for goldsmithing was the fundamental element that brought Piano Adriano to acquire, in 1973, the artisan workshop of Goldsmith Master, Alcide Poncelletti, from whom the refined techniques of the trade were learned.
The dedication to the profession and the experience gained over the years made it possible to acquire broad knowledge of all the necessary procedures to package precious ornaments made by hand, from the raw metal to the finished product, without the use of lost-wax casting fusion, a technique that grants the jewels created the prestige of being unique and impossible to repeat.
This is the characteristic trait to which today the Piano company wants to give absolute priority, without excluding however the concept of workmanship, despite being able to conceive more technological processes, from the creation of prototypes to series production when requested.
In 1999 Marco Piano, the son, joined the company, following and maintaining the philosophy of his father.
Today a Piano jewel is guarantee of artisan excellence: tradition in the workmanship, innovation in its conception.