In this book, the multiple in its relations with art and industry is the starting point for an investigation into the evolution of jewelry design. Overcoming an obsolete notion of industrial seriality, contemporary jewelry stands out as an area of innovative research. Not only that, research in the field opens up perspectives towards a jewel designed for not only physical but also intellectual consumption. Therefore, departing from the domain of pure rationality, the book analyzes digital technologies as tools through which a more humanistic component of the jewel project finds space. The book ends with the story of a collective design experience that involved various figures of contemporary jewelry in Italy, through co-designs and workshops, aimed at disseminating a culture of design attentive to new technologies and digital processes in place.