Who we are
L’Arpa Srl was founded in 1994 and now specializes in the production of hollow chains and bracelets in gold light and super light The continuous search for improvement has led the company today The Harp to customize their own
jewelry with the use of special laser-cut allowing it to satisfy the tastes of the customer and be able to customize each product line according to his needs.
A collection continues to grow and in constant improvement combined with the passion of our team give you the confidence and assurance of a product made in Italy 100%.
The Jewel Creations was founded in 1981, and with his experience thirty years has managed to acquire a great positioning in the gold sector.
The company has a capacity of innovation that allowed to penetrate through the years numerous markets.
The ultimate expression of femininity: 4 collections a year characterized by a minimalist design and clean lines that play with the color and the harmony of forms.
Passion for the ‘ Gold , Creativity , Innovation and style . These are the elements which are based on our collections .
Our goal is to combine the artisan production with the latest technology. All jewels are entirely designed and made inside our company.
A team of people and makes available its creativity and experience to create collections that are in line with the latest market trends.
“Customer care and the fulfillment of its demands have allowed us to establish lasting relationships with our customer base“.
GiannaHead of Research Product
GiannaHead of Research Product
“The continuous update on the latest market trends, combined with partnerships with renowned companies in the sector allow us to use the latest technology to make products in step with the times“.
“ Use our know-how to produce products within the weight range required by the market , without compromising quality , and one of the things that we care more“.
The meaning of titles
The carat (ct) is a unit of mass equal to 200 mg (0.2 g; 0.007055 oz) and is used for measuring gemstones and pearls. The current definition, sometimes known as the metric carat, was adopted in 1907 at the Fourth General Conference on Weights and Measures and soon afterwards in many countries around the world.
First attested in English in the mid-15th century, the word carat came from Italian carato, which came from Greek kerátion meaning carob seed (literally “small horn”) and potentially from Arabic (diminutive of – keras, “horn”) and was a unit of weight though it was not likely used to measure gold in classical times.
The Latin word for carat is siliqua. This common belief that carat derives from carob seeds stems from the assumption that the seeds had unusually low variability in mass.
In the United Kingdom the original Board of Trade carat was exactly 3 1647⁄9691 grains (~3.170 gr); in 1888, the Board of Trade carat was changed to exactly 3 17⁄101 grains (~3.168 gr). Despite its being a non-metric unit, a number of metric countries have used this unit for its limited range of application.
There were also two varieties of refiners’ carats once used in the United Kingdom — the pound carat and the ounce carat. The pound troy was divisible into 24 pound carats of 240 grains troy each; the pound carat was divisible into four pound grains of 60 grains troy each; and the pound grain was divisible into four pound quarters of 15 grains troy each. Likewise, the ounce troy was divisible into 24 ounce carats of 20 grains troy each; the ounce carat was divisible into four ounce grains of 5 grains troy each; and the ounce grain was divisible into four ounce quarters of 1 1⁄4 grains troy each.
The solidus was also a Roman weight unit. There is literary evidence that the weight of 72 coins of the type called solidus was exactly 1 Roman pound, and that the weight of 1 solidus was 24 siliquae. The weight of a Roman pound is generally believed to have been 327.45 g or possibly up to 5 g less. Therefore, the metric equivalent of 1 siliqua was approximately 189 mg. The Greeks had a similar unit of the same value.