The Ghirelli brand creates unique and exclusive creations, bringing the essence of the term, "Made in Italy", to reality; a brand that has kept its independence and its philosophy, while focusing on its Italian character of true elegance.
Ghirelli lays its foundations on essential values in which we continue to believe: the respect and promotion of the work ethic. A commitment in line with the spirit and the principles that come from our Catholic Faith, shared by the family and the company staff, who put first and at the center of each choice, the person and his or her dignity.
A unique concept that has led us to achieve extraordinary goals, with projects where Ghirelli has expressed its creativity to clients who are synonymous with the art world, thus earning prestigious awards.
From these words you will discover our creative commitment for you. You will recognize immediately our love for the Rosary by the unmistakable style that characterizes each single detail.
The beauty, the inspiration and the harmony are the stylistic imprints of Ghirelli Rosaries.
Experience Alessandro and Cinzia's vision and inspiration.
Every single detail of our creations aims to aesthetic perfection – to make alive the mystery they contemplate. Hence, the expression of a Savoir Faire – an “Expertise” – that has become a point of strength and a point of recognition of our brand on the international level.
Rosaries that are not only created with the best raw materials but also undergo countless quality checks, as we manufacture items that should last forever. Yes, quality is a key value for us.
A Ghirelli masterpiece is created to elevate the heart, admired, secured and provided by a gesture of love – generating an unforgettable and timeless emotion.
Alessandro & Cinzia Ghirelli
We want to create an indissoluble union between the message and rosary: the rosary for us is not simply an object but a creative act; a real jewel created as an indispensable tool for meditation and prayer. For this reason we decided to sign our creations with a simple but concrete gesture in order to assert its originality and protect you from counterfeit imitations, which continue to increase in the marketplace.
“In order to communicate the message entrusted to her by Christ, the Church needs art. Art must make perceptible, and as far as possible attractive, the world of the spirit, of the invisible, of God.”
“People of today and tomorrow need this enthusiasm if they are to meet and master the crucial challenges which stand before us. Thanks to this enthusiasm, humanity, every time it loses its way, will be able to lift itself up and set out again on the right path. In this sense it has been said with profound insight that “beauty will save the world” (Dostoevsky).
Letter to Artists, 1999, St. John Paul II