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Mellerio dits Meller

Founded in 1613, Mellerio dits Meller is the last independent and family owned French jewellery House. Their business started thanks to a royal privilege granted in 1613 by Marie de Médicis and renewed successively by Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI. From then on, generations of fathers and sons have passed on their know-how to make jewels which combine the magnificence of their Italian origins with French elegance. They have successfully taken part in many international exhibitions: Paris in 1855, 1867 and 1878, London in 1862, Vienna in 1873 and New York in 1939 where they won several honours.

Over the centuries Mellerio has been the jeweller of European royal families such as Queen Marie-Antoinette, Queen Victoria of Great Britain, Queen Louise of Belgium or Queen Isabella II of Spain for whom he made an amazing pearls and diamonds shell tiara which is still worn today by Queen Sofia of Spain. Since, many families of the European aristocracy and upper classes have chosen to wear Mellerio’s jewels.

Mellerio dits Meller is also a fine silversmith making precious works of art such as swords for French Academy members. Since 1815, its boutique and workshop are located on Rue de la Paix, in Paris.
   
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