Traditional own production


Early lampworking was done in the flame of an oil lamp, with the artist blowing air into the flame through a pipe. Nowadays, oil and bellows are replaced by a modern methane gas fueled torch and compressed air, but the shaping technique is still the same: the craftsman realizes its art pieces just by its manipulating skills. So that's how our beautiful beads are made, in many different kinds: aventurine glass beads with lucent copper crystals; African Beads with their warm and rich colors, "millefiori" with their polychrome inlays; semiprecious stones imitations; solid color beads with their infinite tones. Light effects are stunning, they're made possible by melting in the glass some noble metals such as 24 carats gold, silver and platinum. Our fine necklaces are the result of a harmonious and neat mixture of all these elements.