“Basically, if the game is to transform a gold ingot into a sheet of gold leaf as light as a mosquito, then they’re the best in the world at that game.”
Alessandro Baricco, writer, in “La Repubblica”, 2003
Based in Florence, Italy, Giusto Manetti Battiloro is a family company running the gold leaf business since 1600.
Over the centuries, fifteen generations of Manetti have accompanied and sometimes even anticipated the evolution of production processes for the transformation of ingot into leaf.
Created in 1820, Giusto Manetti Battiloro trademark is an ambassadors throughout the world of a remarkable tradition and the finest Italian craftsmanship’s sheer capacity for innovation.
From Paris to New York, from Moscow, to Dubai, and Hong Kong, Manetti gold leaves make Made in Italy shine on the most important monuments and buildings all over the world.
All of the gold and silver leaf production and packaging stages are carried out at the new headquarters, which occupies an area of 8000 square metres in the Campi Bisenzio (Florence), just a few kilometres from where the company’s extraordinary history began back in the Reinassance.
Operational since January 7, 2013, the plant was designed according to the philosophy of total quality management, in order to ensure exceptional and flexible customer service, to expand the range of custom solutions, to always guarantee top quality products, to optimize production times, and to ensure the well-being of the workers.
The company’s extraordinary know-how, obtained through constant investments in research and development, is protected by numerous patents.
The assurance of quality is also guaranteed worldwide by registered trademarks linked to the corporate identity and specific product lines: “Giusto Manetti Battiloro”, “GMB 1820 Giusto Manetti Battiloro”, “Fabbrica di oro e argento in foglia”, “Gold Chef” (edible gold), “Beauty Gold” (cosmetic gold) and “TERRAORO” (dedicated to the world’s of architecture and design).
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