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The House of Paul Morelli

Designed in America since 1981

In the late 70’s, the family’s heir apparent Paul Morelli

followed his passion for art, intricate detail, fine jewels and metallurgy and

transformed the family operation into a fine jewelry business. Indeed, The Fine

Jewelry House of Paul Morelli presently still operates in the same building where

the Morelli family’s cultural influence dates back over a century.

under creative director Paul Morelli, designs and creates a unique and broad range of luxury fine jewelry from made-to-order, to timeless classics, to signature pieces reflecting current influences. Under Paul's discerning eye for detail, pieces continue to be brought to life through collaborative expertise in handcraftmanship and modern technology by teams of craftsmen at the House of Morelli. The Morelli family maintains control over the production of every piece of jewelry, ensuring that each piece meets the family’s exacting standards and only then is certified with the Paul Morelli name.


The Journey

From Inspiration to High Jewelry

Each Paul Morelli original design begins with an inspired idea. Culled from Paul’s rich imagination, from concept to finished piece, each step in the process takes place under The Morelli family’s discerning eye for detail, in the company’s design and manufacturing atelier in Philadelphia. The House of Paul Morelli consists of teams of artisans and craftsman who bring Paul’s ideas to physical life with collaborative expertise in hand craftsmanship and modern technology. Each Paul Morelli piece of jewelry is made by hand in the US, one at a time.


All Morelli designs are born from the original hand-made casts at the Morelli atelier. Each piece is hand finished and meticulously scrutinized for details. The hand finishing process includes the pouring of precious metals, assembly, pre polish, stones setting, and final polish.

The completed piece is reviewed by department heads and Paul, any slight imperfections will send the piece back into any number of refinement stages, including melting it back to its source materials.