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To agree the pictorial needs to the decorative and space needs is my wish, give to the artists freedom as long as in harmony with the style and destination of the space.

A. Curri 1848-1916

Anima San Gregorio Armeno

Anima San Gregorio Armeno

The decoration of this core is inspired by the gibbs surrounds of San Gregorio Armeno church in Naples (XVI century).

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Inspired by the architect Antonio Curri (1848 – 1916), it takes the shape of the previous Alvino model, but with a smaller caliber. But if Alvino was the creator of a gallery under Monte Echia, Curri designed instead the Galleria Umberto I, adorned with stuccoes, sculptures and marbles and separated from the sky by a light iron and glass roof. Two different galleries but designed by architects who shared the use of iron and glass and a combative soul, following the uprisings of 1848 (Alvino) and the garibaldini (Curri).


The Curri model is for determined and a bit rebellious people, with a combative character but beauty lovers with attention to detail. Strong personalities but willing to compare themselves with others to have a wide vision and increase the panorama of possibilities.


FRONT FRAME: L Large and rectangular, with strong lines, the only exception to the severe geometry is the key bridge that creates an interesting contrast. The clear milling in the upper part reinforces the modern cut of this model.

TEMPLES: Model – “sail” – takes its name from the shape that resembles a rudder tiller. The earpiece temple tip is pierced with an “o” of the Good’s brand.

ANIMA (CORE): visible from outside, silver or gold color, it reproduces the fluted pilasters of the Church of San Martino Charterhouse in Naples. (XVII sec.).


  • 100% handmade in Italy
  • Mazzucchelli M49 bio-acetate, polished by hand
  • Details are all milled and manufactured by hand, through 60 processing steps
  • Metal front rivet, silver or gold color reproduce the apostrophe taken from the Good’s logo
  • Anima (core) in metal, forged with a specific three-dimensional mold and inserted by hand in the temple
  • Nosepad pronounced for a better fit