Andreoli fine jewelry is conceived, designed, and meticulously crafted at its factory headquarters in Valenza, Italy – a global fine jewelry center and a city that carries on Italy’s centuries’-old tradition of opulence and consummate style. The company now calls New York City home, operating from its Rockefeller Center headquarters, a stone’s throw from the industry-renowned Diamond District. Andreoli is praised for its bold designs and thorough craftsmanship – both marks of its proud Italian heritage and American sensibility.
The Andreoli journey commenced in Italy in 1945, when the Hadjibay family began to amass loose precious gems, setting themselves apart as a leading purveyor in the region. The Andreoli name became known across Europe for vibrantly colored, top quality gems. By 1975, patriarch Jack Hadjibay – the descendant of generations of gem dealers – evolved the company’s focus to intricate fine jewelry. Their pieces would go on to be commissioned by royalty around the world.
Today, that legacy continues.
Andreoli blends diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires with unusual and eclectic stones like pearls, coral, and turquoise to yield dazzling, unique pieces. The team at Andreoli, under the direction of head jeweler Caroline Hadjibay, holds luxury as the core tenet of the brand. While Caroline leads the effort to expand the company’s U.S. presence, Jack remains the design and innovation backbone. They constantly seek fresh inspiration, techniques, materials, and motifs, using eye-catching enamel, precious metals, and semi-precious stones; in addition to traditional gold and platinum settings, the house offers a limited selection of pieces made with lightweight and durable titanium. Their masterful combination of these materials, along with unmatched design elements, never fails to draw eyes and make a statement.