Established in 2012, Co.Ro. is a Rome-based handcrafted jewelry line inspired by architecture design in its broader term.
Through the skillful use of the lost-wax casting and 3D print techniques, the founders – two young female entrepreneurs named Costanza De Cecco e Giulia Giannini – craft timeless jewelry pieces with a sophisticated flair out of gold, sterling silver, bronze and ruthenium.
Co.Ro. creates unique jewelry pieces blending a careful research on spaces, volumes and shapes with the ancient traditional Italian craftsmanship.
Co.Ro. / cò·rò / noun /
1. Literally, “coro” – choir / kwaɪə in English – in Italian refers to a group of people who sing together. Hence, the vision statement of this fine jewelry line: like orchestra leaders, Co.Ro. unifies, sets the tempo and creatively shapes the outcome of the ensemble, composed by fine Italian artisans instead of musicians.
2. Co.Ro. takes its cue from the merge of COllegio ROmano: the charming Roman square located between Piazza Venezia and the Pantheon, where the two co-founders met during high-school.
3. Handmade and artisanal luxury jewelry inspired to timeless architectural shapes, strongly committed to the made in Italy philosophy.
Jewelry design has always been part of our life: we have come quite a journey since testing new creative techniques during university!
Enrolled in Architecture, we attend a Jewelry design program at Accademia del Costume e Moda in Rome as well.
After graduation, we gain a first-hand experience working for a renowned Italian jewelry designer: Bernard Delettrez.
In 2012, the first milestone: the launch of our brand in a cozy studio in the lively Monti district.
Our academic and professional heritage, together with our passion for travel and art, continue to influence our designs.
After having become licensed architects in 2016, our second milestone: the opening a new atelier conveniently located in the very heart of Rome, entirely designed by us.
Come discover our architecture-à-porter in via della Scrofa 52, Rome!
Costanza and Giulia