Vermezzo, at the gates of Milan, is acceding to host in its spectacular implant the best Egyptian horses, in lizzya to award the world champion. The apointment is set for Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 October. There will be no entertainment shows that together with the elegance of horses will help to make this show
The hefty, handsome and highly expensive volumes he and his 50 employees – including painters, sculptors, engravers and bookbinders - make by hand in a studio on Rome’s Via Appia Antica, using ancestral crafts and techniques, come with gold covers, original artwork and top-quality, 100 percent cotton paper. Dino’s goal is to achieve extreme quality. They are not just books, he says, but precious works of art.
Truly said because when we have a book that binds our memories and stories in the most beautiful way possible, we surely lose ourselves in it and later we find us in it too. The history of the D’ORO Company is not a hidden story. It has been inspiring thousands of people around the world who have a desire to record their important moments of life. For them, a book is far beyond a masterpiece of the collection.
There is no friend as loyal as a book – Ernest Hemingway. Rightly said, because a good book is not only created with the papers but it further creates memories that last forever. And for that, the D’ORO collection is all set to lighten up Indonesia with its illuminating bespoke collection. The collection speaks a
We proudly inform you that starting form today, D’ORO volumes will be listed among the most esteemed Italian artisans in the prestigious Artemest Online platform which largely contributes in bringing connoisseurs everywhere wonderful handmade products crafted by exceptional artisans. In the section Lifestyle, under the category Collector’s Books, the collection of six exclusive D’ORO volumes
Dino Salvatore Giorgio, on the behalf of D’ORO Collection, participated last 5th July at the Gala dinner hosted at the Louvre that gathered the most influential exponents of the Jewelry Industry. The soiree organized by Judith Price, president of the U.S. National Jewelry Institute, drew a mix of industry folk and socialites.
Tuesday 21st of June members of the illustrated Canova Club Roma met at Villa Dino, in the enchanting surrounding of Via Appia Antica, to celebrate the closing night of the thirty-eighth year of the association. The event was dedicated to the traditional ceremony of the Honorary Canoviano, a recognition that was awarded, through the votes