Bronze with Logo and Size engraving
Pressers in Stainless Steel
THE ETRUSCAN GRANULATION The Etruscan tombs of the VII century. BC they have given us precious jewels with granulation details, an ancient technique already known from the 2nd millennium BC, introduced in Tyrrhenian Italy by oriental craftsmen, responsible for the transmission of a new figurative culture, known as Orientalizing. The granulation technique consisted in welding tiny spheres onto foil arranged to form geometric motifs and figurative patterns. After the Roman colonization of Etruria, this technique gradually disappeared together with the knowledge that allowed it to be realised. Despite numerous attempts to recover the technique already in antiquity, the excellence of the Etruscan goldsmiths has never been achieved. From the Bernardini and Barberini tombs of Palestrina. Second half of the seventh century. BC, Rome, Villa Giulia Museum CōDICEDS jewels are the result of manual processes and finishes that give each piece unique characteristics. Therefore specimens of the same model may have slightly different characteristics and not be perfectly identical. These differences are not to be considered as defects.