How did a passionate traditional jeweller get ahead of its time?

The GRAM culture was born way back in the 1970’s by George Tabone,

Over the years GRAM grew its product portfolio and expertise

GRAM has today become a point of reference within the jewellery sphere, with 40 years of jewellery experience under its beltIn

2020/21 GRAM redefined its online strategy using technology and all sorts of digital platform 7 days a week

Gram Collections

Gram collections has today become a point of reference within the jewellery sphere, with forty years of jewellery experience under its belt as well as its very seasoned digital international team which is available to its customers 7 days a week through the Gram website, Instagram and Facebook.

always with very good offers and good quality items. thank you Gram Collection team and management for always solving my problems.
Susan Mifsud
Very helpful staff and with special great offers on the island.
Cilla Anton Baldacchino
I highly recommend Gram jewelers ,we are getting on the 1/10/2021 and he helped us straightaway without any excuses.
He did our wedding rings how we wanted without any excuse.
Thanks a lot♥️🙏
Marilyn Caruana
Very helpful upon arrival and professional service, apart from having topend products with fantastic prices
Adrian Caruana
Gram Collections very good service and very good prices.
Hector Dalli
Thank you Gram, I order online and the website is very easy to use, the delivery was fast too. Very happy. Highly recommended. 🙂
Excellent online service. Recently, I bought a pair of earrings and it was delivered within two days. Very efficient 👏
Kylie Barbara

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Maltese Filigree

Maltese Filigree

The delicate art of filigree was introduced in Malta and all over the Mediterranean and beyond by the Phoenicians but its charm and prestige may have been somewhat lost over the centuries. Maltese filigree is most often associated with jewellery items such as pins, earrings and pendants featuring the eight-pointed cross that tourists would mostly purchase as a souvenir or gift. However, today’s artisans are weaving more modern and exquisite pieces with those fine threads of silver and gold.

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Evil eye pendant and the meaning behind it

Evil eye pendant and the meaning behind it

As weird as it may seem the evil eye (L-Ghajn) is commonly accepted as ‘a fact’ –The common belief is that a person can place a curse on you just by looking your way. In Malta (and in Italy) it is believed that making the sign of the Qrun (direct translation is a bull’s horn) will deflect such evil. The Qrun is done when you point your index finger and your little finger, and it is considered permissible to do such a sign behind your back to ward off any evil.

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