Louro and Sons Jewellers has been providing design and craftsmanship to their clients since 1986. Their unique creations and attention to detail has made them an award-winning company. Experts at what they do, Louro’s knowledge of gems and metals comes from many generations of metallurgists in their family. Since 1551 the Louro family’s name has been synonymous with the artistry of metal works transitioning into fine jewellery design.
Kyle is following in the Louro family tradition of artistry and design. He is in the first year of the Jewellery Arts program at George Brown College. He is also apprenticing with Tibor Szucs, as well as his work with Louis Louro at Louro and Sons Jewellers. Kyle’s passion is design and creating jewellery out of a concept.
Bich has been with Louro and Sons Jewellers for three years, however, she’s been in the jewellery industry for over fifteen. Along with her managerial experience, Bich is a talented engraver. When asked what the likes best about the jewellery industry and working at Louro and Sons Jewellers, she responds without hesitation, “I enjoy meeting interesting people who have an appreciation for the varied craftsmanship of fine jewellery.”
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Marie has been with Louro and Sons Jewellers for over ten years, working mainly from home while raising her and Louis’ four children. Before her career at Louro and Sons Jewellers she was with Cadbury. Marie believes the transition from chocolates to jewellery made sense. “Both are luxurious and bring much pleasure to the consumer, except jewellery lasts forever.”