hold inside of them?”.
This thirst of curiosity carried Caterina between a film shoot and a theater tour, to study gemology at the “ING”, National Institute of Gemology in Paris.
Profoundly attached to her Island and her roots, whose craft is deemed to be one of the best in the world, in 2015 Caterina discovered that 20 years ago in Sardinia were working 400 filigree artisans, today they last around 20 in all Island. So to help the last filigree artisans to don’t disappear for ever, Caterina decided to devote all her pieces to the Sardinia filigree and to the Sardinia legends.
The Sardinian filigrane has millenium origins. Transmitted from the Etruscans to the Arabs, who invaded the Island, the Sardinian artisans also transmitted, from generation to generation the art of filigrane working gold and silver.
The word filigrane comes from latin: filo (filum) and grane heard like granule (granum).
You will find in the Caterina Murino Jewellery line the new generation of a millennium tradition.
Fili di Vento for AMREF ring is the heart of CMJ. Each ring sold supports the campaign Stand Up for African Mothers of AMREF to form midwifes in Africa.
 “There once was a White Myrtle and Black Myrtle on this Ancient Land called Sardinia.


Designed by Caterina Murino

Everything starts with a dream. Each Jewel is an exclusive creation designed by Caterina Murino:

  • 1977: born in Cagliari- Sardinia
  • 2008-2009: studies in Gemmology at the ING-Paris
  • 2014: incorporation of Caterina Murino Limited in Hong Kong
  • 2014-2016: co-branding Soha Sardinia by Caterina Murino for  “Mirto” collection
  • 2015: incorporation of Caterina Murino Jewellery in Paris
  • 2017: January 17th till February 16th : exhibition in Charraudeau Gallery, 4 Rue Bonaparte- Paris;  collaboration with Moda Operandi- London; November 15th till March 31st 2018 : exhibition in Elsa Vanier Gallery, 7 Rue de l’Odeon- Paris
  • 2018: Juin 22nd till Septembre 30th: exhibition in the Filigrane boutique inside Forte Village – Sardinia ;  project Fabien Dettori and Vogue Italia ;  from 1st November in Come d’Incanto boutique in Mamoiada ; November 25th till February 15th 2019 boutique Goralska, 12 rue de la Paix – Paris
  • 2019: shooting documentary Les Grands Reportages for TF1; since November 14th : boutique Goralska, 12 rue de la Paix – Paris
Only the best

Ethically Sourced Jewels & Materials.

Everything continues with the materials choice.

All materials are chosen personally.

Attention to the value of life and respect for nature is the basis of our work.

Only with love

Coral Rubrum

We know that the coral is disappearing from our oceans and seas but the island of Sardinia thoughts to protect her coral long time ago with a very strict regional legislation on coral fishing, issued the 5th July 1979: every year thirty licensed professional fishermen are allowed to harvest corals only in restricted areas and specific periods. In 2007 the Sardinian Government banned coral fishing for the whole year. The studies confirmed that the measures enacted in the Sardinian regulations provide for an adequate management of this resource and, in addition, can represent a guideline for other countries that still lack a valid management plan.

Only with love

Sardinian Cork

We care about our Ancient Land and its biodiversity: our jewel pouches and bags are made in cork from the famous Sardinia cork oak forests. The extraction of the cork is a regulated operation under Regional Law n. 4 (1994) and can be performed once every decade.  Just as in centuries past, the processing of cork still begins with stripping bark from the oak, a process that does not harm the tree itself. The ecological implications of a regulated production are obvious: since it is a renewable material, the use of cork in this way implies the preservation and care of the individual plants as well as, in many cases, an increase in the total number of cork oak trees.
Only handmade

Artisans Traditions

Everything comes true with a story of hands, those of the expert, patient and inventive artisans who apply their skills to these exceptional creations.

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The dream comes true…

Everything ends…but every end is a new beginning …

We will deliver the jewels directly at your home …