Industry: Jewellery; Founded: 1613; 410 years ago; Founder: the Mellerio family; Headquarters: Rue de la Paix, Paris, France; Key people: Laure-Isabelle Mellerio (President);
Products: Rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants History The firm started in 1613, founded by the Mellerio family from Valle Vigezzo, under the patronage of Marie de Médicis.
 The jewel collection of the Dutch royal family includes a tiara made by Mellerio for Queen Emma.
 Mellerio is also attributed with the creation of the Spanish Floral Tiara, made of diamonds in a pattern of flowers, which was a wedding gift to the future
Queen Sofia from General Franco on her marriage to Juan Carlos of Spain in 1962.
It remains part of the Spanish Royal Family jewels, worn today by Queen Sofia of Spain.
Mellerio dits Meller is a French jewellery house, founded in 1613, and still active today.
 According to Côme Mellerio referring to his company’s archives, on the day of the French Revolution (14 July 1789), the sales of their Mellerio shop in Paris were excellent.
It is a member of the Comité Colbert and also of the Henokiens, an international club made up of family companies over 200 years old.
 Mellerio family At one time, the family owned the Pavilon de Musique in Versailles, built for Princess Marie Joséphine of Savoy.
 Jean-François Mellerio (1815-1896) opened a branch in Madrid in 1850 from which he supplied customers including Queen Isabella II and the future Empress Eugenie of France.
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