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Carlo Giuliano (1831-1895) moved to London from Italy where he and his sons Carlo and Arthur Giuliano established a successful jewellery business in 1860. Carlo Giuliano was a close associate of Castellani and his early hallmark, a monogram of initials C. G. together with some of his early work in the archeological style, can be confused with that of Castellani. The Giuliano family are most famous for their enamelled jewellery in the Renaissance tradition with a characteristic use of cabochon stones. Their business closed in 1914.

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