Caring for your jewelry


To make your jewelry last and always look great, certain care should be taken in the wearing, cleaning and storing of each single piece.

Take off your jewelry when:

-Cleaning the house or using harsh chemicals

-Putting on lotions, perfumes, shaving cream or other beauty products

-Doing laundry

-Bathing and showering

-Using swimming pools and spas


How to clean your fine jewelry


Some very delicate pieces may need the special care of a professional jeweler, but some other pieces can certainly be cleaned by you in a gentle way using mild soap and water to rinse. Remember to always dry your jewelry pieces with a soft cloth. Water can leave residual stains on your precious metal.

For some less delicate and more soiled jewelry, you might use an old soft toothbrush with a little amount of toothpaste. Brush gently, rinse and dry.


Other kind of jewelry and fashion jewelry


Jewelry cement might be used for certain jewelry, so special precaution should be taken when cleaning this kind of pieces and it's always a good idea to use some common sense.

Wipe with a damp cloth and dry with a soft one. Avoid soaking in water!

Always store your jewelry in their boxes to prevent oxidation and other problems!

The new line is almost ready - Stilosissima 925 M


The result of a collaboration between my talented  friend Leslie Biasi and I is going to be called Stilosissima 925 M -

M stands for micro mosaic.

Every piece in Sterling Silver with a modern micro mosaic will feature images of our beautiful  California views. We are planning of making rings, pendants, earrings and bracelets. Each one will have the name of some of our gorgeous California locations with different color palettes to choose from.

This is the preview of the new collection:

Stilosissima 925 M 

Collaboration between Isabella Cascio Greggio and Leslie Biasi.

The New Bracelet   Personalized Sterling Silver 925 and 14 K Gold

The New Bracelet Personalized Sterling Silver 925 and 14 K Gold

I would like to present the New Bracelet.

This bracelet was created for a special person I know. A great musician, mentor, professor, composer, a wonderful human being.  I am talking about Jazz Trumpet Player   GilbertCastellanos
This bracelet was an idea to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Young Lions Jazz Concervatory (YLJC) founded by its artistic director, jazz trumpet virtuoso Gilbert Castellanos.