Stabilimenti artistici fiorentini
Since 1927, Stabilimenti Artistici Fiorentini has worked precious and valuable metals, producing medals, badges, plaques, etc. High quality workmanship created by Enrico Giacomelli first and then by his son Umberto, who has brought the company to the highest levels, working with influential clients including - to name a few - sports federations, banks, Chambers of Commerce, Alitalia, the Italian Naval League and even for the CONI, creating the symbol of the Olympic Games of Rome 1960.
With great passion and professionalism matured in more than 90
years of work, the company currently continues its production for time-honoured clients, with the ability of also addressing the fashion brands that want to embellish their bags and shoes with veritable small works of art. With a specialized staff of engravers and a consolidated park of machinery, the company designs the
right minting die to imprint any type of metal, in a series or per single piece: this is how exclusive products of high artistic
quality, cared for in the minimum detail come to life.