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Giuliano

Born in Naples, Carlo Giuliano (1831-1895) was a goldsmith who may have been an apprentice of Allesandro Castellani. He established himself in London and worked for other retailers before opening his own shop in Frith Street in the 1860’s.

Giuliano mainly created revivalist jewels influenced by the Antiquity and the French 17th century Renaissance with its lozenge-shaped pendants decorated with enamel and diamonds. As a revivalist jeweller, he used rare ancient enamel techniques such as “champlevé”, “basse-taille” and “en ronde bosse”. With their soft colours, openwork and accurate designs, his Renaissance jewels gave him fame within the British society. He also created jewels after designs of Sir Edward Burne-Jones, a famous English painter.

Carlo's sons, Carlo Joseph and Arthur Alphonse ran the firm after their father death until 1914.
   
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