Carlo Giuliano

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Carlo Giuliano (1831–1895) was a goldsmith and jeweller operating in London from 1875. He started work in Naples for Alessandro Castellani and was sent to London to establish a branch of the Casa Castellani. He left Castellani's employ in the early 1860's and in turn worked for Robert Phillips, Harry Emanuel, Hunt & Roskell, and Hancocks & Co - all leading London jewellers. In 1875, he set out on his own, starting a retail outlet at 115 Piccadilly, and specialising in Renaissance-style design.[1]

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  1. ^ "Antique Jewelry, Estate jewelry and Vintage jewelry". Adin.be. 2010-02-18. Retrieved 2010-03-16. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Castellani and Giuliano: Revivalist Jewellers of the Nineteenth Century - G. C Munn (1984) Geoffrey Munn

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