MILAN — Treating carats and stones like fine cashmere and sequins has been the modus operandi at Pomellato since Francesco Minoli joined the high-end Italian goldsmith in July 1999 as chief executive.

Minoli has made it a priority to steer the company back to its heritage of colorful semiprecious stones set in 18-karat gold for everyday use. And his efforts seem to be paying off, as the company has achieved double-digit sales growth in recent years.

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