From a goldsmith laboratory to a semi-finished
products industry: a journey of excellence
40 Years Old History
In the ’70s
Dario Micheli and Marcello Parri found the first company, which then developed into Quadrifoglio S.p.A., in the province of Arezzo.
Late ’70s, early ’80s
From a small goldsmith laboratory, Quadrifoglio turns into a real company. In December 1984, the headquarters and the factory move to the industrial area of Castiglion Fiorentino.
In the ’80s
The two founding partners decide to look forward, getting state-of-the-art machinery and, most of all, hiring designers who can best satisfy both the general trends of the market and the requests of their clients.
This forward-looking vision allows them to grow out of the small laboratory philosophy, while keeping its know-how and quality.
In the ’90s
Other highly specialized new companies flank the first one, “Il Quadrifoglio”: a company for the manufacturing of chains (which are still among the most requested products), a company that produces machinery for the gold manufacturing sector and another company specialized in the trade of precious-metal semi-finished products abroad.
From 2000 to today
Quadrifoglio SpA is created in 2001, when those four companies merge into one single enterprise that can satisfy the needs of a more and more demanding market, which includes not only the gold manufacturing companies from Arezzo but also a competitive market worldwide.
The company inherits the know-how of its previous experiences and this is what still makes it one of a kind: in fact, it can produce or modify in-house the machinery used to guarantee quality results and to turn into reality its clients’ requests, customizing upon request the jewellery components produced. In a more and more standardized market, producing one’s own technology turned out to be a winning strategy to satisfy the needs of uniqueness of the clients.
Thanks to the use of state-of-the-art-machinery and to highly qualified employees, Quadrifoglio can also serve different sectors from the jewellery and goldsmith sectors, including fashion’s big brands.