The Carbognin name has played an important and dominant role within the Seychelles' jewellery business for over 30 years now.
The owner, Mary Carbognin, found her way into jewellery making after she left the Seychelles for Italy.
It was during Mary's time in this new foreign land that she met her late husband Ricardo Carbognin, a jeweller and designer himself. After spending several years in Italy mastering and perfecting their art they decided to move back to the Seychelles to open their own design house.
In 2007 after graduating with a distinction, Gianmaria the son returned to Seychelles ready to add his fresh new ideas to the Carbognin line.
His most famous line to date which draws its inspiration from the islands renowned Coco de Mer nut, suitably named Coco Candy has been a huge hit with locals and tourists alike.
Riccardo Carbognin jewellery at Camion Hall in Victoria symbolises the Seychelles culture and lifestyle and every piece of jewellery has a unique story to tell.
If you haven't already visited, stop by the boutique in Victoria.
This is where visitors are promised to discover the most fashionable jewellery in Seychelles, with the boutique specialising in loose diamonds and fashion jewellery, plus a wide selection of ring styles, silver necklaces and bracelets for ladies.
Ricardo Carbognin jewellery at Camion Hall in Victoria symbolises the Seychelles culture & lifestyle
The boutique specialises in loose diamonds, fashion jewellery, coco de mer jewellery
You will find also a wide selection of ring styles, silver necklaces and bracelets for ladies