ALMAMIXTA was born from a collaborative work proposal. Its objective is to transcend the jewelry sector, incorporating other variants of the fashion accessory, but preserving the spirit of the author's object.

Various techniques: plating, polishing, patinated, oxidized, enameled, etc. Various materials: metals, textiles, porcelain, glass, gems, pearls, plastics and a long etc. Various modes of production: traditional jewelry techniques, lost wax casting, 3D printing, laser cutting, among others. Manufactured in small quantities, almost to order, respectful products, local products, timelessness of our designs.

All this allows us to offer a range of accessories compatible with different aesthetic sensibilities and different everyday occasions. We firmly believe that its use enriches and harmonizes any style to achieve an image more in line with each personality, accentuating the way in which we present ourselves to others. The internal and external beauty attracts us, we seek it and it comforts us. On this page we show a small part of what we do, for more than 30 years, with great passion and much love.

Barbara Cerrutti. Creative from Barcelona, ​​graduated in Advertising Graphics (Escola Llotja) and in Artistic Jewelery (Escola Industrial). Also trained in 3D design courses and workshops, porcelain applied to jewelry, chiselling, diamonds, setting and fire enamel (JORGC). In acid etching, resin, high jewelry, etc (Industrial School). Also in Japanese lacquer (Massana), design and modeling of bags, footwear (Taller de Calzado Bcn), etc.

CH. Creative from Argentina, with studies in architecture (National University of Buenos Aires), graphic design (IDEP), jewelry (Gremio de Joyeros Jorgc), footwear design (Felicidad Duce), hats (Women's Institute), various courses and workshops such as fibers and fabrics, screen printing, painting on silk, etc.

In 1987 CH combines her work in her father's art gallery with a new vision, a contemporary jewelery gallery. This was a pioneering idea in Spain at that time, as there were only personal stores of famous local designers. It had the honor of being located in the emblematic Paseo de Gracia, in the prestigious "Bulevar Rosa" gallery, whose philosophies coincided. Several exhibitions of artists from the field of plastic arts were held there , together with those of jewelry, thus creating a new approach. Later, two more spaces were opened, a second in Barcelona and another in Madrid, as well as a production workshop. After a while, for personal reasons, CH decided to continue only with the first space on Paseo de Gracia. Years passed, and her daughter, Bárbara Cerrutti, joined the project, bringing a refreshing vision and all the experience acquired in her various studies. They worked in this place for 25 years, until in 2012 they decided to close the establishment, some time before the definitive closure of the "Bulevard".

Creation and realization of jewelry, packaging, window dressing, exhibitors, fashion accessories, etc. Here are some photographic testimonies of the extensive proposal of those 25 years.