Vincenzaoro: One of the most anticipated events among the events dedicated to jewelry in Italy. From September 22nd to 26th, come and visit us in Hall 4, Stand 159 and be amazed by the brand new collections: unique and original jewels, able to surprise even the most expert.
Booth 10T13 at Asia World Expo
From 12 to 16 September visit our booth at Asia World Expo. We'll be glad to show you our cutest selection of raw coral, semi-precious stones and cameos: perfect to make unique your jewellery. Choose the best quality of jewelry and other products made in Italy.
Contact us to make an appointment for a preview or to get more info about our collections and products..
From 21 to 24 June we'll show our raw coral and cameos collections. If you are a jeweller or a designer join us at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.
HALL 3FG BOOTH 3F501
We'll be glad to present our products, such as coral and cameos, coral jewelry, semi-precious stones, precious stone jewellery and turquoise.
Our company produces coral and cameos jewellery since 1930, according the historical tradition that made Torre Del Greco famous in the world. We can create customized coral and cameo jewelry, too.
Contact us for a preview or for more details.
Differenze colori corallo
Red, pink or white coral. Which difference?
In this post we will focus on the many varieties of coral existing in nature and their differences. The best known is, with no doubt, the red coral, but also the white coral and the pink one are known. What differences exist between these three types of coral?
Produzione cammei in serie
Are the shell cameos made using by the pantograph?
One of the most common questions that we are asked by customers who refer to our company specializing in the creation of coral and cameo jewelry in Torre Del Greco, little town not far from Naples, is:
"Are the cameos on a shell made by the pantograph?"
How to polish the coral
Polishing the coral with oil: a false myth?
Looking for ideas and tips to polish the coral?
Not infrequently it can happen that a coral jewel in time loses its natural shine and an opaque patina covers it, hiding all its splendor. Often customers, enthusiasts and other jewelers ask us how to polish the coral in the most appropriate way, without risking irreparable damage to their jewel.