Raviolo & Gardino
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This firm took over the Cravanzola shop, and continued under the same address under the control of Luigi Raviolo and Enrico Gardino. They were the purveyors to the Royal House and made all the Royal Italian Orders. In 1928, Raviolo left the company and the name was changed to Ditta Cravanzola, E Gardino Successori. They then became purveyors of the Royal Court. After 1948, they made orders of the Italian Republic and by the 1970s were located at Via Corso 340-341. This firm is known to have made orders from all over the world including the Guatemalan Order of Quetzal, the Egyptian Order of Ismail and the Afghan Order of Independence.