The Dutch jewelry company Ermani Bulatti was created by the father Herman Tiggeler and his son Maurice Tiggeler and was formerly known as Accessa BV.
In 1984 it was renamed Ermani Bulatti.
About 15 people worked in the company: designers, jewelers, managers. The company’s jewelry was sold all over the world, brooches and clips of unusual design were especially popular. Jewelry was made by hand with well-designed details, sold with a certificate.
The main metals for the production of jewelry were bronze and tompak (a copper alloy containing 10-12% zinc, the external properties are very similar to gold). Various materials were used – mother-of-pearl, freshwater pearls, Swarovski pearls, crystal rhinestones, natural bone, glass, silk, wood, semi-precious stones.
Two collections of jewelry were produced per year, each collection had up to 160 jewelry. The circulation of popular specimens was produced no more than a thousand pieces, so Ermani Bulatti jewelry is quite rare and expensive in our time.
Ermani Bulatti marking with copyright sign.