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Padani's Trademark Necklace
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Big Violetto Contour necklace in 18K white gold, set with 100 diamonds of 1.79 CT.

Padani's hallmark jewel is the equilibrium of mind, body and soul. Inspired by nature, it all began with one imperfect petal multiplied and designed into the perfect flower. The barely noticed, harmonious asymmetry, transforms the Violetto from a beautiful jewel to an exquisite work of art.


The creative interpretations given to Violetto over the years range from delicate to seductive, fusing different materials and experimenting with new designs, offering our loyal clientele a dazzling array of unique jewelry.


Where Padani Began

A man. A family. A new beginning. A glittering fairytale in the making

The Padani legacy began in 1897 when it was established by a renowned family of Belgian diamond merchants. The daughter of the family, Malvene, married a young jeweler by the name of Henri (Uri) Padani. Together they built a reputation in the diamond industry, by virtue of the outstanding quality of their craftsmanship.
A story of tenacity and perseverance, hard work and dedication
At the end of the Second World War, the Padani family immigrated to Israel. Despite the economic hardships facing the fledgling nation, and against all odds, in 1950, Uri Padani managed to realize his vision, creating a studio for jewelry design in Tel Aviv. Starting an innovative luxury business in keeping with the highest of European standards was a considerable risk, which required great courage. Henri's courage paid off - the first Padani store opened in 1962, at the very first Sheraton hotel built in Tel-Aviv. Shortly after the Six Day War, a second store was inaugurated, adjacent to the Jaffa gate in Jerusalem. It was the first Jewish owned store opened in the old city.

PADANI is an Israeli milestone. A success story and one of the very few Israeli brands still operative and evolving since the 1950's.